(Review) It’s the Holiday Season in the Summer with Disney

(Contributed by Lauren Finkelstein of save1person.org)

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Prime Time Parenting sent this mommy blogger and world saver (www.Save1person.org) on another magical experience.  In the heat and humidity of New York City in the summer, I was escorted into a different time zone thanks to the folks at Disney.

When I walked into the building, it was Christmas and Chanukah time. In true Disney style, the red carpet was rolled out to showcase their upcoming collection for the holiday season.  From Mickey and Minnie to glitzy nail polish from our favorite mermaid, Ariel. New on the

Disney scene and wildly popular is the Sofia the First Magical talking doll. Did you know even vampires can be cute? Thanks to Disney, Vamprina Ballernia will be a big hit this holiday season too.

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What I liked the best was the makeovers at the event. I am happy that Disney has products for us big kids, after all, we all have a little bit of the Disney Magic leftover from childhood. It’s never too early, or too late, to wish upon star and get in on some of the hottest holiday gifts for the old and young from Disney.

Disclaimer: Lauren attended this preview event and the opinions here are her own. Samples of some of the new products from this event were distributed.



Extended Clip from Disney’s OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL

Disney Oz Picture


I just received this extended clip from Disney’s Oz the Great and Powerful. My 5 year old saw it and can’t wait to see it again. This is a great movie for the entire family.

Thanks to my friends at Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures for sharing this clip with me.

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Oz the Great and Powerful and Mariah Carey’s new music video for “Almost Home”

Last week I went to the screening of OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL with my 5 year old son. We had so much fun. The visual effects were outstanding and quite memorable. While we did see it in 3D, I have a feeling a movie like this is visually stimulating in any format.

As the end credits roll, Maria Carey’s beautiful voice can be heard in “Almost Home”. Thanks to my friends @DisneyOz, I can share this new music video for “Almost Home” with you right here.

“Like” OZ THE GREAT & POWERFUL on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ozthegreatandpowerful
“Follow” OZ THE GREAT & POWERFUL on Twitter: https://twitter.com/disneyozmovie
Visit the website: http://www.disney.com/thewizard
OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL is now playing in theatres everywhere!

2 Characters You Will Love From Oz The Great And Powerful

Last night I was invited to preview Oz the Great and Powerful in New York. Disney.com just posted a hilarious new video interview with Zach Braff (“Finley”) and Joey King (“China Girl”) where they interview each other about the movie, which opens in theatres this Friday! I immediately fell in love with both China Girl and Finley. Stay tuned, guests hungry for more from the Emerald City can watch an exclusive two-minute clip from the film only on Disney.com this coming Friday!

This was not a paid post. I did receive 2 tickets to preview the movie. The words expressed in this post are my own opinion.

Crafts, Karaoki …and Snow! Radio Disney Delivers to the Desert

by Audrey Matalon-Rogers http://www.GiveMeMilk.com http://www.ZenMotherhood.com

Like all things pint size and worth getting excited about (like mini muffins), Radio Disney tailored New Year’s Eve for the kids at the Phoenix Zoo. There were great incentives for parents to attend such as a sweepstakes to win 2013 Chevrolet Traverse, a trip to Disney Park and the Justin Bieber concert. But even more incentives for the kids like tons of snow that Disney brought to the desert.

The Magic Expands At The New Fantasyland At Walt Disney World

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You know you had a much needed and very successful vacation to Walt Disney World when you can’t stop singing the lyrics to “Under The Sea” or “Be Our Guest”.  Another sure sign of a fantastic vacation is that the minute you get back home you are planning another visit back there ASAP. Yes, that is what my most recent visit to the New Fantasyland at Walt Disney World has done to me. I owe this opportunity to Project You Magazine, as I was asked to cover the Grand Opening Celebration of the New Fantasyland.

I have gotten to know and love Belle and Ariel in recent years. This past week, I was in their very own villages and grottos, something I never imagined possible. That is, if you don’t believe that dreams come true. When in Walt Disney World, dreams do come true. Even as a primetimeparent, I felt the magic in every event and attraction.


