November 2016 archive

Storytime Huxley from Cloud b (#giveaway)

Cloud b is a family favourite for a reason! We gave my nephew the Peaceful Panda when he was born in October and I hear that it gets used every night. That panda was so snuggly that my daughters almost didn’t want to let him go, so I’m excited to surprise my 5 year old with a Storytime Huxley this Christmas! Incorporate story time to any bedtime routine with Storytime Huxley, the interactive story bear. Reading five classic bedtime stories, children can follow along with his colour storybook. Storytime Read more […]

Get personal this holiday season with I See Me! (#giveaway)

I See Me! is a favourite site of mine for finding just the right gift for the special kids in my life. As a child, I could never find anything with “Stacey” on it (at best, it was spelled Stacy, and getting something with your name spelled ‘wrong’ is worse than not getting the item in the first place!) and my daughters aren’t faring any better. Luckily, personalizing everything from books to puzzles to personalized gifts for Christmas is as easy as shopping online! I have it on good authority Read more […]

Moana sails into our hearts (and theatres) now!

Disney’s Moana arrived in theatres today (November 23), but my daughters and I were lucky enough to see an advanced screening a couple of days ago. My daughters were really looking forward to seeing it based on the commercials that we had seen, but I was nervous because I didn’t know a lot about it and my daughters have a history of being excited about movies and then freaking out when we watch it in the theatre. I am so happy to say that all three of us loved Moana! I’ll talk more about it Read more […]

Enjoy Disney’s “Alice Through the Looking Glass” At Home

Disney’s Alice Through the Looking Glass has arrived for home viewing just in time for the holidays. I’m sure that we weren’t the only ones singing P!nk’s “Just Like Fire”, which is Alice Through the Looking Glass’s theme song, all summer long! The Cheshire Cat gives a hint of what is to come when he says “When the day becomes the night and the sky becomes the sea, When the clock strikes heavy and there’s no time for tea. And in our darkest hour, before my final rhyme, she will come back home Read more […]