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Matzah at the Museum - Honoring Jewish holiday of Passover @ChildMuseumATL

Just thought I would share an email I received about The Children's Museum of Atlanta hosting a special event in honor of the Jewish Holiday of Passover.  Read below to learn more.  This event is open to people of all faith's to attend and learn more. 

Children’s Museum of Atlanta to host ‘Matzah at theMuseum’ on Sunday, April 17
Families invited to celebrate Passover with crafts, activities, performances and more!

ATLANTA (March 29, 2016) – Children’s Museum of Atlanta and the Marcus Jewish Community Center have teamed up to host Matzah at the Museum on Sunday, April 17 from 2 – 5 p.m.! This special event, which is part of the Museum’s signature “Meet the Holidays” program to celebrate and explore world cultures, will honor the Jewish holiday of Passover. Families are invited to enjoy a variety of themed activities, including craft stations, storytime, sing-alongs, science experiments and more. There will also be a special performance by Rabbi Brian Glusman to learn more about this holiday of freedom and liberation. People of all faiths and backgrounds are welcome to enjoy this fun-filled event!

WHAT:          Matzah at the Museum

WHEN:          Sunday, April 17
            2 – 5 p.m.
                        Event Schedule:
                        2 p.m. – Stories with PJ Library
                        3 p.m. – Passover songs and stories with Rabbi Glusman
                        4 p.m. – Super Spectacular Science Passover Show

WHERE:       Children’s Museum of Atlanta
275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive, NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

HOW:             This event is included in each regular admission to Children’s Museum of Atlanta. Admission for ages 1 – 100 is $14.95 (+tax). Children under one are free. Space is limited, so families are encouraged to act quickly and reserve their space in advance by calling ahead or purchasing a timed ticket online.


For more information or to support Children's Museum of Atlanta, visit
or call 404.659.KIDS [5437]


Manischewitz #Grape4Passover Contest

I was sent an assortment of product from Manischewitz to try out.  All thoughts are my own.  

We have been on the go it seems like all the time now, so I have not had a chance to try out the products that were sent to us from Manischewitz.  I just wanted to go ahead and share this information with you so that you could enter the contest if you wanted. Good luck!!

Manischewitz® Partners with Welch’s®
To Bring Welch’s Manischewitz 100% Grape Juice to Consumers
Enter the #Grape4Passover Contest Now until April 10th
NEWARK, NJ (April 2016) Manischewitz®, America’s #1 Kosher Brand, is proud to announce a special partnership with Welch’s®, America’s #1 Grape Juice Brand.   Manischewitz and Welch’s have teamed up to offer consumers 100% Grape Juice Kosher for Passover and all year round.  Welch’s Manischewitz Grape Juice is blended from a selection of the finest, fresh-pressed Concord Grapes.  Perfect for Passover and other celebrations, Welch’s Manischewitz 100% Grape juice is offered in 64oz and 96oz bottles.  Welch’s Manischewitz Grape Juice is a nutritious and wholesome option for consumers that has no artificial ingredients, no artificial flavors, no artificial colors, no artificial preservatives and is sulfite free.  
Welch’s and Manischewitz are also offering a delicious non-alcoholic, Sparkling Grape Juice in a 25.4oz bottle that has no artificial flavors, no artificial colors and is sulfite free. “Manischewitz and Welch’s are clearly focused on product quality and the Welch’s Manischewitz Grape Juice launch reinforces our ability to bring to market a delicious and wholesome drink.” says David Sugarman President and CEO of The Manischewitz Company. “With Welch’s expertise in Grape Juice combined with Manischewitz leadership in Kosher, we are thrilled to offer consumers a quality product from two well respected brands.”

“This product gives us the chance to bring a nutritious alternative to consumers who have only had one option for Grape Juice that’s Kosher for Passover,” says Ike Kim, Senior Brand Manager for Welch’s. “We’re excited to bring consumers our expertise in delivering a unique and delicious Concord Grape taste.”


·         We just added a new flavor to our growing Macaroon lineup.  Hazelnut Chocolate Macaroons has bursts of chocolate made with real hazelnuts. This year our new Macaroon flavor won “Best New Item for Passover at Kosherfest.

·         For your baking and cooking needs we have Gluten Free Matzo Meal and Gluten Free Cake Meal.  Great items for coating and cooking.  Both items have delicious recipes on pack to help you enhance your Passover holiday.

·         We expanded our Gluten Free Matzo with a new 3 pack of our 10oz Matzo bundled for convenience at a value price.

·         Adding to our line of Gluten Free Noodles we now have a Tri-Color Spiral Noodles with great texture and taste.

·         Introducing brand new gluten free cereal for PassoverMagic Max’s Chocolate Crunch Puffs and Magic Max’s Vanilla Crunch Puffs have pockets full of crème that are great for breakfast and snacking! 

·         For families that are on-the-go we have some great snacking items to offer.  Our Thin Potato Chips and Ripple Potato Chips will now be available with 9 snack-sized bags in a multipack tray.

·         We will also have brand new Gluten Free Grab n Go Chocolate Cookies and Gluten Free Grab n Go Chocolate Chip Cookies in a convenient take away cup that comes with a re-sealable lid.

·         Blueberry Bran Muffin Mix which include real blueberries to ensure great tasting muffin every time.  These muffins are also a good source of fiber to be enjoyed morning, noon or at night.