New Fantasyland is the largest expansion in the history of the Magic Kingdom Park, now making this twice as magical. The Magic Kingdom castles triple and this is a lovely site. Across the skyline, the Cinderella Castle is now joined by the Beast’s Castle and Prince Eric’s Castle beyond that. “Walt Disney once promised that Disneyland, and by extension all of our parks, would never be complete as long as there is imagination left in the world,” said Tom Staggs, Chairman, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.


At the New Fantasyland Grand Opening Celebration

As part of this very special Press Event, other incredible surprises included a dragon flying over Belle’s Village and Gennifer Goodwin and Jordin Sparks live at the New Fantastyland Grand Opening Celebration!


Prince Eric’s Castle

Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid, this was one of our favorites, we went on it twice. We rode in clamshells as the story of “The Little Mermaid” and Ariel’s adventure was portrayed against a musical backdrop of songs from the film. This ride also has incredible technological enhancements. We looked up and saw Ariel swimming in the ocean. Just like the ride promises, we were ‘under the sea’.

Across the stone gargoyle bridge from Ariel’s new home, the story of “Beauty and the Beast” is brought to life. There lies the Beast’s Castle, where Be Our Guest Restaurant takes the story and puts it right in your very own hands. There are three dining rooms: the stately Ballroom, the forbidden, dramatic West Wing and the delicate Rose Gallery. While we did not taste the food, we did wait to take a picture with the Beast in the Armor Hallway, where six suits of armor stand along the wall. These metal figures are actually whispering to each other, listen closely when you are there.

The food at the Be Our Guest Restaurant was designed by a team of Disney chefs to develop French-inspired dishes. There is a quick-service menu for lunch and more elegant table service for dinner. Definitely make reservations, and to do so call (407) WDW-DINE or book online at www.disneyworld.com/dine. Also check out the Disney Dining Plan here.

Just outside the village, another Disney princess awaits in Maurice’s cottage. Even as an adult, I am in awe of Belle’s beauty and grace. It is also interesting to know what she was like before she became a Disney princess! Now, an all-new attraction, Enchanted Tales with Belle, gave me a look inside Belle’s world. I just love how stacks of books and sketches – reflecting Belle’s passion for reading and her father’s for inventing- are displayed all over the cottage.

In true Disney ‘imagnineering’, Maurice’s workshop transports guests further into the story of Beauty and the Beast. An Enchanted Mirror is lit up and transformed into a doorway that leads to the Beast’s Castle. Inside the Beast’s Castle, a very animated and life size Madame Wardrobe engages in conversation with guests. Yes, the show is now on us. A Disney cast member selects people and distributes props so that they become part of the storytelling experience by playing the characters from “Beauty and the Beast”. My very own 4 year old son was selected to play the Beast! My son with Belle in his role as the Beast in Enchanted Tales with Belle.


Another magic door opens and we walked into the Beast’s library and were greeted by an animated Lumiere. Lumiere narrates the story as the selected participants play out the story with Belle. This interactive storytelling adventure – the “tale as old as time” concluded with Belle dashing off to see the Beast. We were certainly enchanted!

Outside of the Beast’s Castle, there is plenty of shopping at Bonjour!Village Gifts. In the same area, Ariel’s Grotto is tucked into the seaside cliffs. Yes, Ariel is there perched atop her seashell pedestal, a photo opportunity for sure!

I just loved visiting Belle’s Village, built around a bronze stature of Gaston in a hero’s pose with sidekick LeFou. More of the story is brought to life at Gaston’s Tavern. Here you can taste LeFou’s Brew, a no-sugar-added frozen apple juice with a hint of toasted marshmallow, topped with all-natural passion fruit-mango foam. If you have certain food allergies, ask the Disney cast member if you can check the labels of these items. During our visit, we found them extremely helpful with our special dietary needs.


Esti takes a picture with Gaston in front of Gaston’s Tavern in Belle’s Village

Not far off from the New Fantasyland is big under the Big Top in the Storybook Circus section. Again, Disney imagineers have provided something for all of the senses! There are peanut shells embedded into the concrete; the smell of caramel corn, and circus train tracks that lead everywhere! Remember Dumbo, the Flying Elephant? Now inside Storybook Circus, it has double in size with two Dumbos – one going clockwise, the other counterclockwise. Something very nice about the location of this iconic ride is that it is now underneath an air-conditioned “big top” area. This is great to beat the heat and a way for kids to immerse themselves in interactive experiences while awaiting their turn on the ride. Everybody receives a circus ticket pager that notifies them when it is their turn for the ride. For those that are on a tighter schedule, the FASTPASS option is also available.

