Win Five of Rico Rodriguez’s Favorite Toys

This contest has now ended.  Congratulations to our winner, Heather D. of Beavercreek, OR!

As promised, we’re unveiling five of the Fab 15 toys selected by Kmart Toys and Rico Rodriguez of “Modern Family”! We’ve collaborated with Kmart Toys to present one grand prize winner with a bundle that includes the five toys below:

(1) Simon Flash ($29.99)
(1) I Am T Pain Mic ($39.99)
(1) Lalaloopsy Treehouse ($39.99)
(1) Redekai Championship Battle Tin ($29.99)
(1) WWE Crashdown Arena ($42.99)

These five toys (total retail value of $182.95) will certainly bring a smile to any child’s face for the holiday season.

To enter, share your favorite holiday memory in our Comments section below between Mon. December 5 to Fri. December 9.  One grand prize winner will be selected randomly to win the bundle of five toys.  Come back to this post again after Mon. December 12 to find out the winner.  Read the full contest rules here.

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  1. by Gita Prasad

    On December 5, 2011 at 12:22 am

    My greatest memory was my daughters 1st Xmas. She was born 10 days before Xmas and she was the greatest present I ever received.

  2. by Deborah Dadlani

    On December 5, 2011 at 8:22 am

    Last year was our daughter’s first Christmas. She was born a preemie and just out of the hospital for less than a month and so the best Christmas gift was her good health and having her with us on Christmas day.

  3. by Aleshia

    On December 5, 2011 at 8:40 am

    My favorite holiday memory would have to be this past thanksgiving. I moved away from my family to give my boys a better life and it’s been a lot harder on me than I would of thought, I miss my family a lot I plan to visit them during Christmas but only for a week. My boyfriend surprised me and the boys and flew my mom out here. It was the best week I’ve had all year. Even a mommy still needs her mother sometimes. And the boys were so excited to see their grandma again (probably because she spoils them like crazy).

  4. by Bonnie L.

    On December 5, 2011 at 11:20 am

    The holiday I am most thankful for was last christmas. My son was still in the hospital and we were still in the Ronald McDonald house and although we were sad not to be home for the holiday we also felt extremely blessed. To have our son alive, to have the caring doctors and nurses, and to have the wonderful caring volunteers of the Ronald McDonald house decorating, cooking, and making us feel like we were in a home away from home.

  5. by Heather Dalton

    On December 5, 2011 at 1:28 pm

    My favorite holiday memory is from when I was about five or six and I went to my first white elephant at our church. I really didn’t understand the rules very well. I was elated when I opened the gift I chose which was a really lovely snow globe of the north pole. I was devastated when a little girl took it from me and I then chose a talking robot bank. My mom tried to console me but I was very upset about the thing. A few minutes later I felt a hand on my shoulder and it was the little girl and her mom returning the snow globe. She traded for my robot and really made my Christmas. I still own that snow globe and it ALWAYS reminds me that I should give to others during the holidays! I can’t wait to teach my children the same lesson!

  6. by Katie

    On December 5, 2011 at 10:07 pm

    My favorite holiday memory is Christmas Day six years ago. It was the last holiday we had with my sister before she died and it was one of the best, most fun days I’ve ever had.

  7. by Sarah

    On December 6, 2011 at 12:17 am

    My favorite holiday memory is baking cookies with my mom! I enjoy making those memories with my own children now, too.

  8. by Meghan

    On December 6, 2011 at 1:27 am

    My favorite holiday memory is sitting on the couch watching old movies with grandpa with him explaining all the interesting parts to me

  9. by Rachel Marshall

    On December 6, 2011 at 10:08 am

    My favorite holiday memory is from my own childhood. I was an only child and wanted a pet more than anything in the world. We took home a kitten Christmas Eve, and I was absolutely on cloud nine. I loved that cat more than anything! I’ll never forget that feeling :)

  10. by heather morales

    On December 6, 2011 at 10:13 am

    christamas of 95 when i got a baby brother for christmas none of the other presents mattered to me that year because i had a new brother

  11. by Aura

    On December 6, 2011 at 2:55 pm

    My favorite holiday memory is when my first set of twins were a little over a year and my son was able to come home from the hospital and light the hannuka candles with us

  12. by Jennifer March

    On December 6, 2011 at 3:26 pm

    My husband and I are in our last year of college so Christmas has been tight with two little ones. Last year we started making gifts starting a tradition the children are excited to continue this year!

