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Disney’s Pixar New Movie Coco Review…

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The new Disney Pixar Film hits Theater November 22, 2017

LasVegasMomsBlog had the pleasure of viewing an advance screening of the new Disney Pixar Movie Coco. Pixar took us on an exciting adventure into the world of the Latino Culture- festive holiday

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celebrated in Mexico,- Dia De Los Muertos (to honor the dead). Which teaches us the importance of the Mexican Culture. Viewers will learn about the history and all the customs and rituals involved. 

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Coco:
Starts by introducing a little boy name Miguel Rivera, a 12-year-old Mexican boy who dreams of becoming a famous Troubadour like his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz. A guitar hero and movie star (inspired by Pedro Infante and Jorge Negrete). Miguel’s close-knit family who strongly disapproves of music, which Miguel has a hard time accepting and choose to go against his families beliefs and acts out of rebellion on the Day of the Dead.

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Which begins his journey into the land of the dead, where he encounters his idol, Hector, and his ancestors where his family secrets will be revealed and his magical journey begins.

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I thought the story line was brilliant and the illustrations, phenomenal. I enjoyed watching the Latino Culture unraveling onscreen giving the younger audience a glimpse of The Mexican culture in a very unique way. My favorite part of the film was the message it teaches young children “Value Family” – Miguel’s love and respect for his family showed us the value of family even if you don’t always agree with them. But most importantly he teaches children to respect his Elders at all times. There was definitely a lot more beautiful parts of the film that I won’t disclose. I do not want to give away to much of the film.

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I hope you enjoy the film as much as we did. I must warn you (Don’t worry its not a Spoil Alert) Don’t forget your Tissue! You are gonna need it, I was definitely caught by surprise as the tears rolled down my cheeks.

 

 

Overall, Coco will definitely win your hearts, its a Spectacular Family Flick that has a lot of Lovable characters, memorable scenes and beautiful music.  Plus, the kids might learn some new Spanish words by the end of the film.

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I have enclosed a couple of Awesome Coco Crafts for the kids. 

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https://family.disney.com/activity/november-2017-calendar-and-coco-coloring-page/

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https://family.disney.com/recipe/pan-de-muerto-hot-chocolate/

 

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FAMILY SERIES- At The Smith Center

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Kids and Adults alike: Are in for a treat with four new exciting and educational family shows. http://familyseries

What a perfect opportunity to take the family to see a show. It will certainly be an exciting, memorable experience.

Exposing your young one to the arts is beneficial in teaching your child about Creativity, Culture, Imagination, Communication and Patience.

I feel Performing arts will help teach children how to think creatively through Imagination. Creative skills are one of the most important skills that help teach children to be successful. It helps set the foundation for Children to learn how to communicate in a unique way through the art of music, acting, and dancing.

Bringing your little one to a theatre may be a challenging experience especially for the first time. But they will learn how to sit quietly, respect others, and pay attention in time.

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“Go, Dog. Go!” Let your imagination fly with musical romp

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“Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo.” Interact with life-sized dinosaur puppets

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“How I Became a Pirate” Sing along on the high seas

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“Mr. Popper’s Penguins” Watch a beloved book come alive 

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Everything is Awesome at LegoLand

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figure-lucy-emmetEverything is Awesome when you go to LegoLand! This has been a pretty exciting year for our family. Our little one officially turned 6 and What better way to celebrate then going to LegoLand? Our little one has definitely come a long way and we are very proud parents.

So this year we decided to surprise him and make his birthday extra special by taking him to the most awesomeness place ever.  With careful planning and research thanks to the website our trip went smoothly. I have included some tips, and pricing.

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 Out of all the tips enclosed our most useful one was the Reserve ‘N’ Ride, we were able to maximize our time on rides rather then lines.  Definitely worth paying a little extra. 

I hope your trip turns out as great as our family’s did. We enjoyed our time, at the Theme Park. Good luck with your next trip to LegoLand,  Don’t forget your camera and extra chargers, there is a lot of great photo opts.

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1. Bring a Minifigure to trade or buy one in the Park
2. Download our mobile app
3. Review height restrictions to plan your day
1. Download our Height Restrictions Guide
2. Download What to Do When You’re Two
4. Text us for help during your visit at 760-203-3604
5. Upgrade to our all-new Reserve ‘N’ Ride
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7. Parking
* Cars: $18
* Campers/RVs: $25
* Motorcycles: $5
* Preferred Parking: $25
Re-entry is available with valid parking stub during same day of visit. Buses and bicycles are free. Handicapped parking spaces are available near the park entrance, with valid placard. Six L2 car-charging stations available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Did you know if you Book Ahead 

For ONLY $6 more than a LEGOLAND Only ticket, add Water Park + 2nd Day when you book 7+ days in advance.