You can also catch a ride on The Barnstomer featuring the Great Goofini. This is a family-friendly coaster that dips and turns around the circus grounds. In another tent inside Storybook Circus, Pete’s Silly Slideshow showcases some well-known Disney characters as they await their chance to, hopefully, join the circus.

Something we love to do is take a train ride around the Magic Kingdom. There is a train station conveniently located inside Storybook Circus. This passenger train is powered by an antique steam engine, something kids will really enjoy seeing.

It was really magical to see and experience the New Fantasyland and the other new attractions at the other parks. See what’s in store for the future of the Magic Kingdom:

Located in the Castle Courtyard in the center of Fantasyland, Princess Fairytale Hall, which will be the new home for Disney princesses to await their loyal subjects. That’s not all, The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train will take guests on a rollicking, musical ride into the mine “where a million diamonds shine.” Joining the ride will be music from the classic Disney film and animated figures of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. All of this set to open in 2012.

Outside of the Magic Kingdom, I was also able to explore some of the other new experiences at some of the other Walt Disney World Them Parks. At Epcot, I designed my own car and took it to the track at the newly re-imagined Test Track presented by Chevrolet. After I exited the ride, I was pleasantly surprised (and in awe) to hear live the song Good Life by OneRepublic. Yes, live! I think I had somebody pinch me, this was amazing!

Car I designed at TexstTrack

I also had the opportunity to go over to Disney Hollywood Studios Theme Park and check out the debut of the Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow. This was really incredible, as state-of-the-art technology took us onto the sea and into the world of Pirates of the Caribbean. I also was able to visit Downtown Disney and “rock and roll” at the upscale bowling, dining and entertainment experience at Splitsville Luxury Lanes. My 4 year old son just loved bowling  and used a cool training tool to help him get the ball down the lane.

Last, but not least, our accommodations while visiting Walt Disney World was at the new Art of Animation Resort. It was love at first site. Giant sketchbooks filled with favorite classic Disney and Disney Pixar films came to life as each storyline was revealed throughout the Art of Animation Hall lobby. These include Ariel, Lightning McQueen, Nemo and Simba. We stayed in “The Lion King” suite. Inside our room, the storytelling was all around us. Zazu took center stage on the headboards while Pumbaa and Timon decorated the shower curtain. We really loved the Murphy Bed, which is a table by day and comfy bed by night. My son wanted to take this home with us!

Now you see a table


Now a bed

Murphy Bed Lions King Suite

 The Art of Animation Hall lobby

Art of An Hallway

The Art of Animation Resort also has a beautiful “Big Blue” pool which is in the center of the resort.


 This pool even has speakers underneath the water, where the voices of Dory and Nemo swim along with the guests. Learn more about this resort and all that it has to offer here http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/resorts/art-of-animation-resort/.

When you are planning your next family vacation, you know you can count on Disney to create memories that will last a lifetime. I know that this trip left me wanting to come back with my entire family again and again. Disney truly can accommodate people from young to old, there is definitely enough fun to go around forever and ever.

Disclaimer: This was not a paid post. I was invited by Project You to cover this event at Walt Disney World. The accommodations, park entrances, and ticket passes were provided for me and my family. The airfare and extra days at the hotel for my family were not covered by Disney.  The opinions expressed in this post are my own.





Raising a Thinker

Contributed by Audrey Matalon-Rogers www.GiveMeMilk.com www.ZenMotherhood.com

All I want is to raise children who think. “Thinking” defined by Websters is to have an intention; to have an opinion; to exercise the powers of judgment, conception, or inference.

I believe that cultivating ‘thinking’ starts young, very young and requires time spent learning and exercising the mind in conscious, intentional ways. I’ve heard lectures on early childhood education. The main theory is that unstructured play develops thinking and creativity. Children naturally engage in play when unobstructed, so I wondered what could enhance children’s natural inclination to play and learn, and think.


As I walked into 2012 Time To Play Holiday Showcase looking for what toys are on the horizon, my experience would be framed in…Which will help my kids develop their thinking and emotions? Are there any toy brands conspiring with me to raise thinkers?

