Disney recently announced that the newest Star Wars movie, The Rise of Skywalker would be released on Disney+ early. Apprioately the film will be made available on May 4th. You don't have to be an avid Star Wars fan to understand the pun here. Much like April 30th is It's Gonna be May Day, the 4th of May has become Star Wars Day and the proper greeting or farewell is May the 4th Be with You. This day became so widespread that it was even referenced in an episode of The Big Bang Theory. To celebrate, here are all the Star Wars crafts, activities, games and treats you need to have an EPIC all-day Star Wars binge-party. The order in which you decide to watch the films is entirely up to you.
One thing I'm so happy my kids enjoy doing is sitting down and reading books. This is something we do nightly as part of our bedtime routine and it is also an activity we've been doing more and more during the day since we've been spending all of our time at home. If all goes according to plan, come the fall I'll have a preschooler on my hands and I've never felt less prepared for anything! I want to make sure she starts off on the right foot so I've been researching as many at home learning tools as I can to give her a jumpstart. That's why I was so happy to learn about Reading Eggs and the two amazing specials they currently running.
Are your kids big fans of Dr. Seuss? Why not surprise them one night with a Seuss-ified movie night featuring everyone's favorite "shortish, and oldish and brownish and mossy" character, the Lorax! While watching the movie (either the half hour cartoon from 1972 or Illumination Entertainment's feature film from 2012, your choice!) your family can enjoy their popcorn in these printable popcorn boxes inspired by the Lorax himself.
Since becoming a mom trips to the mall or the store in general have became a lot less relaxing. Gone are the days of being able to try on a bunch of clothes and spend hours in a fitting room in order to find the perfect outfit or pair of jeans. Prior to being pregnant I had seen commercials for Stitch Fix but thought there was no way their stylists could possibly find me clothes I like (that fit) based off of an online survey. After giving birth I was desperate for new clothes in my new postpartum size and I found a discount code that would waive the $20 styling fee, so I really didn't have anything to lose. Now I've ordered Fixes from Stitch Fix a few times and I've learned how to get the best out of them. That's why I'm sharing 4 tips on how to ensure your next Fix from Stitch Fix is your best one yet.
As I've stated before I do not consider myself a guru or expert when it comes to social media or blogging. I have however, read a lot of articles from a bunch of different sources; some more credible than others and I've once again noticed a trend that I feel I must comment on. There appears to be a very big misconception about Bounce Rate and how to get it lowered.
Earth Day is April 22nd, this might not be a a holiday that you've typically celebrated with you children in the past (chances are they've been in school and have done activities) but with everyone home now, I've rounded up some fun and educational Earth Day crafts and DIY projects. Plus I've got a list of books that will be perfect for any Earth Day celebration.
In the wake of stay at home orders, theme parks have had to close their doors (or keep them closed if they were meant to open soon) and that has left all of their season pass holders confused on what it means for their lost time and money. As closures have been extended many theme parks have announced their plans for their season pass holders and what it means for this shortened 2020 season. Here are the policies for Disney, Universal, Hershey Park, SeaWorld and Busch Gardens, Sesame Place, and Six Flags.
She's sweet (but she's also sassy), it's possibly she "got it from her mama" and that's why these 20 funny shirts are perfect for your little girl!