If you have a toddler, chances are you've seen your fair share of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse episodes. This show no longer airs new episodes but they are On Demand, for sale on DVD and are still constantly played on Disney Junior. One episode in particular always puts a smile on my face, Mickey's Monster Musical. This extended episode is almost scene for scene adaptation of Rocky Horror Picture Show.
When you have a baby you discover there are a lot of debates in the parenting world. One of them being when to introduce your child to lovey another being if you should introduce your child to a lovey at all! Well I have given both of my kids a lovey and so far I've been very happy with what has occurred.
It's almost the most wonderful time of the year again! Pretty soon friends, relatives and acquaintances will bring gifts for our children. I am in no way trying to sound ungrateful when I say this but, there are a few things I'd rather not see my toddler unwrap this year. I present to you the, anti-gift guide for Toddlers.
Yep, Urkel really did do that. I grew up watching ABC's Friday night line up, aka, TGIF and shows rotated out every few years but one of the ones I loved was Family Matters. There were a ton of hilarious moments, teachable moments and heartbreaking moments during it's nine year run but there is one episode in particular that really stuck with me and has helped me out a lot.
If you haven't heard, which I don't know how you haven't, but Disney has their own streaming service, Disney+ and it begins on November 12th. Lots of programming details were released at this year's D23 expo but just yesterday, Disney+ shared the extensive list of movies and shows that would be available to stream the first day of service. Hold on tight because it is A LOT.
I'm not a one who meal plans. I grocery shop and try to think ahead 2 or 3 nights and for the rest of the week kind of just wing it. I often find myself searching the internet for recipes that include the odd ball mix of ingredients that I happen to have on hand. I was hesitant to try Hello Fresh as I wasn't sure if it was for "non-cooks" like myself but I found myself pleasantly surprised.