5 Reasons You Should Watch Moana

5 Reasons You Should Watch Moana

Beauty Brite Disclosure

I was lucky enough to receive a copy of Moana. We have always been the family that waits until movies come out on cable or Netflix to watch. Our son has Autism. Going to a movie theater would not be as fun because we would be focused on watching him and keeping him entertained.

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The Perfect Book for Your Little Animal Lover

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Shefluential Disclosure
You can be sure this holiday season that our children will be asking for the latest and greatest holiday toys. My 5-year-old has already asked for a tablet, computer, and cell phone (yeah right, not happening, buddy!)

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Open Season: Scared Silly

Open Season: Scared Silly

Beauty Brite Disclosure

When I received Open Season: Scared Silly, I was so thrilled! However, I could only recall watching one of the movies. I was scrolling through Netflix and discovered Open Season has at least 3 other movies. I played the first movie and was surprised to realize I never saw it! The first movie came out in 2006, the same year our son was born, so I was too busy being a new mom.

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Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Pop Star Minnie

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Pop Star Minnie

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As a Disney family, we are always on the lookout for Disney movies, cartoons and even trips to Disney World! I love that we have Disney Junior again. My son can watch his favorite cartoons and I prefer having that channel playing for him.

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How To Have A Baby And Not Lose Your Sh*t

How To Have A Baby And Not Lose Your Shit by Kirsty Smith

Paperback: 170 pages
Publisher: Dark River (November 11, 2015)
Language: English

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If you’re wondering whether you are really ready to have a baby, you should grab a copy of How To Have A Baby And Not Lose Your Shit, by Kirsty Smith (published by Bennion Kearney). It’s funny, yes, but more importantly it sends the message that when it comes to having and raising kids, don’t sweat the small stuff. You don’t have to be the perfect parent, you don’t have to have the perfect child, heck you don’t even have to have the perfect life… the best way to be a good mom is to just roll with the punches and expect the unexpected. And above all, just remain as calm as possible; both you and your child will make it through and as long as you love him (or her) and have their best interest at heart everything will turn out okay in the end. The best approach to parenthood I can advise a new parent to take is to view it as comedic fodder for future recall, because, oh you will! You will recall it, the stories will be standard holiday time storytelling fare for years to come!

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My Husband is Dating?

My Husband is Dating?

I think my husband is dating and he doesn’t even know it.

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Are you a fan of San Francisco?

Are you a fan of San Francisco?

Are you a fan of San Francisco?

What do you think about when someone asks you that?

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How to Fail at Your Business

How to fail at your business

I experienced a bad encounter with a company to where they were rude to me via email. It really irked me while it was happening and made me even more upset that they fired back at me with more rudeness.

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Inside Out Featurette

Inside Out featurette

Hello Disney fans! Are you ready for Inside Out like we are?! I love when new Disney movies come out. We usually wait until they can be watched online or DVD. We already know our son will not sit still for a movie, which is why we prefer to watch at home.

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End to an Era with Parenthood

End to an Era with Parenthood

Photo Credit: NBC

I started watching Parenthood when it first premiered six years ago. Parenthood was easy to relate to because of Max. As any Parenthood fan knows, Max has Asperbers Syndrome. Our son has Autism and I think Parenthood was the first show to feature a character with Autism on television.

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