Mom Loves 2 Read: Coming Home for Christmas DVD family movie & Norman Rockwell Print - Review and GIVEAWAY ~ Holiday Gift Guide 2013

Nov 23, 2013

Coming Home for Christmas DVD family movie & Norman Rockwell Print - Review and GIVEAWAY ~ Holiday Gift Guide 2013

About the Movie:
Sisters Kate and Melanie haven't spoken to each other in years, since a hurtful scene at Melanie's wedding. Their parents, Wendy and Al, have let the pain of their daughters' absence drive a wedge between them, and their tensions have led to a separation.

Kate is determined to reunite the entire family for Christmas, and has the perfect spot . . . their old family home.  The only problem is there's someone else living there now.

"Home is Where the Heart Is"


Watch the Trailer:


My Review:
This is a TV special turned DVD type movie.  It is a heartwarming story of how a family can fall apart with misunderstandings, stress and hurt feelings.  After years of family strife, one young woman decides that she has had enough and her family needs to be together - for Christmas - in their old family  home.  Unfortunately that home is currently occupied by a handsome, single guy - Mike.  As Kate explains to Mike how she plans to get her family back together using their, uh . . . his house, the two start to get to know one another and sparks fly.
This movie is one that is safe and fun for the entire family to watch together.  My children enjoyed many parts of it and my husband and I had the opportunity to explain to them more about the importance of family, communication, forgiveness and love.  It is a wonderful Holiday DVD that will remain a new part of our Holiday Family Together Times.

This DVD also includes a limited edition Normal Rockwell Print - the perfect size to hang up with all the Christmas Cards!

Does this sound like a movie you and your family might enjoy?  Then feel free to enter below for a chance to WIN a copy right here on Mom Loves 2 Read.  Open to US/Canada - must be 18 or older to enter/win.


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13 comments :

  1. We have chinese food on Christmas (we're Jewish).- Tara Berke Torres

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    1. That sounds like fun - do you have any special traditions around the Holiday Season? I'd love to hear about them!

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  2. WE LOVE THE HOME ALONE MOVIES. Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  3. WE OPEN OUR GIFTS ON CHRISTMAS EVE. MY DAD WAS A FARMER WHEN WE WERE YOUNG AND HAD TO GET UP EARLY TO MILK THE COWS. WE HAVE CARRIED ON THAT TRADITION. Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  4. My favorite movie that I think is great for the whole family is " A Christmas Story".

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  5. Our tradition is to open 1 present on Christmas eve, which is always pajamas and cocoa and watch a ton of holiday movies.

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  6. Eating take out pizza & opening presents on Christmas Eve:)
    melly66(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  7. Santa Claus is Coming to Town:)
    melly66(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  8. We spend a day baking cookies together!

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  9. A favorite family movie I like is Miracle on 34th street. Very good!
    Maxie Anderson

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  10. A family tradition that we do and I love is that all of my kids, grands, and greats gather at one house or another on Christmas for our Christmas dinner and to open our gifts. Such fun to be with all of my big and still growing family.
    Maxie Anderson

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