Do you hope your kids will follow your career path and take up the family business? I just want my boys to be happy, but it sure made me proud when Charlie was a media pro for a day.
When you build up a surprise trip to Disneyland for your kids, you build up unreasonable expectations. Don’t have a big reveal, keep it simple and magical.
Here are the highlights of the second most anticipated day on the Star Wars calendar: Force Friday!
Disneynature’s Born in China gives a soft touch to the story of 3 families of animals from China. Part propaganda, all lightweight Disney fare, this doc comes up short compared to others in the genre.
I feel like I’m dying. The penicillin hasn’t kicked in yet and I still have a fever and aches, and I just gave my son nightmares. What a night.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom is unlike any of the other Disney parks. The experience here is unique making it the best Disney park (and not the best). Here’s why:
Here’s all the information you need when planning a trip to Disney – and you do have to plan it. You can’t wing it, or you will miss out – the Disneyphiles have seen to that.
We’re going on a family vacation to Florida this winter and it’s not for the amusement parks. We’re going for the big cats, and I can’t wait.
An annual pass to Disneyland has passed the $1000 barrier per person. When you add up the costs to visit, are theme parks still family attractions?
Big Hero 6 is a bona fide super hero comic book movie flipped on its head and turned into a Disney film. Here’s our review of Big Hero 6.
Planes: Fire and Rescue is another easy to digest film for kids that will end up as a long pain for parents. Should you see it or skip it? Depends.
Disney’s Frozen is a musical. You need to know this. If you like musicals, you’ll love it. If you don’t, well, it gets better in the second half of the film because there’s, well, less singing.
Every 2 or 3 months we get a family movie in the theatres for us all to see. Next on our list is Frozen (we skipped Free Birds because pizza for Thanksgiving doesn’t sound right). After you see the movie, enter to win a trip to Norway!
[twitter]Zacharie visited Disneyland last month with his grandparents. His first visit. When he came home and showed me his autograph book, and as I flipped …
If you have a Star Wars obsessed kid, take them to the Jedi Training Academy at Disney Parks and they can fight Darth Vader.
I won’t be the one taking my kids to Disney. Been there done that. My son turns 6 this spring, and he’ll be going – it just won’t be my job to be the one to take him.