Yesterday my son calls me and tells me that his childhood dreams are finally coming true. Confused as he always makes me I ask him what in the world he’s talking about. Seems he heard before even I did that Disney Pixar is finally releasing a sequel to the very popular Incredibles movie. Jason was around 8 years old when Incredibles first hit theaters, he turns 21 later this month – I know, I can’t believe it either.
Back in August I was getting ready to head out to Disney Pixar Studios to catch a first look at the upcoming animated film COCO. Unfortunately I had to cancel last-minute because the girls were sick. It seems like ages ago and time has flown by so quick that COCO is just about ready to hit the theatres on November 22nd. The girls are just as excited as I am to see the movie, so I’m keeping them busy with these Disney Pixar COCO coloring pages and activity sheets until then.
Image having the fun of an amusement park right in your own home? With the Step2 Disney Pixar Cars 3 Roller Coaster you can! Perfect for use inside or even outside in the backyard, your little one will have a blast as they race away in a Lightning McQueen themed coaster car.
It’s been a while since I’ve been in San Francisco, three years to be exact. My first visit ever to San Fran was back in 2012, we spent about four days on the wharf. We visited all the fun places like Ghirardelli Square, the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, the boys rented a funky vehicle and drove down Lombard street and we ate dinner in Little Italy.
In Disney•Pixar’s COCO you’ll find generations of characters, including Abuelita and great-grandmother MAMÁ COCO as well as an all Latino voice cast! Raising two multicultural girls, it’s important for our family to see a progression in the film industry. Especially in animated films that appeal to young and old. COCO brings two worlds – Land of the Living and Land of the Dead, together to bring music back to the hearts of an aspiring musician’s familia.