Sunday, June 28, 2015

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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Pirates Code Review and Giveaway

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Pirates's Code The Adventures of Mickey Matson
 
 
In this follow up to Mickey Matson and the Copperhead Treasure, Mickey Matson is at it again; this time pitted against the evil Admiral Ironsides and his gang of pirates who are intent on destroying civilization.  They're new invetnion, the Tesla Coil, is a weapon of mass destruction that will send an electromagnetic pulse throughout the world, destroying every electronic device in existence.  With the help of a secret organization, Mickey and his best friend Sully embark on a mission to stop the pirates from taking over a submarine and stealing the last part needed to complete their devastating weapon.  If Admiral Ironsides succeeds in his plan, civilization will be sent back to the Stone Age.  It's a race against time, and the fate of the world hangs in the balance.  
 
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Friday, June 19, 2015

                       Camden Park
                                Huntington,WV.
 Look at that cute expression, Thats my 8 year old son Logan with his Nana getting off of the Haunted House ride at Camden Park. He was telling me that it wasnt scary,lol. This was the first ride we rode that day. I hadn't been to Camden Park since I was a small child. I had heard it had been updated alot so I wanted my kids to experience a piece of my child hood.

 What I liked most about Camden Park is that they had plenty of rides for children. Theres not much more that I hate than planning your day at the amusement park only to get there and realize that almost every ride they have is too big for your kids. We did not have that problem here. There was a few rides in which kids under 48 inches tall had to have an adult accompany them, but for the most part kids of all sizes could ride everything.
 They even had plenty enough to satisfy my biggest baby, my husband. HaHa. Him and the boys really enjoyed the skylift. I recommend riding the skylift or taking a ride on the train first, because you get a good view of the park and can point out where everything is.


 If you get tired of walking around and just want to do some relaxing head over to the golf course with the kids. Its a beautiful scene and has about 16 holes. This was fun for my husband and boys.


 If it gets to hot go cool off on the water ride. This seemed to be the most popular ride at the park. You go down two slopes and at the bottom of each one you get a nice splash of water. Dont worry though, it wont get you drenched, just enough to cool you down :)
 Ofcourse, what is Camden Park without the Big and Little Dippers. To my amazement, my 3 year old loved these. He wanted to ride again and again.

 The carousel is a family favorite. Its a fun yet calming ride for the parents and kids. So many cute horses and unicorns to choose from.





 
If your looking for something to do that doesnt cost an arm and a leg, and with plenty to do for the whole family then head to Camden Park in Huntington West Virginia.








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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

                                   Paw Patrol Party

                           How to throw a super cute, cheap Paw Patrol Birthday Party

My boys are obsessed with Paw Patrol on Nickelodeon. So it came as no surprise when my youngest wanted a Paw Patrol party for his 3rd birthday. I was pretty excited to start planning since I finally got to play around with ideas. Pinterest is always my Go-To site when it comes to party planning. There's always super cute, cheap, DIY ideas for kids birthday parties.
The first thing I started working on was the cup cake stand. I looked all over the internet for Paw Patrol cupcake stands but the only ones I found was on Etsy and they were super expensive. I ended up buying the solid white cardboard cup cake stand from Walmart. I found tons of free templates online of paws and dog bones so I traced them out and put them on card stock paper and glued them around the sides. I found the pictures of the characters online and traced them the best I could, colored them, attached card stock paper to the back to hold them up and stuck them in the grooves on the top of the cupcake stand. We made the cupcakes ourselves and used free templates for the cup cake toppers. It turned out pretty darn good :)



For the tables we just bought solid color table cloths from the Dollar Tree. We drew and cut out paw prints and dog bones and taped them on the tables. (At the times I couldn't find Paw Patrol table cloths anywhere). But I think these turned out good and saved a lot of money. Normally character tablecloths run anywhere from $4 to $6. The center pieces were my favorites. These were thanks to my mother in law. I swear she could sell these on Etsy for atleast $15 a piece haha. The containers all came from the dollar tree, they were little cheap tub like containers. And once again we got the templates for free online, cut and glued them ourselves. You can get the sticks in the baking sections or craft sections at most retail stores.

Another cute idea is dog bowls. We got these for $1 each at the Dollar Store. You can make some cute notes and stick to them that say "Doggy Snacks". We got cookie cutters from Wal Mart. For about $5 you get 3 cutters including the bone and paw shapes, which is what we used to cut out the rice krispie treats. For food we kept it simple with hotdogs, chips and potato salad.
I had big ideas for the cake, but it ended up not being what I expected at all. It was made by a local lady who had did cakes for me several times. It was suppose to be made with fondant, but instead I guess she got in a rush and used icing which was melted before we got it to the party. Oh well, over all we ended up with a great birthday party and my son was thrilled. The best part is that we hand made pretty much every piece of décor.