Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Adventures in Babysitting - on DVD Today!

"Adventures in Babysitting," inspired by the hugely popular 1980s film of the same name, is an upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie starring Sabrina Carpenter (of Disney Channel's hit comedy series "Girl Meets World") and Sofia Carson (of the hit Disney Channel Original Movie "Descendants").  In "Adventures in Babysitting," a dull evening for two competing babysitters, Jenny (Sabrina Carpenter) and Lola (Sofia Carson), turns into an adventure in the big city as they hunt for one of the kids who somehow snuck away.

My Thoughts:
As a child of the 80's, Adventures in Babysitting was one of my all time favorite movies.  So when I heard that Disney Channel was making an original movie inspired my childhood favorite... I was excited! This was going to be a great opportunity to see a fun new movie and share it with my seven year old daughter... who just happens to be a huge Girl Meets World and Descendants fan.

We sat down one night with popcorn and this movie for a fun girls night in. I loved how the new movie mirrored some of my favorite parts of the 80's hit. For example: the amazing clip above of the Babysitter's Rap that just brought me back to Chris Parker's fabulous rendition of Babysitting Blues, the towing company sporting the same name, and more! Jenny and Lola kept us engaged throughout this crazy adventure.  While the girls are very different, they have one thing in common - they need to find the kid and get all of the kids back home! But it's not as easy as it sounds. And quickly enough they realize that working together is their only hope.

This was a very fun movie night for me and my daughter. We laughed a lot, and my daughter has been asking to see it again! I would say that's a big win for the Disney Channel!

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* I received a copy of this movie free of charge in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own and have not been influence by anyone. 

Friday, June 17, 2016

Fuego Box

Father's Day is around the corner and my husband is super hard to shop for. Not only does he fall into the "I don't need anything" category... he also puts himself into the "I don't want anything" category. Making my life way harder when shopping time arrives!

This year I was introduced to something really awesome, right up his alley, and something he would never think of! Allow me to introduce you to the Fuego Box. Yes, it's just as it sounds... a box chock full of amazing spiciness. Any my husband loves spicy! The hotter the better. So I knew he would love this really cool variety of products.

This "limited edition" Fuego Box comes in a rustic wood crate and is filled with small-batch spicy greatness created especially for Father's Day.  Includes a fabulous spicy honey, the world's 1st "Dry Hot Sauce", Chili Oil, Smoked Ghost Pepper Salt, and one of the world's tastiest small-batch hot sauces.  The package also includes recipes selected just for dad.

$49.95 - Limited to 500 boxes
$70 in value
Order Link: https://www.fuegobox.co/shop/product/300770703

Box Contains:
-Bee Local Hot Honey
-Purple Panda Chili Oil
-Hoff Sauce
-Laguna Salt Smoke Ghost Pepper Salt
-World's 1st Dry Hot Sauce by Vesta
-Limited Edition Fuego Box Wooden Crate

So this is basically an incredibly cool, very different, super hot gift for Father's Day! I highly recommend you check out Fuego Box to learn about all the very cool and unique items they have to offer!

About Fuego Box: The creation of Mike McAdams, a guy who simply went down the hot sauce rabbit hole.  It started with an early Tapatio obsession and advanced with the likes of Cholula, Crystal, and Sriracha.  After that, things really got crazy...bhut jolokia and african fatalii peppers; locally harvested, hand-bottled hot sauces; and unique and delicious flavors that go with just about every kind of food.

Fuego Box wants to bring emerging hot sauces that you've probably never heard of to your hot sauce shelf.  Focusing on flavor over 'ass-burning heat' and avoiding gimmicky hot sauces like the plague.

For More Information: www.fuegobox.co