If your desire for thinkers is similar to mine then please take a look at the special toy finds from this year’s Time To Play event…

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It’s easy to tell an Eric Carle item. The incredible artist and children’s storybook writer has an admirable understanding and appreciation for the minds of children evident in his toy and book product line. Colors so vibrant and saturated are an instant draw for children, almost like looking at luminous colors in a bed of flowers. His characters, animals and bugs have perfect imperfections; quirky, boxy, rigid edges. It gives an illusion as if he cut shapes and textures from various materials and pasted them together. I’m glad my children will be exposed to Eric Carle’s art because I want them to have appreciation for the natural, not things that have been worked over…10+ times!
Enhancing what naturally exists in children, I was happy to see he’s branched out into the tactile realm of toys and play. There’s the Days of the Week Playmat for children and the activity bar for babies which attaches to a car seat or play pen and helps to widen the baby’s awareness for details, since it has so many. It’s a beautiful, soft version of his hungry caterpillar.
To note his persevering influence, I found The Grouchy Ladybug in a second hand children’s store in Phoenix AZ, The Very Hungry Caterpillar in a box of random books a friend game me and as part of Kohls’Cares, which donates profits to children in need, I found Eric Carle books and toys near the checkout at Kohls.


The creators of http://www.JibJab.com are dads definitely on course for making learning lively and enjoyable. They are now the creators of StoryBots www.StoryBots.com , animated tools for learning through play. (Please read my post about StoryBots for a more detailed profile.)

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vtech always operates on the forefront of what’s next in technology and how they can bring it to children. Children’s tablets are expected to be a big hit this holiday season. You can see vtech‘s InnoTab tablet in the picture above. Leap Frog also has a tablet, LeapPad but vtech’s rep assured me in comparison it’s InnoTab is superior and point for point a better buy. Vtech’s InnoTab is $80 and LeapPad $100. LeapPad has a set 2 GB while Vtech expands to 16 GB. While they have the same size screen, the InnoTab is a bigger frame, which I like as a shock absorber. I find vtech very durable in design. Just this morning my 2 year old, Azzie, was throwing the vtech Move & Crawl Activity Ball repeatedly on the floor. It’s still working!
The vtech also has the Alphabet Activity Cube which is an electronic version of the standard activity cube, but with removable pieces. While I have not personally tested the InnoTab (or the LeapPad, or the Alphabet Activity Cube), I do trust vtech to produce educational and stimulating toys at a decent price, and that will last for years.

Another avenue of the tech and electronics genre is social gaming networks. While I definitely don’t want my children to replace friendships with electronics I do acknowledge social gaming networks are here and are reaching children younger and younger. So it’s my responsibility to investigate this arena and see how it can fit into the goals I have as a parent.


Moshi Monsters www.MoshiMonsters.com is one of the most popular social gaming networks for kids right now. The brand, Moshi Monsters, is committed to “fun, education and safety.” My children are too young, but I did go to the site to see how they execute “fun, education and safety”.
One of the first things that happen is parents are asked to permit their child to become a “User”. As a User, children may invite their friends for heavily monitored interactions within the social network. The next layer includes the User to adopt a pet monster. Their monster becomes like their child, and requires the User to care for the monster while solving puzzles and playing games. With successful solving of puzzles and games your child earns a form of money which they spend on items for their monster. What a valuable experience.
It will be a few years before my  children will be of age for the Moshi Monster experience but I strongly encourage parents of children 6-12 years old to at least visit the site. It’s a beautiful concept.

ImageDo you think Mit Romney lost the Presidency because he threatened Sesame Street funding? It’s believable! Sesame Street is inarguably a pillar of American society and deeply loved by millions. More than just having a childhood memory of Sesame Street, Big Bird, Elmo, Grover and the Count, many people attribute their early childhood education to the gang on Sesame Street. Now the Sesame Street character can interact with your child, or Mit Romney.
Yes, it’s Xbox & Elmo! It’s Kinect Sesame Street. Children ages 3+ can participate in a story plot or play a game and with Grover or Elmo. The characters can virtually catch a ball your child has thrown at them. It’s crazy and fantastic at the same time. Individual episodes are $5. Eight 30-minute episodes on two discs is $30.

