We’ve all participated in Throwback Thursday – from posting old college photos to adorable shots of the kids as babies. It’s a fun way to recall the past and remember good times (and bad hair). This month I encourage you to participate in a very special #TBT on the most celebrated Thursday of the year – Thanksgiving.
Who loves Yo Gabba Gabba!? I have a new respect for it after Jack Black was on the show for an episode. So I wish my kiddo didn't think she was too old for these types of shows anymore. I think it would be a ton of fun. And we have tickets to give away for it. This is a quick giveaway since the show is just on Tuesday, so don't miss it!
After flying to the top of the box office this summer as the #1 animated movie in America three weeks in a row, “PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE” soars to spectacular new heights on Blu-ray and Digital HD, available November 4, 2014. And we have 2 copies to give away!
"Mom, I want to play soccer," exclaims my eight year old one day. Words that brought anxiety instantly into this mommy's heart. How do I explain to my sweet little girl that I may not be able to make that happen? You see Emma has some challenges that would make it hard to just go to the local soccer league and sign her right up. Emma is a special needs child. The two major obstacles for her to play soccer would be her limited physical capabilities and her deafness.
It seems like the minute that the calendar switches from October to November, we are on a crash course to Christmas. The stores have their decorations already out, ads are screaming the holidays are coming, and our calendars are quickly filling up with dates for parties, pictures, Santa visits etc. With the craziness we could easily skim right over Thanksgiving, but we really shouldn't.
Get ready to howl with laughter in this all-new family comedy starring America’s favorite St. Bernard, the one and only Beethoven! Beethoven's Treasure Tail is newly released on Blu-ray and DVD and we have copies to give away!
I had the best Girls Night last night at TPAC for Girl’s Night: The Musical! I want to thank the promoter for offering me free tickets to see it, in exchange for my honest review. I’m recovering from a cold and, honestly, really wanted to just stay home and rest, but I’m so glad I didn’t. Girl’s Night: The Musical was so fun, laugh-out-loud funny, and sweet all at once.
When my daughter was about 3 years old we began a tradition in my neighborhood to host a Halloween Parade. I wanted to do something Halloween-y that wasn’t late at night and wasn’t scary. The fact that she got to wear her costume one extra time is a bonus.