Includes two-day admission to:
* LEGOLAND® California
* LEGOLAND Water Park

Adult (ages 13+): Starting at $101
Child (ages 3-12): Starting at $95

Second visit must occur within 9 days of the first visit.

You are able to save more money by booking ahead than just doing a Walk-Up 

(Click on the link to view pricing) Walk-up tickets are available for purchase from any LEGOLAND California Resort ticket booth upon arrival.

legoland-annual-passI am not sure how long LegoLand has been doing the Annual Pass Memberships. But that is definitely a good option if you plan on making multiple trips or frequently visit the area. 

MERLIN ANNUAL PASS PREMIUM $279

(OR $48 DOWN PAYMENT + $21/MONTH)

MERLIN ANNUAL PASS STANDARD $ 199

(OR $34 DOWN PAYMENT + $15/MONTH)

LEGOLAND ANNUAL PASS

(OR $27 DOWN PAYMENT + $12/MONTH)

Not sure on which Annual Pass, check out there Comparison Chart for some help

imagesI would also recommend checking out the CITYPASS it includes more, if you plan on making trips to multiple Southern California Theme Parks.

 

 

 

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Found a Diamond in the Desert!!!

We recently had the pleasure of dealing with Blue Diamond Air Solutions when we realized our HVAC air filters were in need of replacement.  

From the moment they arrived they were very kind and professional.  They worked quickly to pull the old, dirty filters out, clean the cover, degrease the air intake vent and finally place the new filters.  I was surprised at how instant and noticeable the increased airflow through each vent was.  They also explained the many benefits of keeping a clean filter, including much cleaner air to breathe and reduction in energy costs due to higher efficiency of the increased airflow.  Being the mother of a child with allergies, the cleaner air is a HUGE benefit and a relief to me.  Our son even got a kick out of the installation, saying it looked like we had a ghostbuster in our house! 

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They recommend changing the filters quarterly or if there are pets in the home, bi-monthly.  The overall cost for us would only be $30 each time! ($5 per filter and a $20 service fee).  BDAS has been in business for a little over six months but they were very knowledgeable and were able to answer any questions I had for them.  I would highly recommend them to anyone I know. You can find them:

Online: http://www.bluediamondair.net/

Facebook: Blue Diamond Air Solutions

IG: @bluediamondair

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Birthdays at Discovery Children’s Museum- Is A Piece Of Cake!

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Birthdays  at Discovery Children’s Museum- Is A Piece Of Cake!
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Birthdays  at Discovery Children’s Museum- Is A Piece Of Cake!
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Birthdays  at Discovery Children’s Museum- Is A Piece Of Cake!

 

Are you planning a Birthday Bash for your little one? Well look no further! Discovery Children’s Museum got you covered. They make sure every Birthday is less stressful for the parents and fun-tastic for the kids. Every Birthday experience at the Museum includes all-access to their nine galleries- The Summit, Fantasy Festival, Eco CityPatents Pending, Toddler Town, Water World, Solve it Mystery Town, Young At Art, and It’s Your Choice 

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BIRTHDAY EXPERIENCE PACKAGES INCLUDE:

  • Unlimited use of the museum on the day of your Birthday Experience (before or after the celebration, during business hours)
  • 1.5 hours of festivities in the party room of your choice
    Birthday cake from Freeds Bakery (1/4 sheet cake) with candles, ice cream cups and drink
  • Option of birthday gift registry through the DISCOVERY Store (museum retail store)
  • Party favors – Favor Bags (5 and up) or musical instruments (4 and under)
  • 30 minute Birthday Experience activity
    Streaming Music
  • Ongoing customized video tribute of birthday child
    Solid-color place setting of your choice
  • Complete setup and cleanup handled by the museum
    Special DISCOVERY Children’s Museum birthday t-shirt for birthday child

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AVAILABILITY:
Birthday Experiences are available during regular museum operating hours on Saturday and Sunday only. Dates and times are subject to availability; please reserve your Birthday Experience in advance.

PRICING:
Prices start at $395 for a group of up to 16 children and 16 adults. A 50% nonrefundable deposit is required. Special discounts are available for museum members. Birthday Experience prices and programming are subject to change.

ADD-ONS:

*$30 per each additional guest
*Catering through Pop-Up Pizza
*Bottled water
*Upsizing of cake
*Extra time in room

 

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CONTACT US
Call 702-382-KIDS (5437) to make your worry-free, fun-filled and truly memorable Birthday Experience reservation* today!

*Reservations are booked on a first-come, first-served basis*

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National Geographic Kids Leveled Readers

Animals, Animals, Animals…

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That is what I generally think about when I hear the phrase National Geographic, especially when I am channel surfing and I stumble upon the TV Station, which is always a hit at our house.

