Friday, March 11, 2011

(UPDATED!!) Mod Tots Give-Away!

First, a big thanks to everyone who commented and to our insanely awesome, funny and talented pals at ModTots.  Next weekend's give-away is from Naughty Betty (you can feel free to click, it's not porn or anything).

And the winner is......

Laurie who suggested: "How about Ducky duck-duck? Or Steve." And suggested it last night 3:32 AM. Nice. 
Shoot us an email at lydia.and.kate@rantsfrommommyland.com to claim your prize!

xo, K & L

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Last month we asked how everybody felt about give-aways.  Most people were totally delighted at the idea of winning free stuff.  Some people weren't into it and that's just fine. We're going to try running some give-aways over the next few weekends so people who don't want to deal with it can simply ignore it if they want to.

Here's what we're giving away:
An original piece of amazing art from ModTots.  The brilliant minds behind Mod Tots are the same folks at Modern Bird Studios.  In addition to creating incredible art work, they are family and a team that are so cool and funny and talented that we feel sort of honored that they let us hang out with them.

To see more of their work, click here.

They sent me a piece of art and it looks like this (except its a lot more awesome when you see in person):


I hung it over my two year old's crib.  Mini is kind of a handful on the best of days, but the day this thing showed up at our house she lost her damn mind.  "DAT MINE!" and "Dat's me a little duck!" (yes, she thinks its a picture of her) were quickly followed by her naming it (Ducky MoMo - after a particularly awesome episode of Phinneas and Ferb) and insisting that every time someone enters our house, including every single evening when her dad comes home from work, that she show them her picture.  She leads them into her room and then screams: "LOOKA MY DUCK! TAAA DAAA!"
Here's the dealio:
  • Winner gets a $100 gift certificate to ModTots, which is totally enough to get the awesome duck, or any other woodland creature or waterfowl...possibly a rodent, if you're so inclined. We'll pick a random winner Sunday night and you can work with ModTots to decide what you want!
  • You can enter once a day starting now through Sunday night. So basically you can enter three times if you want. Leave us a comment telling us what you would have named this duck. Please make it extra random.
  • Make sure your comments are not anonymous - please leave an email or URL or something so we can contact you.
  • Open to US and Canada. No previous winners are eligible to enter.
  • WOOT! For people who didn't win, you still have an awesome chance to have a ModTot piece of art...with a little Coupon (it's Cap'n approved). 10% discount on any purchase! Just enter MOMMYLANDRANTS as a coupon code. This offer expires one week AFTER the giveaway ends (3/20/11)
  • A fun little fact is that the first person to purchase a specific ModTot design gets to name it after his/her kid, provide a couple sentences of description and a link to their blog, if they'd like. Here is an example of a design that has already had a first purchaser, Harrison the Fox  (Check the 2nd paragraph in the description.)
As we promised, there's no obligation to "like" ModTots on Facebook or follow them on Twitter, but seriously - these guys are insanely awesome.  We follow them and like them because they are total rockstars and really, really nice people who also happen to be hilariously funny.  And to our fellow internet dorks - these guys do social media better than just about anybody.  So if you wanna check them out, please do!

xoxo Kate and Lydia

(c)Herding Turtles, Inc. 2009 - 2011

170 comments:

  1. Butch, I'd name the duck Butch.
    No idea why, it just came to me.
    It's probably the booze and the pills.

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  2. Lucy.

    I always wanted a little duck named Lucy. She'd follow me around everywhere, and have a bathtub just for her, and a little pond in the back yard. And she'd be litterbox trained. And extra fuzzy.

    Completely irrelevant I'm sure, but I don't think I've ever been within 10 feet of a duck in real life...

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  3. YAY! I got the 1st post. PICK ME! PICK ME! I want an awsome duck for my KIDS TOOOOOO!

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  4. If I were naming it for me it would be Whuck the duck. My daughter decided to call it a noise similar to a tweet. And my husband chose gertrude the duck. So there you have it. :)
    Whuck, tweet noise thingy, gertrude the duck. Hmmmm... That's a bit long winded.

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  5. I would name the duck Dunningham the Duck!

    -Joy

    www.monkeeandthebee.blogspot.com
    www.facebook.com/hippiehater1

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  6. As we have 3 names that everything in our house gets named, this will work out perfectly!

    "Bunny"

    Underwater9800 at gmail.com

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  7. There is no way I am really the first! But so be it! I would name the duck: Wingate.
    That is my son's name and definitely different!

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  8. Dr. Phil....because he's a quack! I find this funny, but it could be the cold medicine talking....

