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Celebrate Mardi Gras Community Coffee

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While I wish that we could head to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, it just is not in the cards to do so at this time.  That does not mean that we can not have a good time and celebrate on our own at home.  We were lucky that one year Marc's oldest came to visit and he brought us a King Cake from back home.  We have YET to find one that tastes anything like them here.  Yes, we do buy one anyways, as it is tradition...  that reminds me, Broxton is the one responsible for buying one this year, as he found the baby last time! Hope he has his money ready to get one!  

As I said, we can't go back to N.O. to enjoy, but I was able to bring a little New Orleans flavor here for us!!! How did I do that?  Well, Community Coffee has released a LIMITED TIME flavored coffee , King Cake Flavored!  It has a hint of vanilla and a hint of cinnamon. I think it tastes great and I have noticed Marc has been asking for coffee more than normal!  

Mardi Gras Top 10 Countdown
(from Community Coffee) 
It’s time to put your revelry shoes on and celebrate. The origins of Mardi Gras in New Orleans can be traced to medieval Europe, passing through Rome and Venice to evolve into the ornately-costumed festivities we see today. There’s a lot of tradition and heritage that have helped to produce the Mardi Gras scene as it’s currently celebrated. So here are our top ten good things to know to enjoy Mardi Gras like a native. 
Number 10
How to spell“krewe” and “flambeaux” and “Mardi Gras” and, well, you get the point.
Number 9 
Technically, Carnivale is a season, and Mardi Gras is a day.But we tend to generalize and refer to the weeks of parades leading up to Fat Tuesday as Mardi Gras. 
Number 8 
The Mardi Gras colors are purple, green and gold. Remember to coordinate your outfit appropriately.
Number 7
The Captain of the Krewe is more important than the King. But the King gets all the glory, while the Captain does all the work.
Number 6
If you miss a doubloon thrown from a float, never reach down to pick it up. Always put your foot on it. If you go with your hand, you're either too late or you'll get your fingers stepped on.
Number 5
If you bite into a plastic baby in a King Cake, that's a good thing. 
Number 4
 Any beads shorter than two feet long are unacceptable unless they are made of glass--the bigger and longer the beads, the better.
Number 3 
Once any beads have touched the ground,they are sullied and should not be picked up unless under the rarest of circumstances.

Number 2
The vast majority of people in the French Quarter during Carnivale are from out of town.  
Number 1
The Number 1 thing you must know about Mardi Gras season is that Community©Mardi Gras King Cake coffee hits the shelves. We suggest you celebrate with the “king” of all flavored coffees, our delicious Mardi Gras King Cake coffee with light vanilla and cinnamon flavoring. For a limited time you can have your cake ... and drink it, too
Are you a fan of King Cake??

Floogal Your World #Floogals on @SproutChannel

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If you follow me on Instagram (thank you) you have seen that I posted a few pictures of where I went to a blogger luncheon the other day to learn more about a new program coming out on Sprout TV January 23, you know, 1.23  at 8 pm.  We had a great lunch and while enjoying our meals, we also were able to enjoy a preview of the new show, called FLOOGALS..

Are you ready to learn about the Floogals?  
They are these cute little alien type kids, called FLOOGALS.  (I thought it was going to be something more "girly" because of the flooGALS part of it, but it is gender neutral, so everyone can love it!) The floogals we meet are Fleeker, Flo and Junior Boomer.  Since Sprout aims for the target audience of the younger children, this show is geared for children aged 2-6.  At first, I was thinking that they had the age range to broad, since it is all about discovery around you, but once I watched a few sneak peaks,I see that kids of all ages will enjoy it because it is just so silly and entertaining!  For example, the one I watched saw them learning about a clock, at the start I was thinking that my 6 year old knows its called a "CLOCK" not a "SPEEDER UPPER" so I thought it was going to be too immature, but then we watched and saw it was silly and we both enjoyed it. I bet you will too!  Watch a teaser clip below and let me know what you think.