  13. by Emily Griffin

    On December 6, 2011 at 7:51 pm

    My favorite holiday memories are the ones from childhood when the family would gather around the tree before the sun came up to open all the gifts. I look forward to continuing this with my little girl due in February.

  14. by Cecily

    On December 6, 2011 at 8:07 pm

    I have a lot of great holiday memories to choose from but I’d have to say my favorite was last year. My boys were barely old enough to understand what christmas is all about and how magical it really is.

  15. by Anne Lehnick

    On December 7, 2011 at 1:56 pm

    My favorite holiday memory is coming out on Christmas morning to gifts spilling out all over the living room floor. They spread at least 10 feet out from under the Christmas tree. Such a sight for little eyes!

  16. by elizabeth R

    On December 7, 2011 at 2:00 pm

    one of my most favorite memories is when i was 7 or 8 Santa came and i got to see him and talk to him soooo cool. I would love to win these items to make my childs holiday memories as happy as mine and believe me it would be awsome

  17. by Megan Cross

    On December 7, 2011 at 2:03 pm

    My favorite holiday memory is when me and my sister were younger and the family actually really celebrated holidays together, now we all moved away, have our own family and our own children to celebrate with, but I would love if we could get everyone together again!

  18. by Megan

    On December 7, 2011 at 2:16 pm

    My favorite holiday memory would be the first Christmas my family got to spend together. My husband missed our son’s first Christmas due to deployment, but his second Christmas was amazing.

  19. by Maribel Morales

    On December 7, 2011 at 7:43 pm

    The very first christmas I celebrated was my fondest holiday memory yet. I had a religious upbringing that was not allowed to celebrate holidays, so I never got to experience christmas with tree, dinner and presents and all. My first experience of this kind was when my boyfriend took me to his family christmas celebration. They had a huge beautiful tree, the house was decorated and there was so much food. Everyone was having a nice time and at the end of it all they gave gifts. Unknowing of what to expect or experience on my first christmas, I did not bring any presents… His family didn’t care and they had all brought me a gift. I was so moved by their gesture and their happiness to share their christmas with me, that I vowed to celebrate christmas with my children one day. Now, I have a little boy and it’s going to be his first christmas, which makes this upcoming christmas super-duper extra-special! :)

  20. by maggie kinnear

    On December 7, 2011 at 10:51 pm

    I’m expecting this Holiday to be amazing as my son is finally old enough to be able to open his gift and appreciate the dump “fwuck” that we got him!

  21. by Shawnda Embrey

    On December 8, 2011 at 5:17 am

    My favorite Christmas memory was waking up on Christmas and seeing my three week old baby! He took 9 years to conceive, so he was the best present I could ever ask for. I had so much fun starting our Christmas traditions with him.

  22. by Ashley

    On December 8, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    My best Christmas memory was when I was fifteen my mom was very sick but needed out for air so we went for a walk down the road. We lived way out in the middle of the country and lived on a gravel road. It had snowed for days before but it was quiet and silent out, the moon and stars were shining and she held my hand and told me to look at the snow, the moonlight was reflecting off of the snow. She wrapped her arm around me and said “its like god has scattered diamonds all along the ground and they are sparkling just for you, I love you.” Three months later she passed, but I love that memory.

  23. by Jackie Young

    On December 9, 2011 at 12:55 am

    I love all my memories since having kids, but prior to that was when I was about 5. We always went to my grandparents for the holidays. I remember waking up so early, having to wake my parents and grandparents…it would be sooo dark and cozy warm in the house, then I’d see the tree shining from the hallway. I remember getting chills of excitement and giggling with my older sister. I was more excited about walking into the room with surprise of what i’d find, then opening the presents! I cherish those feelings/times with my grandparents so very much. Being the youngest in the entire family I didn’t get as many years as I’d wished for.

  24. by lace

    On December 9, 2011 at 5:29 pm

    My favorite holiday memory is waking up christmas morning and opening stockings and then eating a huge breakfast before spending the rest of the day with family exchanging gifts and playing with them. So fun.

  25. by Rhea S

    On December 9, 2011 at 6:28 pm

    My favorite Christmas memory is baking cookies with my mom, dad, and sister every Christmas Eve after church. We would eat some and of course share with Santa.