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We love watching documentaries and learning about new things. My son’s favorite documentary, so far, is the king of the jungle! That’s right, Lions! Sometimes the stories are a bit sad but it helps teach the valuable lesson of the wild life.  Now our household is aware of the TV station, but the website was overlooked! Thanks to Moms Meet we had the opportunity to receive a package to review from National Geographic Kids.

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The books are phenomenal, the package included Pre-Reader to Fluent Reader, which is a great option for my pre-reader to enjoy. He loves his books and even brings it to Show and Tell so he can share with all of his friends. Every Tuesday my little one has Show and Tell with the Letters they’re focusing at school. He was super excited to show off his awesome new books.

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The books weren’t the only thing that he was excited for, the website, designed for kids, and had his full attention. There was so much for him to do, see and play. It was easy for him to navigate even though he isn’t a fluent reader. I would definitely recommend paying the website a visit and registering your child.

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I heart Avenger Station

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Are you looking for place to take the family?  Look no further, we have a perfect solution.  The Avengers Station Located at Treasure Island Hotel.  They have an awesome set up for the whole gang.  The best part is they have a great deal going on:

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Family Four Pack February. Superhero fans can purchase four entry tickets into the awesome attraction for just $99*, plus fees, with the code FAMILYDSCF0562

When:
Daily during the month of February
10 a.m. until 10 p.m. (last entry at 9 p.m.)

Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. at Treasure Island Las Vegas, the completely immersive and educational experience that brings visitors into the world of The Avengers launches Family Four Pack February. Superhero fans can purchase four entry tickets into the awesome attraction for just $99*, plus fees, with the code FAMILY.

The deal can only be purchased in person at the attraction’s box office.

*Children 3 and under are free of charge.

DSCF0689It is definitely a family attraction worth experiencing for all ages. Once you Step into The Avengers Station (Scientific Training and Tactical Intelligence Operative Network) you gain access to exclusive intelligence files, classified studies and experiments that explore the history and scientific origins of the Avengers while you train to become an official agent. You’re literally transported into your favorite superheroes world.  DSCF0460

Each station has a display of operational equipment such as Captain America, Hulk Bruce Banner, Vision’s Hawkeye, Black Widow, Ant-Man, Iron Man, Thor, and so much more.  There is so much information and equipment on display that you literally learn more about the superheroes and villains.  DSCF0467 

Each room has a Unique character theme.  You can make the experience even more interactive with a downloadable Avenger Station App (available on IOS and Android) or you can rent there device with the app already pre-installed. Which contains fun facts, trivia and etc.DSCF0505

Once your briefing is done. At the conclusion of the experience there is a final battle. Once you turn in your device you’re Super hero is revealed and your group is ready to battle Ultron.DSCF0678

We definitely had fun going in a group and taking the tour together.  The kids where thrilled to find there favorite Avenger on display with there buddies… They did a lot of observation and interaction. It was a unique experience. That made the experience worth while. The only thing I regret was not taking more pictures with my rented device.  I could of had more selection on pictures to buy. DSCF0595

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Connecting with Family to Family Connections

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45239_143737908992087_916307_n-2Hi Moms! Are you looking for something to do with your kids 0-5 years old?! Are you looking for helpful resources? I can’t count how many times I did Google searches, Facebook searches and meetup searches. I was always looking for activities or classes to take my son to. Since he’s an only child, I kept hearing my friends and family say, “You should make some mommy friends so your son can interact with other children.”12992072_1149997478366120_1446597005_n-2

When I first moved out here I didn’t need to worry so much about making friends with other moms. I was constantly traveling back and forth to CA to visit my friends and family so my son was okay. He was getting all kinds of human interaction. Or so I thought! After a while, the constant road trips started taking their toll. I was getting burned out driving constantly: Some family members that I visit moved a little farther away so visiting everyone became harder. Plus, I started to miss staying at my own house here in Nevada. Eventually I decided to give Nevada a chance to grow on me. I started to do my research looking for ideal places to take my son.20151013_112524

I found a lot of awesome places to go but they lacked social interaction for my son. I eventually enrolled him in an indoor play area. We were content for a couple of months, but I just didn’t see my son utilizing any of the equipment or lessons they were teaching. He also started to get bored and do his own thing by himself. I thought to myself, “Wow this an expensive hangout.” I also wasn’t making any friends there; All of the mommies there were either nannies or already split off into groups. None of them were inviting new members so I just kept to myself and played with my son. I decided to end my membership and try Rec Center Classes, which was great and they had a variety of classes available, but after a while the mommy and me classes were scarce.  12986587_1149997868366081_1934384035_o-2

Next, I tried to enroll my son in some independent classes and it never worked out: He had major separation anxiety and teachers didn’t want to waste the limited amount of time comforting him. Back to the computer it was and I did more research to find things to do. I am not sure how I stumbled upon Family to Family Connection, but boy was I happy I did. They have an awesome group of ladies working there who are so helpful and understanding. They are very patient with my son and the classession are great. 