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  9. jooleybaby@yahoo.comMarch 11, 2011 at 8:35 PM

    Huggingsford

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  10. Bob the duck - because they are synonyms!

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  11. Ferd. It was our favorite made-up name in childhood. :)

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  12. Edison ~ it looks like a smart duck!

    bamagv at aol dot com

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  13. I'd name the duck "Animal Quackers".

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  14. I posted the name "Vincent Van Quack" and forgot to give you my e mail... it is
    mpalmer0224@gmail.com

    ugh. need. more. sleep.

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  15. I do like Zaraphel's idea, but I'd name it Monica, after my friend who knows everything. Because that duck has that kind of look on it's face. Like it can tell if someone is telling the truth or not. Look out.

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  16. I'd name him Lars.

    Beth

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  17. My son would have named him BOCK BOCK - because apparently all birds sound like chickens! :)
    familyandlifeinlv(at)gmail(dot)com

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  18. OMG I would totally name it Chúntefio! My baby brother named a whole flock of ducks that live on a pond near the house that and I thought it was to most hilrious name (for a duck) ever!

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  19. Chauncy. thats a kickin name fyi.

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  20. 2beak - really, look at his hair-feathers, they look like a second beak!!!

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  21. I asked my 5 year old son and he said Yoda. Yeah, Star Wars is my life!!

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  22. I'd name him Chuck Cluck, the Awesome Duck!


    ...cause he just IS!

    Karin Bell
    kpbell3@gmail.com

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  23. Miranda (my 4 year old) says we should name the duck Elephant. mistymcarver@yahoo.com

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  24. I think that duck looks like he would be a "Fluffy". There you go...;-)

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  25. The duck looks french to me. Let's name her...Amélie.

    greycoral@gmail.com

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  26. I'd name him duck. Simply that. I'm a huge fan of Friends (may that show RIP) and Chandler and Joey had the chick and the duck, and, well, I need a duck too. ;)
    jessicakates419@gmail.com

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  27. I was the one that said Delaney the Duck. I also forgot my email.

    tajs@rtmc.net

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  28. I would name the duck "Howard" after the oh-so-awesome 80's movie Howard the Duck. :)

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  29. Hank!

    hayley watts at comcast dot net

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  30. I'd name the duck Jamal (look up on you tube The 5th Avocado video). :)

    changingtheuniverse at gmail dot com

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  31. Morrison von Tapper
    kathylsanderson@gmail.com

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  32. Cecile the Duck would rock my 3 year old's new digs!

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  33. Pico as in Pico de Ducko. He likes Mexican food. I can tell.

    little.miss.issues at gmail dot com

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  34. if it were up to my daughter she would name it ducky. (she's oh so original when naming animals. lol) But I think I would name her Percy. It looks like a Percy.

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  35. I would name him "What the Duck!"

    retsullivan at gmail dot com

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  36. You should name the duck Captain Bedfellows.

    And I love ModTots. They rock.

    meggeydoodle at gmail dot com

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  37. I would name him Squiggles, because that's what I call my daughter who just started making duck sounds today.

    samanthamaelove1 @ gmail. com

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  38. I totally would have named it Ducky Momo too! I just saw that episode for the first time yesterday. :D But Missus Fiddlequacks is also a good name.

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  39. Dead Duckie.
    I rescued a little duck, Melvin, in my 20s after it imprinted on me. I kept him in my bathtub and a 55 gallon aquarium tank when he wasn't swimming in the apt complex pool with us. I fed him oatmeal, he made a total mess every time but thoroughly enjoyed himself. I took him back to the park to see if another duck family would take him but he kept coming back to me. Finally, I found a wild bird rescue place an hour away from my apt. Drove him there and sadly said goodbye. I called two days later to check on him because I missed him and was told that he died due to lack of sunlight in his formative weeks. I cried and felt awful, my boyfriend (now hubby) comforted me and coined the phrase "duckies die". Now, anytime something horrible happens to a pet or animal we say "duckies die".
    kellyn.nahas@comcast.net

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  40. Groing, in honor of my word verification

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  41. I asked my 2 yr old evil genius cupcaked baked by the devil what this duck's name was. She says his name is Piper Cogs. Yeah I don't know either......

    aliciajill@gmail DOT com

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  42. Chloe is what I'd name it. Reason: My little Chloe *caught* a duck in a parking lot one day. To pet the duck. Never in my life did I think I'd yell the words, "PUT THE DUCK DOWN!" And then we went back inside to get hands washed. No, I'm not sure if the duck or I was most stunned...