Long story short, we all need to FLOOGAL more often.  
Floogaling - find / question /explore.  

Remember, it will be on January 23rd at 8 pm.  (It will air throughout the days at earlier times as well, but this is the premier of the show!) Will you be watching?  


Take a break and color! #AdultColoringBooks

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I am not sure if you have heard about the newest thing...
Adult coloring books!  They are everywhere and they are set to fit the budget for everyone.  You can buy a nice fancy one and drop a few bucks on it, or you can get one just as cool for a lot less and have a blast.  I was sent a couple for review and I have really enjoyed it.  Let's be honest, I will bust out the crayons and color in my sons Star Wars and Paw Patrol coloring books without thinking twice... but it sure is nice to have an adult one to relax and unwind coloring a little here and there.  No, they are not as easy to finish as a big picture of Yoda, but they have been found to help release stress and help us just escape and unwind for a bit.  

I was sent a couple really nice adult coloring books from Skyhorse Publishing and I have really enjoyed coloring in them.  The great thing?  Broxton (my 6 year old) asked to color one.  I did not think he would have the patience to work on coloring one since they are so detailed.  He has not finished it yet, but he really sat there and worked on it for quite some time. Each page takes me a while to work on as well, so no judgement on his time from me!  While I am enjoying them, I do have 2 things I wish they would change:
1 - Maybe make the book binding spiral or have the perforated pages. 

2 - Don't have the images bleed into the binding, I was having a hard time on some of them finishing coloring it in, because my color pencil would not fit in the binding, but the images was not colored all the way.  That was annoying to me.  
I also wish they would possibly come out with another line of the books on thicker paper for those that would like to try coloring with markers. All in all, I enjoyed them and see this as a great gift. With Valentines coming up, you could make a pampering gift basket and include a couple of these books with some new coloring pencils for "me time."  

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Here is the press release about the coloring books:

Since 2013, coloring books targeted to adults have topped bestselling charts, selling more than 1.5 million copies in over twenty-two languages. Five of the top thirty titles on Amazon’s bestseller list are coloring books aimed at adults. Skyhorse Publishing’s first four adult coloring books featuring the paisley and mandala motifs have already sold out four printings, selling at bookstores like Barnes & Noble, on Amazon, and at specialty stores like Michael’s Arts & Crafts and A. C. Moore.
Not unlike the adult summer camps and wine-and-painting parties that have surged in popularity over the last couple of years, coloring is a nostalgic activity that allows people to unplug and fend off the stresses of daily life. With our screen-weary culture, it’s no surprise that adult coloring events have begun to pop up across the US attracting “colorists” to unplug and unwind in social settings.
The recent surge in adult coloring is not just attributed to nostalgia but also its therapeutic effects. Coloring encourages creativity without the intimidation of staring at a blank page. In fact, research suggests that coloring within a premade design might help fight anxiety.  Clinical psychologist Kimberly Wulfert of explains that “In coloring, you’re being mindful, and when you move in a rhythmic fashion for an extended period of time, that becomes a meditation.”

This new Portable Coloring for Creative Adults series from Skyhorse is conveniently sized for with a 6.5 x 8.5 trim in hardcover, which is completely new and different and perfect for coloring on the go, whether on a plane, on the metro, on a park bench, or sitting in front of the TV. Featuring seventy-five detailed patterns ranging from meditative and wildlife-inspired designs to marine- and avian-inspired designs, these books are perfect for the beginner and expert color-er, and anyone in between. An introduction details how to get the most of your coloring book and the special foil cover treatment makes this an especially handsome gift!


Strike up a conversation with book from @JabberwockyKids @sourcebooks

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She enjoyed checking out the new books!