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This year I fell hard for Nickelodeon. Probably because I have a child of age that shows me how powerful the Nickelodeon programs can be. At the event I was given a Team UmiZoomi DVD. I had not seen the program before this. It’s now one of Azzie’s favorite DVD’s! Prior to Azzie’s love of Team UmiZoomi and Sid The Science Kid I was against sitting “my child” in front of TV believing it would encourage mental and creative LAZINESS. Honestly I have changed my viewpoint with the quality that is coming from Nickelodeon…and StoryBots… and Disney.


I have depended upon the iconic Disney to support my quest for purity and creativity. I could go on about Disney products for days. My newborn is in DisneyBaby clothes. I have used The Lion King as a bribing tool to get Azzie to eat his dinner. And Disney inspired baby and child gear have helped me get this far (as mom). Tigger has been in Azzie’s crib since he’s 7 months old. New Disney product this holiday season is Bouncing Tigger. He bounces on his coiled tail. You might ask why I’m mentioning a Tigger doll when I’m talking about raising thinkers. In my opinion, Azzie’s 3 Tigger dolls have offered him security and an experience of friendship. And part of being a thinker and having confidence stems from a healthy emotional foundation.


Shrinky Dinks continues to be a favorite. The Incredible Shrinky Dinks Maker has been chosen one of the Best Picks For Children’s Products 2012. How do you improve upon great? I love Shrinky Dinks for the amount of involvement it requires; eye-hand coordination, artistic expression, planning the design to fit its final purpose. For example, if you are making a charm to wear then you need to cut a hole where a cord can be strung through. Answering the question, ‘How do you improve upon great?’ With the Incredible Shrinky Dinks Maker being an oven children can put Shrinky Dinks cutout on the small tray and slide it in the Incredible Shrinky Dinks Maker themselves. From a window on top they can watch the plastic take form which will mesmorize them for at least the first 50 Shrinky Dinks.

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From classics like Disney, Sesame Street and Shrinky Dinks to new comers, Armorteria www.armorteria.com The brand is the essence of what you would expect from people raised to think and create. The product is Sani-CuFFS, a wrist cuff that stocks hand sanitizer, squirting out a portion when it’s squeezed. The Sani-CuFFS are trendy wristbands designed with various characters and colors.

Ever had a teacher whom you feel impacted your future? I had a few who I still think about things they said, what they believed in or how they carried themselves. Because of the impact that school teachers have on the minds of children I want to share the process that led up to the creation of Sani-CuFFS… Two school teachers from Queens, NY, started working on this product after teaching their classes. They encouraged their students to be part of the project, interjecting students’ ideas, opinions and designs. What a strong message to their students about thinking outside convention and about their own ability for creating something in the world! I like everything about this product and am happy to see teachers who inspire our kids.

Summing up: On my quest to raise thinkers… (with brands like these) I can see I’m not alone.

On The Road

Contributed by Audrey Matalon-Rogers www.GiveMeMilk.com

Up’s and down’s, good & bad economies, humble beginnings or humbling moments…we all have different stories, but none of us (social media moms & mompreneurs) who are trying to ‘make it’ are without rocks on our road. In another word, challenges. At the Disney On The Road SMM conference it was great to hear some polished, powerful women (and moms!) tell us how it was “On The Road” to their success. CHALLENGES ARE WHAT MAKE US BETTER

The word passion was sprinkled over the room at the Disney On The Road conference for social media moms September 19, 2012 at Melville Marriot in NY. www.MomSelect.com / www.BSMmedia.com hosted the event opening up the floor for passionate successes such as

Susan Coehlo (HTV’s Surprise Gardener)

Britt Menzies www.StinkyKids.com

Debi Silber www.theMojoCoach.com

who shared candidly what it took for them to “make it”.

