Monday, December 2, 2013


Want to stop your child from pouting?  Then don't suppress it.  Let him express it!  

Everyone wants to be heard and have their feelings matter and kids are no exception. With Golly Gee-pers pouting posters kids are encouraged to express their feelings through creativity.  Have your child tell you why he or she is unhappy in a picture or a story.   You'll be surprised at the healing effect.  It might even result in a meaningful conversation instead of coal for Christmas. 

freebie pouting posters at 

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Table Manners Cards earns a gold award from Mom's Choice Awards!

Golly Gee-pers is tremendously honored to have just received a gold award from the prestigious Mom’s Choice Awards organization for our game, Table Manners Cards ( ) .  It was deemed “among the best family friendly products” in the toys and games category.   Thank you to MCA and the families who tested our product!  

Mom’s Choice Awards’ mission is to help families grow emotionally, physically and spiritually.  If you are a parent or educator and would like more information about Mom’s Choice Awards, honored products or their magazine, Entro please go to

Sunday, March 17, 2013



Paul Minton from Wales won our limerick contest for being clever AND staying on topic. Congratulations!

Here is his limerick:

A collier, who thought himself fine,
Would not go to the back of a line:
He pushed into the queue,
With no please or thank you,

 But it turned out it was all in his mine.


Sunday, February 10, 2013

Submit your limerick to win a prize and promote civility and kindness!



Whether you are Irish, have a wee bit of Irish blood, like the color green or simply like to create limericks, we want to hear from you!

Create a limerick about civility, kindness or manners and the best one will win a set of our award winning Table Manners Cards along with an official Golly Gee-pers award certificate.  To view the prize go to:   The winning limerick will be posted on our blog,  Facebook page and twitter on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2013. 

To submit your entry:
    1. Add it to the comments section below or
    2. E-mail it to us at or
    3. Post it on our Facebook page:

Deadline for entries is March 15th.

Just to get the limerick ball rolling I offer one of my own:

 There once was a guy who was rude
 He put everyone in a bad mood
 When he shoved in the lines and talked all the time
 While he ate so we saw what he chewed.