Halloween is just around the corner and so is Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party which is one of our favorites! I have been wanting to do something fun to help prepare for the fall. I put together this simple Mickey Halloween playdough diy. Even better, this version has a sensory experience included. Check out this pumpkin spice playdough recipe for a bit of fun with the family.
I received 4 tickets to the movie to facilitate this review. All opinions are 100% my own.
Last night we went to a prescreening of Toy Story 4. I was a bit skeptical when this sequel was announced. I thought we closed the book in Toy Story 3. I decided to give it a chance. I wanted to love it because Toy Story has been a special part of my parenting journey. It was my daughter’s favorite and Andy was her imaginary friend. Here’s the question though, Is Toy Story 4 appropriate for kids?
Is Toy Story 4 Appropriate for Kids?
I did go as a guest of a friend who was at this event as media. I was given a face painting and a ticket for the party as her guest. However, all opinions are 100% my own and were not influenced by this.
I’ve seen a lot of friends talk about the different after hours parties that are being offered and tehy all seemed so fun to me. However, I was immediately excited when I heard about the villains party. You see, I love the villains. I love the story behind them and I love the way that new movies are giving us more of their back stories. When my friend asked me to join her, it was a no brainer. I want to share some Disney Villains After Hours tips for you in case you decide to head out to the party with your friends.