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  43. because we love cooking shows in this house - it would be called Wolfgang Duck.
    cherylagraves@gmail.com

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  44. Mr. Muddy Puddles.
    Annielauka@gmail.com

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  45. my 4 year old says it's name is Chirp, while my 2 year old screams " no duck , monkey" she points to the monkey in the mod tots logo.

    pamperedprincessbows@gmail.com

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  46. Oh, McDuckiepants for sure.

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  47. I'd name him Aloysius Q. Duck. The "Q" doesn't stand for anything; it just makes him sound more distinguished. And I'd choose Aloysius because there just aren't enough Aloysiuses in the world. Aloysii? Crap, I don't know how to pluralize that. Maybe "Joe" would have been a better choice....

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  48. I didn't give my email either. carlsonkelli@hotmail.com - Bob the duck!

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  49. Oh, McDuckiepants for sure.
    jacki@verizon.net

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  50. One of my girls named it Spike and the other named it Ellen which I love :)

    Ss1040@AOL.com

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  51. My daughter just named him Dream because it looks like he's sleeping.

    jvaracalli@verizon.net

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  52. The duck looks like Bill O'Reilly.

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  53. I'd name the duck Bert, it's a good name for a duck.

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  54. We would name it Puddle, after our favorite duck story, Little Quack.
    yohonandcairo@hotmail.com

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  55. My 2 year old said the duck should be named Puggy Butt. I like it, too.

    denam.harris at yahoo dot com

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  56. Agatha.

    erinwitt2 @ gmail dot com

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  57. I would name him Beakman, like an alter ego of my son's nickname Bryceman :)

    Jen6516 at hotmail dot com

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  58. Smugly. His name would have to be Smugly. And I would have an adult version of this artwork in my bathroom wherein Smugly would be holding a pomegranate martini.

    Love him.
    erikababineau@gmail.com

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  59. Dale...because who doesn't love Duckie from Pretty in Pink?

    tinandally@netscape.net

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  60. Peking Ducklet
    goodman5@rocketmail.com

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  61. I get easily distracted so I would have to name the duck SQUIRREL

    hobackfam@yahoo.com

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  62. Well obviously I would name the duck George. Obviously!

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  63. Who's ur Duckie

    ladynred520@yahoo.com

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  64. Sleepy

    Because he looks sleepy & I feel sleepy.

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  65. I feel like it should be a her and her name should be Penelope :]

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  66. Truck. Because there are only so many words that rhyme with duck that you can say in public.

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  67. Diddydoo the duck!

    arherrick@hotmail.com

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  68. Ta Ta Tiddlywinks...maybe its a combination of the booze and exhaustion over evacuating due to a tsunami advisory. Either way its what popped into my head. Or you could name it what my daughter insists on naming everything, including her brother: "Cake"

    exitonly2001@yahoo.com

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  69. We would totally name him Duckster (that's how everything is named in our house).
    sjm182@hotmail.com

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  70. i would name it Ducksworth. kind of looks like it could be a snooty duck peering down its beak at you. little cowlick in the back. could be, right? :)

    kim
    ktroester@animail.com

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  71. We would call him quackaroni and we would love to have him!

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  72. I would name the duck 'Citrus'. It just fits.

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  73. My two year old saw the picture and named it "Monk"

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  74. Squillion. As in, I want a million squillion of them.
    campbellsally@yahoo.com

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  75. Shirley. For some reason my first thought was Shirley. It could work.

    Love you guys! Stacey
    sbrobins75@hotmail.com

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  76. I'd name him Deuce, since Mini has such a love of leaving hers here and there and everywhere. And she loves the duck. Yup, he's Deuce.

    cindyroerig@hotmail.com

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  77. I like Whuck...Whuck the Duck. But someone probably already posted that, so Annabelle - after our newest baby girl - 4 days old.
    4scherers@sc.rr.com

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  78. I would name that duck Truman Capote. End of story.
    --Amy

    croneknows@comcast.net

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  79. The Damn Duck cause "damn" seems to be a popular word around my house when it comes to pets, kids, husbands, meals, oh just about everything.

    sarahnewhouse11@gmail.com

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  80. Alright, I'll bite. And I'd like to name the duck Mr. Silbert after my husband's bread-loving, big-beaked friend.

    Did I mention it is almost 2am and my husband is still out with one Mr. Silbert?

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  81. I would name him lucky ducky mojo meditating, or luke for short

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  82. I'd name it Marty Mcfly. These are so cute!

