In honor of the release of Captain America: Civil War, have some fun with your kids with this joke, taken from this fun book from Scholastic Book Fairs, written by Daryle Connors.
My husband and I watched Captain America: Civil War last night and he’s going again today with our son.
In honor of the film’s release, have some fun with your kids with this joke, taken from this fun book from Scholastic Book Fairs, written by Daryle Connors:
I discovered this video last Valentine’s Day and I’m still in love with it. Poor Goofy tries and tries to deliver thoughtful Valentine’s gifts to the princesses at Walt Disney World, but no one is around, until …
Enjoy this short, sweet video today!
Photo taken on “Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress” in Tomorrowland, Walt Disney World
World Showcase at Epcot is one of my favorite things in all of Walt Disney World. It features 11 counties, all along the World Showcase Lagoon. These countries are: Canada, United Kingdom, France, Morocco, Japan, United States, Italy, Germany, China, Norway, and Mexico (plus an African Outpost).
I love walking through World Showcase and really feeling as if I’m in those countries. The architecture, music, food, and shopping are based on the countries that they represent. Many of the cast members are from the country in which they work, so they speak the language and know the culture.
It is beautiful. It is fun. It is educational. It is delicious.
But, is it something I can do with my young kids? Won’t they be bored?
YES, you can experience World Showcase and enjoy it with your kids!
NO, they won’t be bored!
In it’s place, a new, 4D film experience will be opening: Continue Reading…
Disney Momma is my blogger name because I love Disney and I also care about families, family time, and family values. That is why I am really excited to share about this new product, Circle.
Circle is not made by Disney, but Disney has partnered with the Circle team to present an affordable, practical internet security device. Circle allows parents to filter internet content in their home, set time limits or a bedtime, and even pause the internet access. It’ can be personalized for multiple people, so one child can have different filters or time limits than another. Plus, it doesn’t have monthly fees, like a lot of the other options in internet security.
Read more about it here, on my husband’s blog. As both a father and a children’s and youth pastor, he cares deeply about internet safety for today’s youth and families. We’re really excited about this new technology.
Is Circle something you would use in your home? Talk about it in the comments.
My husband, two sons, and I are anxiously awaiting the arrival of Baby #3 any day now (hopefully, this weekend!). With all of our children, we’ve waited until the delivery to find out if the baby is a boy or a girl. I thought it would be fun to ask YOU to guess what the baby will be!
So, do you think it will be PINK or BLUE? Our first GIRL or our third BOY?
When I get home from the hospital, I will randomly select a name from the correct responses and I will send the winner these cute Disney key chains! (CONTEST IS CLOSED)
The designs include Elsa, Baymax, and Tsum Tsums! I think they’re adorable, but I’m giving them to one of YOU! Continue Reading…