·         Our Balsamic Vinegar is also our latest item which is imported from the Modena region of Italy.  Manischewitz Balsamic Vinegar is great for vinaigrettes, marinades and glazes. This new item displays the Protected Geographical Indication seal which certifies it is an authentic product of Modena, Italy.

Enter the “Manischewitz #Grape4Passover” Contest

Manischewitz® invites you to submit a photo of you and a bottle of Welch’s Manischewitz 100% Grape Juice to enter the “Manischewitz #Grape4Passover Contest.”  A panel of judges will review all eligible entries to select the four (4) weekly winners and one (1) Grand Prize

From now until Sunday, April 10, 201611:59 PM (ET) consumers can enter the “Manischewitz  #Grape4Passover.” There are 4 chances to be a winner from the beginning to end, with a second chance to be a grand prize winner.  To enter go to the official Facebook page (Manischewitz,, you will then see where you can upload one photo per person of your entry.

Fun new rides just for kids! #SFOGTHRILLS

Hopefully you saw my last post about us being invited to Six Flags Over Georgia for the Grand Opening of Bugs Bunny Boomtown.  I didn't want to overload you with photos, so we are here now to tell more about the rides!  Boomtown is all about kids and we had a blast letting him play to his hearts desire!
Tweetys Tree House - 
This was perfect for an introduction to the rides.  On this ride, you go up 20 feet in the air and then it "drops" you. Not too fast so littles are giggling more than screaming.  See the smiles? So fun he had to ride more than once! 

Daffy Duck Bucket Blasters- 
This one has one of his big brothers on it. (He did manage to get them all on it with him!)  He loved it, because you shot the other people with the water ... and could also shoot the people standing to the side watching!  Sure to get lots of shrieks and laughter!

Speedy Gonzales Speed Boats- 
This one kinda caught him by surprise.  We thought it just went around and around, but it actually went up and down too, like a speed boat!   He was laughing and giggling, I just wish I would have gotten better pictures!

Bugs Bunny High Sea Adventure - 
The "boats" set sail and swung around in the air.  More than just kid swings, this was fun for him.  You could ride 2 people per boat or go solo.  (See some parents rode it too.) 

After riding the rides in Boomtown, we were finally able to talk him out of there so we could walk around the park.  As were meandering, we came to a stage where the characters were out dancing and having a blast.  Broxton and Daffy were doing the Whip N - Nay Nay at this point.  
Bugs and Lola got dressed up for the dance party!  Just had to get a picture of them!!!!

After all of that,we had to head back to Boomtown.  The playground (AKA Looney Tunes Adventure Camp) kept calling his name and this boy loves to run around.  We spent a good time there letting him get more energy out!   

That's All Folks!!!! 

As I mentioned in the previous post, the big brothers were able to join us for the day.  We had fun, good laughs and were able to make memories.  I will mention though, if you are in a cast... plan accordingly.  We had an injured player on our team and he ended up renting a wheelchair.  Most of the rides he wanted to go on, he wasn't allowed due to safety regulations with the wheelchair, so keep that in mind.  Even the rain could not keep the smiles off our faces and we left pretty close to closing time. *(The brothers made it from open to close.)
If you are looking for something to do for spring break or trying to plan summer break, please keep Six Flags in mind!!!
We were invited by Six Flags to attend.  All thoughts are my own.  

Spread the Word! #MeetDennis Coloring Sheet

Remember how I shared that Dinosaur Train is introducing Dennis to us??
Well, I just got a coloring sheet of Dennis and I wanted to share.
Print it out... Color it... Share on social media and use the hashtag: #MEETDENNIS
Lets spread the word that April is Autism Awareness Month!  


Bugs Bunny Boomtown, now open and ready #SFOGTHRILLS

We were recently invited to go to attend the Grand Opening of Bugs Bunny's Boomtown at Six Flags Over Georgia and I could not pass up such a fun time!   The big brothers came up for the day and it was full of fun. (Not even the rain could make us leave!)
As a child, I remember taking vacations to Atlanta.  I have been to Six Flags on more than one occasion though the years.  Actually, when I first moved to Atlanta in college, my roommate and I bought Season Tickets because we were going to go often enough for it to be worth it for us.  I hate to admit it, but ever since I had Broxton, I have not been a fan of motion like that.  I can't do roller coasters, trampolines and even car rides drive me crazy. Having a son (and driving near Six Flags all the time) I have been asked several times when I was taking him there.  I honestly have been meaning to take him, but I needed someone to ride with him, so I thought. After spending the day there, I realize now, we can go have a fun day at an amusement park and I don't have to find someone to ride with him!  

Getting ready for the ribbon cutting ceremony for Bugs Bunny Boomtown.  

I immediately went back to being a child as soon as I saw the characters getting ready for the event.  

Of course I had to get Broxton to take his pictures with each of the characters. They were so fun!  Photobombs and all, we were all laughing!  

It was Savannah's first time there, so I had to get her photo with someone.  Porky was nearby and didn't mind posing. See he's even holding on to the stroller. 

The president of Six Flags over Georgia was there.  We actually saw him throughout the day and he always had a smile on his face!!!

Right before the ribbon cutting, everyone was ready!!!

Stay tuned for my next post as I share the rides Broxton enjoyed in Bugs Bunny Boomtown!
(I didn't want to overload you with pictures in one post!) 

 I was invited by Six Flags to go enjoy the day.  All thoughts are my own.  
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