Jinkies! Scooby-Doo and the gang are back in an all-new movie, Scooby-Doo! The Sword and the Scoob. This direct to DVD film is not rated, so what does that mean for little ones? In my spoiler-free review I'm breaking down the plot, talking about the moments of peril and and sharing my honest thoughts on Scooby-Doo! The Sword and the Scoob. Hint: if you're a fan of the classic Scooby-Doo series, I think you'll like this one.
Have you ever wanted to go to a Hullabaloo? Well you're in luck, The Worldwide Adventure Society of Shenanigans and Hullabaloos is ready to take you on an adventure! The Adventures of Lily Huckleberry in Scandinavia is a whimsical tale that is sure to get your child laughing out loud and saying, "for Scandinavia, and her berries!" Read my full review of the story, that teaches a very important lesson, by Audrey Smit and Jackie Knapp below.
What did you want to be when you grew up? A rock star? A chef at a 5 star restaurant? What do your children say they want to be? If you haven't talked to your children about what they want to be when they grow up, The Magic of Me My Magical Dreams is a great way to start a conversation with them and get their creative juices flowing! I thoroughly enjoy reading The Magic of Me My Magical Dreams with my children, read my full review below.
Spin Master has given a preview of their new lineup of toys, most of which are due out this fall. I'm sharing all of their new toys coming out that are perfect for kids ages 0 to 6! If you've got a fan of cuddly friends, Gabby's Dollhouse, PAW Patrol or Hatichmals, you're shopping list for this holdiay season is about to be set!
I could not believe it had been 7 years since the release of The Croods as I was watching the surprise to me, trailer for The Croods: A New Age last year. I had no idea a sequel was in the works and I was so excited to see this hilarious prehistoric family on my screen again. The Croods: A New Age is already available on digital and hits stores on 4K, Blu-ray and DVD on February 23rd. I'm sharing my thoughts on this film in a no-spoilers, parent review.
As a mom my days seem like a constant cycle of running errands, dropping off at school, picking up from school, dishes, laundry and "hey I just swept the floor". Hours can go by before I realize I skipped a meal or that the only thing I ate was whatever was leftover from my kids' breakfast or lunch. That's why I was so happy to discover Splendid Spoon! A ready to eat meal subscription service that is plant-based, vegan and GMO-free. Read on for my honest thoughts and how you can get $60 off your first three boxes.
As parents we want our children to make good choices but at times we may not have all of the right words to use in order to convey what we are trying to each. That's why I absolutely love the "Magic of Me" series by author, Becky Cummings. Her brightly illustrated picture books and wonderfully worded rhymes make teaching our children about choices and consequences easy to understand and fun!
I don't know about you, but I certainly would not want to declare war on Robert De Niro. But that's just what Oakes Fegley does in The War With Grandpa. In this no-spoilers review I'm sharing my thoughts on the plot, the language used and the PG rating. Is this move for the entire family or do some children need to be in bed before you sit down to watch it?