Please visit their website and check out their monthly calendar. You just may find the perfect for you too!

http://new.family2familylv.org/classes.html

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The Snacks That Give Back

Thanks to HouseParty I had the opportunity to learn more about Box Tops. Timg_4193o be honest I really never paid too much attention to them partially because I didn’t have a child in school yet. Now that my little one started school, I thought this party would be a perfect way to learn more about it. I am so grateful that I was chosen to participate, it gave me an opportunity to educate myself about the importance of Box Tops.

First off, I have to commend General Mills for creating a program that was designed to give back to our schools. They created the program to support education and benefit American schools. The program was doing so well that they expanded and included other brands such as Pillsbury, Old El Paso and Green Giant. As the program proved to be such a huge successful that they decided to add non-food brands to the program such as Ziplock, Hefty, Kleenex and Scott products. All of these expansions gave schools more opportunities to earn money while boosting sales of participating products. It is really a win-win for both schools and General Mills. Hopefully, they will continue to expand the list to add more brands. The more the merrier!

http://www.boxtops4education.com/earn/participating-products

img_4200-1The next time you are browsing the store and can’t decide which brands to buy, maybe Box Tops will be the tie breaker. If you do purchase a Box Tops item, remember to clip it and set it aside. It’s as easy as 123! I get it, it’s really easy to forget but hey it’s okay! Whenever you remember to do so, save the Box Tops and eventually you will develop a habit. Maybe initially you will see it as a hassle, a waste of time, but don’t be discouraged. Donating Box Tops is like donating money to schools without breaking your bank account. They may only be worth ten cents, but eventually that ten cents becomes fifty cents, then a dollar and so on, those dollars and cents add up quickly. Think about every student bringing in a dollar each week or month, it adds up quickly!

Education is the key to our children’s future as well as ours, so why not help your local schools buy the things they need: books, computers, playground equipment and more. Be a part of a great cause, help improve our education system. Will you take that pledge? Will you help make a difference in children’s lives? Will you help make our future a little brighter? I know I will!

Check out these other awesome ways to save while helping:img_4396-1

Digital Coupons/Printable Coupons http://www.boxtops4education.com/coupons

Prime Pantry offers up to 20% savings which is an awesome perk!

Double the Cash for your school with the new bonus app:
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In-Store Bonus Offers: http://www.boxtops4education.com/earn/in-store-offers                                                                                                                 img_4197-1

Collection Drive: http://www.boxtops4education.com/clipboard

Sweepstakes and Giveaways: http://www.boxtops4education.com/earn/bonus-winners

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Becoming the Woman I Want My Daughters To Be

Have you ever seen a behavior in someone else that turned you off, only to later realize that you are guilty of the same behavior? I have found myself in this place lately.  I realized that it is important that I become or am becoming the woman I would like my daughters to be one day. I want my daughters to have their priorities straight and be strong women each with strong character. The hard part about this is that I am their primary role model and they are influenced by me more than anyone else.  So I have been doing a lot of self examination and I don’t exactly like some of the things I have forced myself to see. I find it easy to spot someone else’s shortcomings, but when reviewing my own actions, I sometimes miss that I am guilty of doing some of the same things. One trait I see in myself that I can’t stand in others is that I am materialistic.  I am so disgusted when people flaunt there possessions or feel that a fancy pair of shoes or an expensive bag can make them better than the next person. But guess what?! I make  it a priority to have fancy shoes and expensive bags! Somehow in my mind I am not as bad because I am not showing it off on social media and bragging about it in my social circles. The truth is my children more than anyone else see that these material things hold value to me. And seriously, what stupid goals to have! I would never want my girls to set goals that consist of buying ridiculously expensive stuff to determine their worth. Now don’t get me wrong , I fully believe in caring for yourself and presenting your best self, but this should not mean that you have to spend thousands of dollars to achieve that. I would love for my girls to feel just as good about themselves in a nice clean pressed outfit from a discount super store as they would in a outfit from one of the most expensive brand name stores.  Now the big problem for me is that I need to change. I need to stop wasting money on stupid stuff and get my priorities straight. I have to be less brand focused so that my girl don’t grow up to be brand focused. With all the bragging on social media that I see, I really need to be a strong positive role model at home for my girls so they don’t get sucked into that nonsense like I did. 

 

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