It has been said that the more you engage in conversation with children, the quicker they will pick things up. I believe that is why there is such a big draw to read to them as well,  you know, to let them pick up vocabulary words.  We read all the time, so Savannah hears conversation. If you have met me in real life (Broxton too) you know that there is rarely a quiet moment, so she hears talking all the time!   We were recently sent a set of books from The Smart Start Series and they are pretty good at engaging in conversation.  The books are meant to "Discover and Explore the everyday world with your child."   
In Around My House we explore the different rooms.  We go and see the playroom, living room, bedroom, bathroom and even the garage.  Each 2 page spread features that room.  You have a photo on one page and then the text on the other page.  
I will share a little from "In the Bathroom"
Do you take baths?  The bath can be a creative place.  What are the people in the picture doing in the bathtub?
Creative Thinking:
What do you think they are making with the bubbles?
Critical Thinking: 
What types of toys are fun to play with in the bath?
Mathematical Thinking: 
How hot is the bathwater?

In Let's Play, we discover different places to play such as the playground, in the rain, in snow and even in a box!  All of the books feature the same layout with the 2 page spread - photo on one side, text on the other.  
Here is a look at Playing in a Box:
The boys in the picture are pretending with boxes and props.  Let's pretend to play with them.
Creative Thinking:
What story do you think the boys are acting out in the picture?
Critical Thinking
What props and materials would you use if you could put your ship in the water?
Mathematical Thinking
How would you design a ship to fit a whole crew of your friends?

Let's Go to the Market is the third book.  What do you think is in here?  This time we look at selecting vegetables, choosing bread and even buying fish.
Let's look at Buying Fish:
The picture shows parents and children at a fish market in the Philippines.  Let's talk about a fish market.
Creative Thinking
Can you tell a story about the people in the market?
Critical Thinking
How did the fish get to the market?
Mathematical Thinking
Why do you think the scale is on the table?

I think these are great books to work on thinking and engaging in conversation.  This is more than simply reading a book out loud and the child listening.  This opens the door up for discussion on each page.  At the end of each book are additional questions if you are stumped on coming up with some on your own.  
Do you enjoy books like this?  Have you seen books like this before? (They are new to me, but I like the concept.)  


Wonder Years Season 4 #HappyValentines

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Know what I am getting my husband for Valentines this year?  Season 4 of the Wonder Years!!! Yep. that is the plan. There is nothing that he needs and really nothing that he wants, but I know he enjoys the Wonder Years (he grew up watching it more devoted than I did!)  We have the other seasons, so I though this would be great to add to the collection!  What are you getting the love in your life?


For six Emmy Award®-winning seasons, The Wonder Years on ABC captured the angst of growing up in suburban middle-class America in the late '60s, as seen through the life and times of Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage).  Audiences eagerly followed his evolution as a typical awkward teenager who remembered every moment of his transition from childhood with excruciating detail and remarkable hindsight. 
In Season 4, things are changing for Kevin as he enters his last year at Kennedy Junior High.  He should have it all figured out, but things don't go as smoothly as he had hoped: though he and Winnie (Danica McKellar) are in love and starting ninth grade - they're at different schools.  Arnold family life is changing, too, with Norma (Alley Mills) taking a new job at Kevin's school, Jack (Dan Lauria) getting a promotion, Wayne (Jason Hervey) buying a car and Karen (Oliva d'Abo) starting college. Kevin gets his first job caddying, is guilted into taking Paul's little sister to cotillion, and tries to crash a tenth-grader's slumber party (with beer).  He also finds Coach Cutlip (Robert Picardo) moonlighting as the mall Santa after subjecting the gym class to Death Ball and the President's All-American Physical Fitness Challenge.   But the biggest surprise might be from Paul (Josh Saviano), who announces that he'll be going to prep school in the fall.  It's a roller coaster ride, but the gang makes it to graduation and kisses Kennedy Junior High goodbye.
THE WONDER YEARS: THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON contains all 23 poignant and nostalgia-inducing episodes from Season 4, in their original broadcast versions across 4 loaded discs.  And, alongside the specially-produced bonus features including in-depth interviews and a behind-the-scenes featurette, the collector's set includes over three dozen songs as they were featured in the original broadcast, with classics by Joan Baez, The Beach Boys, The Byrds, Nat King Cole, Judy Collins, Lee Dorsey, Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, Jimi Hendrix, The Monkees, Randy Newman, Smokey Robinson &; the Miracles, Sam &;; Dave, Bob Seger, Edwin Starr, The Ventures, The Who, Hank Williams, and many more, plus Joe Cocker's unforgettable rendition of The Beattle's With a Little Help from My Friends.

