Hi everyone! I’m back after taking a much needed break and I’ve got some exciting things to share with you! Over the weekend, I had the BEST NIGHT with some sweet blogger friends at Disneyland Resorts. Our friend Erin Ziering invited us to a Disney Girls Night Out and it was so much fun! There are always so many new and exciting things happening at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure so it was the perfect place for a GNO!
Disney On Ice returns to the Southland this winter with Dare to Dream! The tickets are on sale now so be sure to pick them up before it’s too late.
Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream will feature five Disney Princesses who show bravery and courage. Disney’s Moana will skate for the first time as host Mickey and Minnie Mouse guide us through the magic of Disney. Guests will be whisked away to snow-covered mountains and raging seas and see beloved characters and some of their favorite Disney Princesses.
Nestled in the suburbs of Anaheim, about 20 miles away from Disneyland is Castle Peak and Thunder Railroad. Have you heard of it? If you haven’t, you are in for a treat! It’s a backyard garden and railroad that’s designed and constructed by architect David Sheegog!
In one word– it is AMAZING. I first found out about it from a mom friend who lives in the area and forgot about it until recently. He opens up his backyard on select weekends for people to come visit for free!
Paid support and free product for this post is sponsored by Huffy and Disney; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
I can’t believe that it’s already November! Soon it will be Thanksgiving and then my favorite time of year- Christmas and the holiday season! I know that sometimes the holidays can be filled with stress especially as we shop for the perfect gift for our loved ones. But hopefully during this time of year, I can help you out by highlighting some amazing gifts like this one- the Disney Royal Horse and Carriage by Huffy! When I let A open her gift early at the park, she was so excited! She couldn’t wipe the smile off her face!
I’ve never jumped on the “Elf on the Shelf” tradition. I’ve seen numerous Facebook friends post about the creative ways their elf would get into trouble. There were also some friends who would complain about having to move the elf or how they forgot to move their elf. It seemed like too much of a hassle.