Susan Cuehlo told about her past, about her drive to succeed and her passion. When a participant asked Susan for advice about starting a blog and how can she get many readers, her advice was to take the angle she felt most passionate about. Another participant, Maria from www.BiCulturalMama.com chimed in, speaking from the heart; follow the ideas and angles that are most meaningful to you and not only will you feel fulfilled, you will attract the people genuinely interested. I appreciated Maria www.BiCulturalMama.com ‘s generosity and realized that we have so much to learn from each other. PASSION & FROM THE HEART

Even the fact that I’m writing this at midnight is because Esti Berkowitz www.PrimeTimeParenting.com inspired me. Esti honestly asked Britt Menzies www.StinkyKids.com how to work our SM biz while having another job, raising small children and managing a household. Esti, in all her cuteness, talks about falling asleep on the keyboard. Who can’t relate?! …because the only time to write the review is when we should be sleeping! Britt confirmed it’s a challenge. Britt says she doesn’t believe in balance, she believes in juggling. She answers her blackberry even when she’s with her kids, juggling being a mom and creating a business. Also it’s her way of being honest about who she is, realizing she must go beyond old limits. BALANCE vs. JUGGLING

Maria Bailey www.MomSelect.com / www.BSMmedia.com said something similar when telling us about her kids. It seems that her kids, now on their own are emulating Maria’s work ethic and public speaking talent. Maria said unintentionally she’s taught her children (who are young adults) how to succeed by being the model. BEING REAL & GOING BEYOND OLD LIMITS

I walked out of the conference feeling light and thinking about what this morning’s Disney On The Road conference meant in my world; a morning that I had to set up babysitting for, prepare bottles and breakfast and lunch for my 2 year old, worry about how my 2 year old’s rash was and if I should be at the pediatrician’s rather than this conference. And I realized that’s what this conference is all about. Being present in life means we are in action, “on the road”. Our roads are not that different than the roads of Maria Bailey, Susan Coehlo, Britt Menzies and Debi Silber. When we are “on the road” we will be confronted with rocks and twigs and startled by an occasional deer. We must … BALANCE vs. JUGGLING, acknowledging PASSION and OPERATE FROM THE HEART, GO BEYOND LIMITS. We need to stay the course…stay “On The Road”eventually it leads to success.

Find Yourself In Disney…

Submitted by Audrey Matalon-Rogers http://www.GiveMeMilk.com

Thanks to Esti (PrimeTimeParent) I found myself at the Disney 2012 Holiday Merchandise Showcase in NYC. After seeing Disney’s new lines I say with confidence that EVERYONE can find themselves in Disney.

I walked into the showcase with my 2 year old curly haired, redhead. Everyone said he looks like one of the triplets in Disney’s Brave . Believe me I didn’t plan this. This is exactly the Magic that is Disney…no matter your age, your culture, your disposition, you can always recognize Yourself somewhere in Disney.

I would have thought being an adult there’d be no need for Disney. But with 2 small babies I find myself enamored with Disney Baby. The cotton quality is tops. It’s so soft -yum. The designs are playful and bright. And they’re well thought out with sleeve cuffs that become mitts for newborns and the grow-an-inch body suit extenders. Perfect for my 3 month old.

We can’t be heros and heroines all the time. Sometimes we want to touch that part of ourselves that’s not so Disney-sweet. And for those times, you have to see Disney’s brand new Villains showcase due out Fall 2012. Villain-hood never looked so wickedly good, inspired by memorable villains such as Cruella DeVille, Ursala, the “evil Queen”, Mother Gothel, Maleficent and Queen of Hearts.

And for those of us who are still princesses, Disney is launching their “Cinderella” collections, also due out fall 2012. This gorgeous new line has sexy, sparkly shoes, purses and collectables.

Ooooo La La …..  See yourself in these!

If you can’t find yourself anywhere within the broad spectrum of Disney…..

There’s always Mars. (Click on image for August 2012 rover landing on Mars)

5 More Weeks Till the Birth of My Disney Baby

I know what you are thinking. No, I’m not pregnant, but primetimeparent contributor Audrey Matalon-Rogers is! Here is her latest post! You can also keep up with her primetimepregnancy at http://primetimepregnancy.wordpress.com/

Contributed by Audrey Matalon-Rogers

What’s a Disney Baby, you ask? A Disney Baby is a fashion forward babe, a babe who’s $$$ conscious… a practical babe, who also loooves a good time… especially with his or her favorite Disney buddies.

I can’t wait for the arrival of my new Disney Baby in 5 weeks, who’ll get to experience Disney’s great, lovable characters while using top of the line products like NUK, Born Free, Graco, Safety 1st, Kids II, Huggies, and more. Continue reading