The new Disney Magic At Play clothing by Jumping Beans has arrived at Kohl’s stores, and believe me – you will want to buy every piece!
Danger had a little bit of fun trying on these new styles before we headed off to this year’s Disney Social Media Moms Celebration. Can you tell?
Perhaps the best part of this new clothing line is the level of customization that it provides for children. Even the preschool set can easily mix and match all of the pieces to create colorful, playful outfits. Check out some of Danger’s favorite looks:
Would You Like To Win A $50 Kohl’s Gift Card To Shop This Collection?
Thanks to the generosity of Kohl’s and Disney, one very lucky Classic Mommy blog reader has the opportunity to win a $50 Kohl’s gift card to shop the collection! If you would like to enter to win, visit the Magic At Play by Jumping Beans collection at Kohl’s and leave a comment below about your favorite piece! I will choose a winner from all eligible comments* on April 25th, 2014. Good luck!
You must be aged 18+ and a resident of the U.S. to enter this promotion. A winner will be randomly selected on or around April 25, and will have 48 hours to respond to email notification before prize is forfeited. I received compensation to share this giveaway with the Classic Mommy readers, but all opinions come from my personal experiences with the products.
Spring break is coming up, and I am SO READY! This break symbolizes more than just the promise of warmer weather ahead – it’s also a great time to get out and explore some really neat places with family.
One of my very favorite places to explore in Atlanta is the Georgia Aquarium. I’ve been to the Aquarium a few times over the past couple years, and each time, I find something new to love about this popular Atlanta attraction.
On our last visit, we got up close and personal with some of the Georgia Aquarium’s fish, coral, anemones — and sharks! Take a peek:
To see more images, visit my Georgia Aquarium Behind the Scenes Google+ album! I’d love for you to ‘circle’ me! Continue reading
Atlanta is an amazing city. The people here make music, create beautiful works of art, and exhibit the most unique street style I’ve ever witnessed. It’s no surprise then that Atlanta is known for being a cultural hub – but did you know that Atlanta is also a very family-friendly city?
I recently attended the Atlanta Parent Blogger Experience, where I met with representatives from the city’s best attractions to find out all about the exciting things that are in store for 2014.
I plan to share some exciting details with you in the next couple of months, but in the meantime, here are just a few things to look forward to: Continue reading
Netflix has been a staple in my home for many years now. I love the hours of entertainment it provides for my family each month, whether we are at home or on-the-go. As a homeschool mom, I especially enjoy the many educational programs that Netflix offers. Check out these five Netflix Kids movies that encourage children to learn about science:
I was thrilled to host a Disney Side @Home Celebration during the month of February. We had lots of exciting things happen that month: Danger turned FIVE, I turned THIRTY, snow days in Atlanta, and perhaps best of all – I was invited to attend this year’s Disney Social Media Moms Celebration at Disneyland!
My crafty Disney side was just aching to be released, so I got to work. My husband and I spent an entire week’s free time putting together some festive homemade elements to make our little gathering really stand out to our guests. I lost count of how many glue sticks were heated (and tried really hard to lose count of how many of my little projects had to be tossed for imperfections). Take a peek at our Disney Side DIY elements below, and let me know what you think!
Danger and I had the opportunity to attend an advanced screening of the “Muppets Most Wanted” at Atlantic Station. To be honest, I wasn’t really expecting to be all that excited about the movie. I don’t really remember much about the Muppets other than the Muppet Babies show from my childhood (that I adored!) and I haven’t watched any of the movies. That said, keep in mind that my thoughts on the new “Muppets Most Wanted” movie come from someone unfamiliar with the Muppets line. Continue reading
Are you planning a family trip to Disney World for spring break? The Orlando area is home to some of Florida’s best dining, entertainment, and resort properties, making it the perfect family vacation destination. There’s a little something for everyone in the heart of Florida. Check out my top four picks for family-friendly hotels near Disney World, and let the magic begin! *I’ve listed them in order based on price.
I started reading at the age of 3. Not just Dr. Seuss books, but anything and everything I could get my hands on (including the newspaper!) I know that is an anomaly, and not something that I should have expected of my own child, but that’s just not how my mind works. Danger knew the letters of the alphabet, as well as their “sounds” – all by the age of 18 months. Reading should have followed pretty quickly, right?
Wrong. Continue reading
My family and I have been Netflix subscribers for years now. We watch our favorite movies and TV shows at home and on-the-go by streaming to our television and mobile devices. While screen time is a treat for Danger, it’s wonderful that when she watches movies, she can also learn!
This February is both American Heart Month and the host month of the Winter Olympic Games, making it the perfect opportunity to learn more about staying healthy and active. Whether you are a Team Mom or a mom with active children, there are a lot of great titles on Netflix that help introduce children to important aspects of good sportsmanship, daily practice, and dedication to a healthy lifestyle. Continue reading
Look what just swam in to Atlanta’s Fernbank Museum of Natural History! The new interactive exhibition Whales: Giants of the Deep provides a very thorough and engaging educational opportunity for guests of all ages.
Discover the relationship between whales and humans, from hunting to conservation efforts, at several stations throughout the exhibit. One of my favorite interactive components explored the many comparisons between a whale’s body and our own. Continue reading