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  83. I want to name him Gary, after my father-in-law because the flip on the back of duck's head reminds me of Gary's comb-over.
    Melanie Crowe
    crowe5699@roadrunner.com

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  84. Sir Benjamin Webberly McFeathers III
    bethprops at gmail dot com

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  85. Howard...because Howard the Duck was such a random movie...
    mandysieja(at)gmail(dot)com

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  86. Ok, here's my second entry- Squirmly. It's an adjective that my 3 year old daughter uses to describe things. I'm not 100% sure what it means, but it has described people, cracks in the pavement, trees.... And I find it cute.
    mpalmer0224 at gmail dot com

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  87. I have to go with Mini. It does look like Ducky MoMo from Phineas and Ferb...and I looove that show (so do my kids!)...

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  88. Suck-a-Duck shall be his name.
    anne dot e dot white at gmail dot com

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  89. Ms. Sassy Pants!
    This particular duck just looks so sassy, like my 2yr old when he's mad at mommy and just has that look!

    blondie5628@hotmail.com

    Love you guys! My lil guy would love these pieces!

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  90. Here's the dealio...well, when I read that, it sounded like an awesome name for a chillin' out duckie! Dealio!

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  91. well, I named my dog Steve and my cat Milk. so I think I'd have to go with Amtrak.

    Or Svetlana. Oooh, that's a good one! Svetlana!

    saraheadley@msn.com

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  92. My two year old says its name should be tweet tweet lol!

    kimpowers24@yahoo.com

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  93. I asked my daughter (3 yrs old) what she would name the duck, and she said "Gigaway!"

    She may have been influenced by the fact that I'd just said "Giveaway". But, maybe not. :)

    kgjones5 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  94. We'd probably name it Bob, because all inanimate objects in our house are named Bob, along with one of our hermit crabs.

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  95. For my kids, who are obsessed with all things butt or booty Booty Butt the Duck.

    brandy_reaves@hotmail.com

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  96. My family says "daffodil" but we know it's not the wittiest answer, it is fitting with such a yellow duck!
    triciajohnson77@hotmail.com

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  97. My son just saw it and decided its name should be Chix.

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  98. Hehe, I would have named the duck "Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na DUCKMAN!"

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  99. When I asked my two kiddos what the duck's name should be, they both told me "Ducky MoMo" with no prompting... can you tell we're P&F fans here, too? :-)

    My daughter then changed her mind though and said the duck should be called "Princess Duck-a-rina" because, well, she's three years old and totally princess-obsessed these days!

    Thanks for the chance!
    ~Sara
    prexec75(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  100. We'd name him Goose.

    lisa.montgomery@gmail.com

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  101. Umm, Sheldon, I think.

    jooleybaby@yahoo.com

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  102. My Second Entry is :

    James Garfield...afterall, it's the highest point in the trifecta of awesomeness...

    -Joy

    www.monkeeandthebee.blogspot.com
    www.facebook.com/hippiehater1

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  103. Bred. Or maybe bread? I dunno, it was a run by 4 year old, I couldn't distinguish if he mispronounced 'Bret' or was saying 'bread' like to go feed the ducks. so, it'd be a bred the duck. Or goonie.

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  104. Our duck would be named Splashy, since my daughter bathes in a duck bathtub and she loves splashing!
    stumbull at gmail dot com

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  105. Our duck would be Quacky McGooglepants. Our dog is Barky McGooglepants so it would be like her little sister :) What an awesome duck!

    Stephanie - lessonsbystef@gmail.com

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  106. I would name the duck Smuggles. He looks snuggly and smug at the same time!

    jmnstars(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  107. Claireiris@gmail.comMarch 12, 2011 at 5:06 PM

    I'd name it Snack. We had a wild mallard nest in our yard last year and named her Springroll. When her little eggrolls hatched she forgot one. We had to rescue it before it became a...snack for our dog. Operation Rescue Snack was a success and we were even able to reunite it with its family.

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  108. Charlie. As in Sheen. Because he looks slightly disheveled & somewhat arrogant. But still cute.

    aaflood at earthlink dot net

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  109. blaine... definately blaine. why? i dunno

    absent_nothing(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  110. Murphy.

    My husband says he looks like a punk rocker duck, so (in honor of St. Pat's day) we would name him after Dropkick Murphys.

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  111. Entry #2 - This time my kids get to pick a duck name. And the winner is .... Blueberry! (Huh?!)

