If you know me then you will know that I am a big Disney fan, Boo & I were very lucky to be invited to Disney’s Enchanted Christmas at Disneyland Paris in 2011 and we bought some beautiful baubles back from our trip which Boo has on her little tree every year. They hold such special memories for us! So when Disney Store got in touch recently to see if we would like to receive some of this years baubles we could not have been happier, Boo has been asking for some new baubles for her tree this year so it could not have come at a more perfect time 🙂
This Christmas, prepare to believe in miracles as Belfast-based children’s charity Cinemagic and Signature Entertainment present A Christmas Star, released in UK cinemas nationwide from 13th November, 2015 and on DVD, Blu-Ray, EST and VOD from 23rd November, 2015.
I’d been looking for the perfect personalised Christmas sacks for the kids for a while so was overjoyed when Izabela Peters got in touch a few weeks ago to see if we would like to review theirs. The hardest part for me was choosing the designs as they have so many different options but I finally decided upon the vintage white deer on red for Bugs and the vintage white deer on blue for Boo.
If you are anything like our family there is nothing we like more than curling up under a blanket on a Sunday afternoon after we have spent the morning at the park or out for a chilly walk. We tend to do this every Sunday during December and we love to get in the Christmas spirit by watching some of our favourite Christmas movies.
This year is the first year that we have had Netflix so we will be making the most of it, out go Mum’s TV series addictions and in come the cheesy movies 😉 Here is what we have added to our list to watch on our special family Sundays…
The Search for Santa Paws is a prequel to Santa Buddies. When Santa Claus travels to New York City and gets hit by a cab, loses his memory and gets the crystal that keeps him eternal stolen, it’s up to his new friend, his puppy named Paws to save him.
Jake Wilkinson has just one thing in mind for the holiday season: get home for Christmas dinner or forfeit the vintage Porsche he has been promised by his father. He is therefore more than slightly annoyed when he awakens just days before the deadline to find himself in the California desert, with no money, wearing a Santa suit and a glued-on beard. He must beg, hitch and crawl his way home, learning a few life lessons along the way.
Fifteen year old Eddie is on a shopping trip with his mother when she is tragically struck by a car and left in critical condition. With their father absent from their lives, Eddie and his brother Stewart face the daunting prospect of potentially losing their mother just as Christmas approaches. One night, Eddie s mother visits him in a dream urging him to find a halo so that she may be saved. Stewart scoffs at the idea but Eddie is determined. Will the brothers be able to find an angel and save their mother before Christmas?
Things we need to accomplish this wonderful tradition…
- Hot Chocolate with cream and marshmallows.
- Popcorn or other treats.
- The softest, cuddliest blankets and a sofa.
- A blazing log fire.
- A loving family.
- A darkened lounge.
Resulting in a perfect Sunday afternoon; what do you do with your Sundays? Do you have a favourite Christmas movie?