From the moment we stepped aboard the Disney Dream, we entered a fairy tale world. Here is our take on the decor, staterooms, entertainment, dining, youth clubs, pools, AquaDuck, nightclubs, and more aboard the Disney Dream!
I hope you don’t mind a lot of Disney Dream posts because I cannot wait to share more about this voyage with you. The entire time at Disney, I was taken with how large a role Disney played in the imaginative life of not only my childhood but my teen years as well.
Disney is magic. And I am not talking about the princess glamor and the merchandising–Disney’s power lies in its ability to weave a story.
At the Disney Dream Christening event, the narrative revolved around dreams…
We enjoyed our first full day at Disney on Monday. Even pouring rain couldn’t dampen our spirits at the Magic Kingdom! And the best part about rain? NO LINES! My daughter met the fairies, her favorites. Tinkerbell asked her if she is a garden talent since she is wearing all pink. My daughter responded, no–she […]
I am thrilled beyond belief to be joining Disney on the Christening Cruise of the Disney Dream! When I received the invitation, I was so excited to be one of the first to experience this ship and to have the opportunity to bring along our family. This will be our first cruise with the kids, […]
When I was a little girl, my grandparents took me to the Big Apple Circus and I was amazed at how close I was to the performers.
In this intimate Big Top, no seat is more than 50 feet from the ring!
Talented performers are the heart of this show…
Yo Gabba Gabba’s catchy tunes had my daughter singing “Peas & Dat Chu” (please and thank you) at one! Now, my daughter is 2 and she still never forgets to say please and thank you- ever. Of course, I usually steal total credit… but honestly, it was Yo Gabba Gabba that made that simple lesson I was teaching her- fun!
This past weekend my family and I had the honor of attending the Yo Gabba Gabba “Party In My City” show at Radio City Music Hall as well as a pre-show veggies and milk party (ahhh, finally a party that’s not full of sugar!)…
We don’t watch a lot of children’s television in our house but I have to admit that even I know about Yo Gabba Gabba. Heck, even my child-free friends know Yo Gabba Gabba.
What’s even better than a party in your tummy? A party in your city!
We have the food to feed every child in America–but do we have the will?
Share Our Strength asks every one of us to join together in The Great American Dine Out to end childhood hunger. Almost 1 in 4 kids–nearly 17 million total–will struggle with hunger at one point in their childhood. They are not just statistics, though, they are our neighbors, our friends, and the future of our country. When children are hungry, they are more likely to be ill, miss school, have difficulty concentrating, and suffer from poor health later in life. All children deserve better than that.
Dawn Sandomeno of Party Blueprints Blog, in conjunction with Jacob’s Creek, invited several bloggers to Good Restaurant in Manhattan to learn more about the Great American Dine Out and how it helps to ensure that no kid goes hungry.
Would you Help a Mother Out?
Fabulous mom bloggers in about a dozen cities nation-wide will be hosting diaper drives during the month of May in honor of Mother’s Day…
We have a theater just two villages over, right next to our library. Although I was a theater major in college (and I have the headshots to prove it) and I love plays, we’ve somehow never gone to see a show there…until today!
Inspired by the Tropicana Juicy Rewards, I printed out a coupon for one free admission and headed over to watch one of the children’s plays, Peter Rabbit