Miracles happen around us everyday. Sometimes we are able to recognize them for what they are, other times we do not realize or appreciate them until later. Despite this, miracles continue to happen all the time. My biggest miracle is my baby girl Anabelle. Born a preemie at 30 weeks 2 days, she spent 54 days in NICU. Each day was a miracle, each moment was a miracle, and most definitely the biggest miracle was bringing home a happy and healthy baby.
See that symbol in the middle with the eye, that’s the Eye of Horus. Little known fact – I have the Eye of Horus tattooed on the inner wrist of my right hand. Many moons ago I wanted one of those evil eye thwarting necklaces. Thing is, you can’t buy it for yourself – and no matter how many hints I dropped, no one seemed to be understanding me. So I did the next best thing, I got a tattoo.
Is your child just as obsessed with the new Disney Lion Guard? It’s been on replay at my house as often as the girls can watch tv! To celebrate the release of the amazing Disney Lion Guard DVD, we’d love to offer you some prizes that could become your collectibles and add to the Disney memorabilia you already have.
The movie is about Kion, the second-born cub of Simba and Nala.
If you’ve ever had to move as a child you know that it can be a time that is filled with emotions. Children feel all sorts of emotions throughout their day, and getting to know them is a healthy part of growing up. Understanding emotions allows a child to express themselves without fear of what is happening. Joy is a favorite emotion in our home – especially with the girls.
Last night we enjoyed a family movie night with all of our emotions from Inside Out.
Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored collaboration with Disney and Walt Disney Pictures. I received an all-expense paid trip from Disney so that I could gather and share this information. However, all experiences and opinions are always 100% my own as this post is written by me in its entirety.
Many eons ago the opportunity to be an extra in a movie came knocking on my door. “But of course I’ll do it” erupted from my mouth even though no one was around to hear it.