  • Featurette: ABC: Teachers That Made a Difference
  • Interviews with: Fred Savage (Kevin Arnold), Robert Picardo (Coach Cutlip), Ben Stein (Mr. Cantwell), Wendel Meldrum (Miss White/Mrs. Heimer)

"Growing Up"       
When I'm Sixty-Four-Instrumental
Goodnight Irene-On-Screen Character Performance       
Forever Young-Joan Baez 

"Ninth Grade Man"       
How Sweet It Is to Be Loved by You-Marvin Gaye 
Be My Baby-The Ronettes

"The Journey"       
March from the River Kwai and Colonel Bogey-Mitch Miller & His Orchestra and Chorus
War-Edwin Starr
Daydream Believer-The Monkees 

"The Cost of Living"       
We're In The Money-Instrumental
Working in the Coal Mine-Lee Dorsey

"It's a Mad, Mad, Madeline World" 
Hey, Good Lookin'-Hank Williams 

"Little Debbie"       
Tutti Frutti-On-Screen Character Performance
Teach Me Tonight-On-Screen Character Performance
In The Mood-On-Screen Character Performance
Try To Remember-On-Screen Character Performance
You've Got to Be a Football Hero-University of Michigan Band
Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing-Four Aces
Moonlight Serenade-Glenn Miller & His Orchestra

 "The Ties That Bind"       
At Last-Nat King Cole
Plenty To Be Thankful For-Instrumental 
Happy Holiday-Instrumental 

"The Sixth Man"       
Let's Go (Pony)-The Routers 
Sweet Cherry Wine-Tommy James and the Shondells 

"A Very Cutlip Christmas"       
Sleigh Ride-The Ventures
Winter Wonderland-On-Screen Character Performance
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town-Instrumental
Frosty The Snowman-Instrumental 

"The Candidate"       
Respect-Aretha Franklin 
Wipe Out-The Surfaris 

God Only Knows-The Beach Boys

How Do You Do?-Mouth & MacNeal
Rescue Me-Fontella Bass
Mustang Sally-Wilson Pickett
You Are Everything-The Stylistics 

The Syncopated Clock-Percy Faith and His Orchestra
Purple Haze-The Jimi Hendrix Experience 

Tossin' and Turnin'-Bobby Lewis
Lean on Me-Bill Withers

"Road Trip"       
The Third Man Theme-Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians
Love The Way You Do
Everybody Loves Somebody 
Moon River
My Dog's Bigger Than Your Dog
Teach Your Children-Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 

"When Worlds Collide"       
Soul Man-Sam & Dave 

"The Yearbook"       
I'm Different-Randy Newman 

"The Accident"       
The Tears of a Clown-Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
We've Got Tonite-Bob Seger
Walk-Don't Run-The Venture
Smoke Gets in Your Eyes-The Platters 

"The House That Jack Built"       
To Each His Own-Ink Spots 
The Times They Are A-Changin'-Bob Dylan 

Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is a Season)-The Byrds
I Think It's Going to Rain Today-Randy Newman
With a Little Help from My Friends-Joe Cocker 

"The Wonder Years"       
For What It's Worth (Stop, Hey What's That Sound)-The Buffalo Springfield
Come Softly to Me-The Fleetwoods
My Generation-The Who
In My Life-Judy Collins

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Love Disney Princesses? Grab Snow White on Blu-Ray!

