Sunday, December 6, 2009

Disney On Ice World of Fantasy Special

This year's show features Cars, Lion King, The Little Mermaid and Tinkerbell. This is the first time that Tinkerbell has been included in the show. She brings all of her fairy friends from Pixie Hollow, of course. The show runs about an hour and a half, just upwards of the attention span of a child. I will blog/tweet/tumblr/whrrl it when we go on December 22nd!

One of the things that JBean is most looking forward to is the pre-show. It features a collection of the Disney princess dresses and a Disney princess herself! Best yet: the pre-show is included in the price of your ticket.

And remember, there is time for shopping later! You don't want your kids to miss out, do you? Years from now, our kids will be on a therapist's couch, and what do you want them to remember? That's what I thought. So go! Take the kids!

Ok, here it is, the offer you have been waiting for all holiday season! If you haven't already, read the original post for background.

Disney On Ice World of Fantasy

Show opens Dec. 17th at Staples Center in Los Angeles


STAPLES Center, December 17-20
Honda Center, Anaheim, December 22-27
Citizens Business Bank Arena, Ontario; December 30- January 3
Long Beach Arena, January 6-10, 2010

Enter coupon code MOM and receive 4 tickets for $44 or $4 off single weekend tickets. Disney On Ice

This is JUST for my readers, aren't you lucky??

If you go, let me know what you thought of the show! I might feature your comments on my blog, just for fun.

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Etnies Deal EXTENDED through the end of the year!!

Hi! So if you followed the link from Send Chocolate

here's the deal:

etnies has given you, my readers,
30% off every purchase,
a FREE stocking stuffer (while supplies last) PLUS Free Shipping!

Just use the code
ETNIES FAMILY, good until Dec. 31st.
So head on over to their website, because they have some great merchandise for you to check out.

sale merchandise and custom products are not included in this offer, but everything else is!

If you found this page by accident, check out my story over here.

And if you want to see more on our day at etnies, click below.

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Saturday, November 28, 2009

Fashion Show & Go for your little model

Just in time for the holidays I was given the opportunity to check out a new toy. For every little girl who fancies herself a fashion designer, comes Harumika from Bandai. This small package is for ages 6 and up, and I do believe younger girls might have a hard time with the dexterity needed to create these fashions. But older girls will like the ability to create, upload and share their fashions. At, girls can create a Lookbook to impress their friends.

Harumika Magical Nights comes with:

a bracelet for you
4 swatches of fabric "formal length"
a ton of accessories to stick on the mannequin and the dresses
a dress form
a small hand bag to carry it all in
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This would probably be best for an older grade schooler, it was a bit advanced for my second grader. But any little girl who likes fashion will probably love to "Share her Imagination" and would eat this up!

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Yes, I am back...let's see what I can do with this

I am reviving my reviews blog, because, let's face it, there are so many things I love that others need to know about. I only review the things that are important to me... and that I think you can't live without, are magical like unicorns will enrich your life and make you younger and sexier and help you out.

So...hold on cause here it comes.

T, who figures you neeed this stuff
picture: wikepedia,cc.
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Tuesday, September 23, 2008

I Scream, You Scream: for Popsicles

About a month or so ago, Breyers contacted me and asked if they could send me free samples. I loved that idea, and figured I would blog about them as we tried them. Naturally, life got in the way, but I am finally doing so. I have accepted NO money for this review, and it is my personal opinion, not influenced in any way.

The first item that we tried is the Slow-Melt Popsicles. They come in lemonade, cherry and strawberry-kiwi flavors. They are fat-free and have no artificial colors or flavors, with 10% fruit juice. They do contain high fructose corn syrup, though. So if you are sensitive to it, stand warned.

Sure they say they are slow melt, but how do they stand up to Southern California heat? I am happy to say that they didn't drip or melt in the time it took my dawdling eaters to finish them. They enjoyed the flavors, especially the strawberry-kiwi. The taste is a bit like Capri Sun...a bit fruity, but really sweet. I personally found them too sweet, but that might be my preference. I am not especially an ice pop fan. (give me ice cream!) As I said, the kids really enjoyed them. And I loved that they don't melt all over the floor or all over the kids! Score! Also, no terrible-staining purple or red dye to ruin clothes is a huge bonus! T, who figures Popcicles are a tradition

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Now We Know what I'm Doing with this Blog

I set this blog up a while back, figuring I would do something with it. Now, I will. Announcing Sweet Talkin' ... the Send Chocolate review blog. Now I just need to sit back and let the offers pour in....right?? ::::tapping fingers:::: T, who's in her blog and wants to review yer products

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Have you heard of Simpleology?

I'm evaluating a multi-media course on blogging from the folks at Simpleology. For a while, they're letting you snag it for free if you post about it on your blog.

It covers:

  • The best blogging techniques.
  • How to get traffic to your blog.
  • How to turn your blog into money.

I'll let you know what I think once I've had a chance to check it out. Meanwhile, go grab yours while it's still free.