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  112. Around our house, every name has to either mean something or rhyme. So, I think I'd name him Plucky.

    tawnyamayo@yahoo.com

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  113. Ceviche!

    rcpanga13@yahoo.com

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  114. Saturday's entry:

    P. King


    tmason24@hotmail.com

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  115. I'd call him Finnegan MacDuckington. :)


    Jen - jjpaulis@shaw.ca

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  116. "daddy-o"....my 3 year old son said he should be named that because he obviously is a daddy duck. ??? No clue how he derived that from the picture, but it obviously increases the "random" quotient of my comment. :)

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  117. Howard the Duck.
    mpalmer0224 at gmail dot com

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  118. I still totally love these (Scott the Owl is our fave so far)... I'd name the duck "Duck" of course (courtesy of #1Son)

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  119. Duckstin Beiber
    campbellsally@yahoo.com

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  120. My second entry: Prima Duckerina because prima means cousin in Spanish and our family has an amazing cousin network. Or Churro - because all those crazy primas and primos are obsessed with fried cinnamon goodness.

    tinandally@netscape.net

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  121. "Future Fois Gras" Though that might scar a child for life.

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  122. I would name him Moscato after my current BFF. (My second baby is 3 weeks old and I now have 2 under 2, in case you need explanation or worry that I'm an alcoholic.)

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  123. I think that Quackers sounds like a good name today.
    Pamperedprincessbows@gmail.com

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  124. My son said his name would be Quack Quack (no, not original, but he's 4). :D

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  125. Chunky Lu-Lu Mouthy Cutie Man (Each one of my kids picked a name lol)

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  126. Nappin. That is what my daughter would say when she sees the duck - it looks like the duck is nappin.

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  127. Oh, it'd be named ChickiePoo, cause every stuffed duck-like thing in this house has always been named Chickie. Poo. susanboring@gmail.com

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  128. cornelius. =) not random, per se. but very fitting, IMO. or hampleton...since my husband won't let me name one of our kids that. damn him. =p

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  129. We would name it Ferdy Bird. Seems appropriate.

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  130. George. Almost every animal in our history has been named George. I have no idea why

    windycitygigi at gmail.com

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  131. How about Ducky duck-duck. Or Steve.

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  132. My Sunday entry is: Daffy Qaddafi

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  133. Entry #2 I would say we would name our duck Kitty, since right now that is my daughters favorite animal!

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  134. I'd like to call her Bill, but I really want her to be a girl. Wilhemina it is. She's mos def a Wilhemina.
    Anna(dot)m(dot)Villanueva(at)gmail(dot)com

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  135. I asked my 2 year old and she said "Dr. Birdie"

    I have no idea how a duck was able to make it through med school, but whatever.

    jessica@brodgers.net

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  136. Bo Diddly
    campbellsally@yahoo.com

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  137. My Sunday entry...
    My 10 year-old: "I have a name, but it's stupid. Mr. Fufflebutt." I actually think it's kinda cute.

    tinandally@netscape.net

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  138. Entry #2:

    Dexter!

    rcpanga13@yahoo.com

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  139. I would name him Uncle Quacker. Even though he's not nearly old enough to be my uncle. My email is jamiekjo@aol.com.

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  140. Chuckles.

    Third entry. But my second didn't get posted yesterday??? Oh well

    Email goodman5@rocketmail.com

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  141. My Third Entry is

    Mr. Ducky. In honor of the cat we help take care of (He's an outdoor cat and all the neighbors take care of him) who's name is Mr. Kitty.

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  142. I figured out it was my fault that it didn't post. I was in a hurry yesterday and turned my iPod off before filling out the security word. Oops.

    My entry yesterday said el Duckito if I can enter it late. Don't worry if it's against the rules!


    goodman5@rocketmail.com

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  143. Ethan said to name him Ethan. Very original, I know. But I would name him Duckey Doo. I don't know why. I just like alliteration.

    kim.ringer@hotmail.com

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  144. I thought I already posted #3 but can't find it ... we'd like its name to be Butterduck... it's so smoooov!

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  145. Second entry:
    Jericho Rembrandt
    Because that is the name my husband likes for a boy, and I think he looks like a boy.
    kathylsanderson@gmail.com

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  146. Second entry-

    My 5 year old has named her Miss Cute. Because the duck is cute. But if the duck is a boy then she think he should be named Mr Quack.


    aliciajill@gmail DOT com

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  147. I would name it Quacker Jack! Just because I'm weird like that. LOL

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  148. Entry #3 -
    My daughter likes to name things after the first thing she sees. So the duck's name is Couch. :-)

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