Summer is for days at the pool, BBQs, and movies. We have a huge list of summer movies we are hoping to get to this year and we were fortunate to enough to get a sneak peek of Cars 3 this past week to jump start our summer movie viewing list. Cars 3: A Disney Pixar Film for the Entire Family If you have Cars
If you follow me on basically any social media platform, you know that we were at Disney (again) last week for the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration. But, as you can see form the photo, it was really hot and that explains my fuzzy hair not all of the WE that make up the Dude family were able to attend. I have to admit, I
We spent four wonderful days in Disney World this past winter. It was the perfect time to go: the weather was pleasant, the crowds were low, and getting a break from the ice storms and heavy snowfall our home state was experiencing made this trip even more magical than expected. We were able to ride our favorite rides many times. We got to try out
Growing up, I remember each and every one of our few visits to amusement parks. Back in the 80s trips to places like Disney were magical adventures that families needed to save up a bit for, just like now. Even though we lived in Southern California within reasonable driving distance to Disneyland, it was a special treat my parents only indulged in a few times
If you follow me on Instagram (or Facebook or Twitter) you probably know that last week The Dudes and I were in Orlando for a magical Disney vacation. It was slated to be a quick 3 and a half day excursion to the parks to learn about doing Disney right with tweens, but thanks to the Winter That Won’t Die, it turned into a 5
Yes, I am still recovering from Disney. Which naturally means I am going to spend this day torturing you with even more photos of our trip! Really, this is more about something I learned while at Disney. Spending so much time with my camera in my hands and my children unable to escape me, I discovered a few things that I plan on fixing: 1.
Disney and me? We go way back. I was born a princess in California, not far from the California version of the happiest place on Earth and, while my family didn’t have the bank roll to visit the park often, we did go a few times as I was growing up, each of which I remember vividly. The pre-Bruncle visit aka the visit that was