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Win tickets to see Justin Roberts

Posted March 9, 2010
Updated March 10, 2010

Justin Roberts will make his annual stop at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro on March 20 with two shows.

The kindie rock star, who you may have seen on Nickelodeon or the Today Show, is known for his power pop music and clever lyrics. And his concerts are just a lot of fun ... especially for toddlers to grade-schoolers and their parents. Read more about him here.

And, thanks to The ArtsCenter, we have two tickets to give away for the 2 p.m. show on March 20!

What do you need to do to win? Answer this simple question by noon March 12 (that's Friday) and I'll pick the winner at random.

The question: Justin plays with his Not Ready for Naptime Players. How do you know if your child is ready for naptime? And, if naps are only a fond memory in your house, when did your kids give them up?


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  • shall6 Mar 14, 2010

    Congratulations to Beth, the winner of our tickets!

  • christophernewman Mar 12, 2010

    Naptime for my three year old... He turns into Rainman. He fixates on one word or phrase and repeats it ad nauseum. "Yeah Dinosaur's have claws Dinosaurs have claws. Yeah... Dinosaurs have claws...Yeah" Should he go the day without a nap...Then the super silly's come out. Running in place for about 30 mintues before walking over and launching himself onto the couch while proclaiming "my body hurts!"

  • marisadefrate Mar 11, 2010

    My children are 2 and 3 yrs. old. When they are ready for nap, they start to giggle and play together. It is usually wrestling, running or hugging and kissing. After that, they start getting a little whiney and that's when I know it is time to relax with a couple of books and go to bed.

  • bethmessersmith Mar 10, 2010

    It's always easy to tell when my two monkeys are ready to crash-everything rubs them the wrong way! Unfortunately, they aren't big nappers which means it ends up being a rough afternoon for all of us.