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It has been a while since I watched any of the classic Disney princess movies. Now that we have our baby girl, I know we will be watching them all over again and I am thrilled to see the wonder and excitement as she watches each one of them!  ( I originally had most of them on VHS, but those days are long gone!  Time to start stocking up on Blu-Ray! )  While I did enjoy Snow White, I think I loved the dwarfs more than the Princess back then, so it will be interesting to see it now and see who I am drawn more to!  Available on Blu-Ray February 2nd, plan on adding this to your home library!  

Forever enchanting and inspiring, Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs embodies The Walt Disney Signature Collection’s legacy of animation.  In this epic story of love and friendship, the kind and beautiful princess Snow White wins the hearts of the Seven Dwarfs and triumphs over the evil plans of a wicked Queen.  Share the movie called “The Greatest Animated Film Of All Time," (American Film Institute) on Blu-ray February 2nd and on Digital HD January 19th, with special features for the entire family!


 Forever enchanting and inspiring,Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs embodies The Walt Disney Signature Collection’s legacy of animation.  In this epic story of love and friendship, the kind and beautiful princess Snow White wins the hearts of the Seven Dwarfs and triumphs over the evil plans of a wicked Queen.  Share the movie called “The Greatest Animated Film Of All Time," (American Film Institute) in High Definition Blu-ray and for the first time ever on Digital HD, with special features for the entire family!

Voice Cast:                 

 Adriana Caselotti (“The Wizard of Oz”) as Snow White
Roy Atwell (“A Powder Romance”) as Doc; 
Stuart Buchanan (“Super-Speed”) as Huntsman;
Lucille La Verne (“Abraham Lincoln”) as Queen/Witch;
Moroni Olsen (“Notorious”) as Magic Mirror; 
Harry Stockwell (“Here Comes the Band”) as Prince;
 Eddie Collins(“Drums Along the Mohawk”) as Dopey;
 Pinto Colvig(“Mickey and the Beanstalk”) as Sleepy/Grumpy; 
Billy Gilbert (“The Great Dictator”) as Sneezy; 
Otis Harlan (“A Midsummer Night’s Dream”) as Happy; 
and Scotty Mattraw (“In Old Chicago”) as Bashful.

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Monkey Up, starring Crystal the monkey digital download available now!

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Guess what everyone?  Air Bud Entertainment  (we love that dog and the "buddies" all from Air Bud Entertainment)  has a new movie out for us all to enjoy...  "Monkey Up" is available for digital download today and will be available on DVD on February 2

The film is also showing in AMC Theaters January 22 - 31

Read the information below to learn more about.  I will be reviewing it soon and will let you know my thoughts!  

A hilarious and heartwarming movie for the whole family, MONKEY UP stars ‘Crystal’ the adorable and multi-talented Capuchin monkey that audiences have fallen in love with in dozens of film franchises including The Hangover and Night at the Museum. The exciting new adventure introduces Crystal’s character ‘Monty’ -- the star of Monkey Up energy drink commercials…who dreams of breaking out of advertising to become an A list player on the Hollywood scene.
We’re thrilled to team up with Starlight Children’s Foundation," said Anna McRoberts, President of Air Bud Entertainment. "Our company's mission is to serve children and families and we are proud to support Starlight's critical work in communities around the world," McRoberts added. “Together with many great partners, Air Bud is happy to help Starlight make a difference to so many children and families.”

MONKEY UP marks the first time Crystal the monkey has landed a starring role in a full length feature film. The movie has been rated ‘Family Friendly’ by The Dove Foundation – a recognition awarded to movies, DVDs, made for TV movies and specials, books and other entertainment products that portray and encourage positive values.
Joining MONKEY UP primate-star Crystal, are John Ratzenberger (TV’s Cheers, all Pixar films), David Milchard (YouTube sensation Convos with my 2-Year Old), Danny Woodburn (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2), Erin Allin O’Reilly (Dumb and Dumber to), Jonathan Mangum (House at the end of the Drive) and Skylar Astin (Pitch Perfect 2). Astin is the voice of Crystal in her role as ‘Monty.’   MONKEY UP is directed by Robert Vince.  It is written by Robert Vince, Anna McRoberts, Kirsten Hansen and Mary Pocrnic.  Produced by Anna McRoberts. 


