With less than four months to go until summer theatrical release of Solo: A Star wars story, Disney hasn’t given us much yet. As of last night though, we’ve finally got our first glimpse of the of Han before he his universe became intertwined with Leia and Luke.
The grown-up part of me knows how important routines are, but I have to start by saying, I am failing miserably on the routine front right now! We took off a few weeks from any schooling over the holidays and then we all got sick. Getting back into our normal groove has been rough.
Ifyou have yet to hear of WIGS, I about to introduce you to amazing drama. Amazing drama brought to your by leading names in the entertainment industry, yet it sits free, streamed on YouTube, for all. Just waiting to suck you in!
In just five short days, I will be at SheCon basking in the Social Media information goodness. Thanks to Subway & Disney my family will be joining in for a fun-filled lunch on Friday afternoon. Therefore, I feel it is only fare to warn you about my bad damn parenting moment and how it may affect the lovely family lunch that is planned.
It is Autism Awareness Month, and while I look forward to the month as it can help open the eyes to so many as to what Autism actually is, I dread it just as much as the words epidemic and recovery are passed around faster than a hot potato.
I haveread a lot of disturbing posts lately attacking Disney and what is called the “Princess Phenomenon,” including this one that discusses the book “Cinderella Ate My Daughter: Dispatches from the Frontlines of the New Girlie-Girl Culture” with author Peggy Orenstein.
A new study suggests that when it comes to weight loss and healthy aging, getting enough protein at mealtimes is important. The next time you fire up your grill, try these Grilled Lemon-Basil Pork Chops with Lemon-Basil Orzo.
I won't tell you that our family has a full real food kitchen or that we've eschewed every processed bite from our home. What I can tell you is I made permanent changes to some of our food choices a few years ago that are healthier options than what we used to use.
You know what I love more than living near theme parks? Hearing news about theme parks giving back to their communities. Knowing that every 1 in 4 children is the U.S. is food insecure, I could help but smile, knowing that the children in James City County’s Grove neighborhood, Virginia, are just a little bit better off thanks to donating 4,000 pounds of food to the area food pantries.
Routines are great, but sometimes even the best of us get into a homeschool rut with them and all of the fun is suddenly drained from our days. Here are 5 great ways to add some fun to homeschool days and keep your kids engaged.
Today we officially embark on a new homeschool year. Since I have to provide a grade level to the state, we officially but unofficially working on 7th, 5th and 1st grades during the 2015-2016 school year.
I’m a planner and a list maker. I don’t always follow through with those plans, or check off the list — still I compulsively make them. In fact, unlike most people who’ve probably been sound asleep after ringing in the New Year, I’ve making list like a mad woman all morning, and I’m on track to waste the whole first day of the year doing so.
I’m already the unlucky recipient of an internal clock that insists 4 a.m. is the perfect time to wake up. We recently moved into our new home though, and now our giant ball of fluff and fat rolls, asshole of a Maine Coon cat, has decided it is his job to demand my attention, promptly at 2:50 in the freaking morning!
Children, families, and schools in communities across America will celebrate their local, state and national parks and public lands on Saturday, May 20th in commemoration of the 7th Annual Kids to Parks Day.
When we went to visit family in Florida last summer, we decided to make it a road trip. While it went smoothly, for the most part, there are things I wish had done differently to make the 12+ hour drive with three kids and large dog, better.
I'm not one for limiting screen time in my house. I have one kid that's currently enrolled in multiple game development and design courses, one that equally splits her time between watching cooking shows and making us fat and another that might die if Disney Junior disappeared.