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I help teach the little kids at church all the time. They are my sweet little munchkins! During our Sunday morning class, we always try to watch a video that will bring home what the lesson is about.
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As I sit here writing this, I am watching Footloose. Not the newer version, which is okay — but the one I grew up. The one that stars Kevin Bacon (be still my heart!).
I love all the old 80′s and 90′s movies and television shows I grew up on. Honestly there is nothing like it. In fact, I have just filled my online Netflix queue with movies like Grease and Grease 2, Saved By the Bell, and Family Ties. My world is now complete!
On Saturday, Stephen and I took our youth group to see God’s Not Dead. When I first saw the trailer back at the end of 2013, I knew this was a movie that was going to be powerful and would definitely rock at the theaters. From Friday- Sunday, our local theater had sold out showings which made me SO very happy.
I grew up reading Sleeping Beauty, but I never knew what the wicked and evil queen’s name was — until Disney cleared that up for me with the excitement bubbling around Disney’s newest film.
I am super excited about tomorrow! The Muppets Most Wanted movie opens in theaters To get your little ones excited, here are some free activity sheets you can download.
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In our home we love science experiments and projects. My son was always a lover of cool shows on television that taught and showed him how to do things, and so is my daughter. We have spent many a homeschool day, piled up on the couch, getting our schooling in for the day using fun shows like How It’s Made, MythBusters, and more.
I just finished watching a cute 38 minute short film created by Disney about Blank — a white Vinylmation character who falls in love with Bow — another white Vinylmation character. After watching the film, I have a few thoughts I wanted to share with you on love, being different, and learning to love yourself.
My daughter is definitely looking forward to Captain America Winter Soldier which just happens to be coming out on her birthday. She has always been in love with him and all the other avengers and super heroes out there.
To celebrate the release of the film in theaters, Marvel has created these fun coloring pages!
The Winter Olympics have been on for a few days now. While I love watching these amazing sporting events, I also love to watch movies that share about winning and sports. Check out these 15 titles available on Netflix that will help you get ready for the Gold.
A never-before-heard Lana Del Rey rendition of “Once Upon a Dream” was unveiled as part of a 90-second sneak peek of Disney’s “Maleficent” during the 56th Annual Grammy Awards® on Sunday, January 26. “Maleficent” releases in U.S. theaters on May 30, 2014.
Award-winning, American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey has recorded a unique reimagining of the renowned fairy-tale tune from Disney’s classic animated film “Sleeping Beauty,” which will feature in the end credits of the upcoming Disney film.
Lana Del Rey’s “Once Upon a Dream” is free for a limited time, only on Google Play, Google’s online store offering digital music, movies, books, games and more. The song was made available as a free download today and will be available exclusively on Google Play through Monday, February 3rd [http://smarturl.it/ldrgps1].