Meet Monty -- a precocious actor, spokesperson and… a talking Capuchin Monkey!  He’s the face of the energy drink, ‘Monkey Up,’ but he dreams of becoming the first award-winning monkey movie star.  When the greedy owner of Monkey Up has other plans for Monty, the chase is on! He escapes with the help of his new family, the Andrews, and his hilarious primate siblings, Mort, Mooner, and Melody in an uproarious chase that proves Monty really is the ‘fast and the furriest’. Together they help Monty discover that fame and fortune come and go, but family is forever! MONKEY UP is rated ‘PG’ by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and has a suggested retail price of $14.99 (Canada $14.95.)

Shimmer and Shine from Nickelodeon

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Nickelodeon has a new DVD coming out at the beginning of February.  We have yet to see the show, but from the list of items available on Amazon, it seems like a good show that kids are enjoying.  Read below to learn more about it. 

About Shimmer and Shine:
Twin sisters Shimmer and Shine are Leah's secret genies-in-training! Leah always has some dilemma that she needs her magical friends' help with, and the genies are happy to grant her three wishes a day.  As genies-in-training, they sometimes misinterpret what Leah wishes for, and often times they'll accidentally grant her wishes she didn't even mean to make. Each wrong wish quickly compounds into a crazy adventure. Ultimately, through teamwork, the genies and Leah find a way to fix the problem without the use of wishes.
Shimmer and Shine airs on Nickelodeon, weekdays at 11:30 am ET/PT.
Shimmer and Shine includes the following episodes:
  • Genie Treehouse - Leah and Zac try building a treehouse but find themselves in over their heads. Leah asks her genies for a treehouse and is thrown for a loop whenShimmer and Shine turn her house into a house of trees.
  • Ahoy, Genies! - When Leah's bucket full of beach treasures floats into the vast ocean, Leah summons Shimmer and Shine to help her retrieve the loot. With the genies' assistance, a typical day at the beach quickly escalates into a magical beach treasure hunt, complete with a treasure map, pirate ship, and a talking parrot.
  • The Sweetest Thing - When Leah wishes for help making cupcakes for her school bake sale, she and the genies find themselves stuck with a giant birthday cake, some farm animals and a river of cupcake batter. How in the world will Leah finish her cupcakes without any wishes left, or worse, explain all this craziness to her curious (and hungry) neighbor Zac?
  • Lights! Camera! Genies! - When it looks like Movie Night will be a no-go, Leah asks Shimmer and Shine for some movie magic help. But when they accidentally wish the movie to life, they turn Leah into a medieval princess with a flying dragon to tame in her own backyard.
  • What a Pig Mess - When Leah's party food accidentally gets run over by Zac in his battery-operated car, Leah needs to figure out what else to bring fast. Leah asks her genies for more Pigs in a Blanket, but the genies give her real pigs wrapped in a blanket. It's up to Leah and the girls to catch the fast little pigs and find a way to fix this hog-sized mistake.
  • Abraca-Genie - Leah notices Zac the Magician's magic tricks aren't going quite so well, so she calls on her genies for some real magic assistance. But Shimmer and Shine aren't getting the tricks right either and suddenly more than a rabbit pops out of Zac's hat - a whole zoo of animals. The girls have to find a way to fix the magical mess before Zac's big performance.
  • Dino Mite! - After searching endlessly for Zac's missing dinosaur toy, Leah asks her genies to wish up a replacement and gets stuck with a real live Apatosaurus. Now Leah, Shimmer and Shine have to figure out a way to fix this behemoth mistake before Zac finds out - and it all starts with a little bit of dino training.

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