Family Game Night Giveaway

Family Game Night Giveaway!

The COVID-19 Virus has turned all our lives upside down and inside out. The hardest part is not being able to gather with our families and have a little fun. Our household is down to Mr. Dollycas, Daughter #2, and Me. The older kids that live away from home do drop by to help with some household tasks and bring the grands to visit but our Family Fun Days and Family Game Nights are all on hold. I am a little jealous of those of you that are self-sheltering with your whole or majority of your family but understand that you have your hand’s full juggling homeschooling and work, either at home or as an essential employee at work. You also need to find ways to inject a little fun into this extremely trying situation.

So What Are You Doing For Fun?

Are you playing board games? Doing puzzles? Playing cards? Binge-watching television series? Movie nights? Reading? Drinking wine? Teaching your dog new tricks?

Over Christmastime, we were introduced to a game.

LCR® Left Center Right™ Dice Game

This is a great family game that can be played with chips or coins. The box states 3 players but to add more players just add more chips or coins. Our family usually plays with quarters, everyone brings their own, which they keep and add or subtract from each time we play. We have had a table full of 8 -12, or more people, or played with as few as 3-4, but more people usually means more fun. Also, kids as young as 5 can play along. I am looking forward to group gathering as soon as the crisis passes.

From Amazon – LCR Left Center Right is a fun, fast-paced dice game that you won’t be able to put down! Each game includes 3 specialty marked LCR dice, 24 playing chips and instructions. Players roll the dice to determine where they pass their chips. The last player with chips is the winner and wins the center pot.

I would love to share this game with 1 family!

To enter leave a comment telling me what you are doing for fun in this crisis.

Then Click Here to fill out the form with your address. 

Bonus Entries Are Available Too!

I will randomly select 1 winner.

The prize will be sent directly from Amazon.

Sorry U.S. Only.

Contest Will End April 18, 2020, at 11:59 PM CST
Winner Will Be Chosen By Random.org
Winner Will Be Notified By Email
and Will Be Posted Here In The Sidebar.

GOOD LUCK!

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30 thoughts on “Family Game Night Giveaway

  1. I have been on relying on TV, IPad, Prayers and Snacks (TIPS) Thanks for the giveaway.💕💋

  2. Family Game Night is a great way for families to bond! We had many, many Game Nights with our kids while they were growing up, and they have carried on the tradition. In fact, they are continuing Game Nights — virtually! — through this pandemic. I guess they found an app for that, and schedule a to each week. As for me, I am reading and sewing, but I really should dig out a two player game for hubby and me!

  3. While my husband is not much of a gamer, we both love to read, so we spend many an evening each reading our own books. I love to play a 2-deck solitaire, work jigsaw and crossword puzzles, and watch Wheel of Fortune. When my daughter and her beau come over, we sometimes play games since she has always been an avid gamer.

  4. I still am required to go to work (nursing home) so that’s how I spend most of the day. After work I’m reading, watching tv, crocheting, playing with my cat, or doing puzzles.

  5. I’m reading, knitting/crocheting, doing Sudoku and word games, sitting on the patio watching the wildbirds, and playing with my kitty.

  6. It has been a family tradition for decades. From great Grandparents on down to reserve Friday nights for family time. When a kid it was adults playing cards, since my uncle, paternal grandparents lived fairly close. For us kids it was board games, Yahtzee, or something similar. When I married and moved away. It was just the immediate family until my boys hit their teens. A couple of their friends who had little in the way of family life, joined in with us. With my sons elsewhere and my hubby dead. I have only my daughter nearby. We still have Friday night family game night. But with the COVID-19. We are doing what we have been saying we want to do for the past 15 years or so. We are going through all the stuff stored here. My place is big so my sister and my sons stored their stuff here. And since none of them have expressed interest in their stuff over the years (we have asked them to get their stuff) we discussed whether to have a garage sale or just donate. We are going through stuff and placing in big boxes. One marked sentimental, not sure. One marked, donate. One marked, keep. Our goal is to get rid of what we do not use. (except books, records)
    With the videos we are checking to see which ones we really like. The rest go. So a major clean up. Not going as fast as we thought. We spend to much time laughing, reminiscing about things.

  7. I’ve been working on our family tree. Trying to scan pictures and match the dates with census forms and other information.

  8. I’m doing the same thing I always do since I’m retired and care for my husband. The only difference is that I don’t go to the store for one or two items to get out of the house, but at least the weather is getting better so I can get my walking in, except for today, it’s raining, and tomorrow, it’s supposed to snow, around 4 1/2 inches!

    wfnren at aol dot com

  9. Hubby and I both love photography and nature. Thankfully we live on a small acreage right outside of town where we are visited daily by many critters. Now with spring there are a lot of birds that are migrating through as well. During the day time and with our warmer weather, we have been sitting on the front porch trying to capture what the eye sees with our cameras. Evening after supper, we are checking out our photos from the day showing each other what we got. Then we love to read and do crossword puzzles. We have played chess and some card games as well.

    Thank you for the opportunity to win a new to me game that I’m sure is loads of fun!
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

  10. I’m working at a SNF on the night shift full-time as an essential person (RN). When I’m home with family, we spend the time cooking, baking, watching tv, binge-watching movies on Netflix or Amazon.

  11. I look after my 2 grandsons, 6 & 8 everyday all day but the evenings and weekends I read, walk, and watch movies.

  12. Family Game night is a great idea especially now days. What am I doing for fun in this crisis? I am doing a lot of things for fun to keep my sanity and they are: Writing poems and books for fun, Watching reruns of TV shows, Ordering graduation gifts for my nieces, reading, playing small version of Tic Tac Toe, Helping my Dad outside the house, Cuddling with my Cat, Visiting with my youngest sister and talking to her, Blogging, following authors on their sites. I also read Bible verses to help get through. I write in my journal for fun. I play Solitaire.
    I do hope I win because I live with my parents and we could play this game along with any other games we might play. This would be a great change of pace and something different to play.
    Hope I Win

  13. Well I have been doing a lot of reading. Bingeing many different shows. Playing the card game tunk (or called 31).

  14. Checking to see if I can leave a comment about loving reading & my cat since i seem to always get “duplicate” comment.

  15. We seem to be in a constant state of recovering 🙁 can’t shake this
    Reading, knitting for gifts while husband clicks for British,Australian series of movies. He enjoys
    Cooking so he spends time doing that. We play cribbage or 500 or gin rummy, we have a few
    with special needs and husband is recovering from cancer treatment. So we are just being low
    key. They get out with the furchild ( “‘) (“” )
    Yes, that’s it.
    Blessings to each of you stay safe & good health to you

    Kathy levernier
    Gkathgoldin@yahoo.com

  16. I am knitting and reading to keep occupied. Are those fun? Yes, of course! But I have to admit, these days I definitely find it more difficult to focus! The highlight of my days is my evening video chat with our granddaughters…haven’t seen them in over 5 weeks. Miss our twice weekly family dinners with everyone and look forward to being able to do that again. We enjoy games after dinner as well!

  17. We have been having bone fires on warm days and doing crafts using our cricut on cooler days

  18. Reading 📚 walking the dog and babysitting my granddaughter Bellemere monopoly too Thank you for the chance I would appreciate winning that game.

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