As a former cast member at Disneyland (and now a mother of four in Southern California), I’ve put together some of my best suggestions for making your trip to Disneyland magical.
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Disney Halloween Time bring families in from all over the globe. If you’ve ever considered going, or if you’re currently planning a trip, this post by April (a former Disney Cast Member) is a great place to start!
Looking for some great Disney insider tips from moms you can trust? This episode features excellent ideas for making your Disneyland vacation (or ANY day trip!) a family-strengthening experience.
Whether we’re taking our children to amusement parks, movies, restaurants, birthday parties, or other fun places, we want our family experiences to make us into better people. Here’s a fun, simple way to teach our children gratitude.
Want some great ideas to plan the best possible experience (and strengthen your family) at “The Happiest Place On Earth”?
Welcome to your Power of Moms Disney Guide! Below, you’ll find links to all the resources we promised. (Please be sure to encourage your friends to sign up, as well!) 1. The Full Online Version of “A Deliberate Mother’s Guide to Disneyland” with Expandable/Collapsible Sections This is the best way to read the eBook! It’s […]
The cost of joy is work. So much work. The cost of joy is vulnerability, willingness, consistency, sacrifice, forgiveness, gratitude… all of that on top of the physical reality of life: jobs, chores, illness, finances, etc. And yet joy itself is so accessible and so very simple.
Families can form some of the best trip memories from small traditions. Keep in mind it’s just not the fun you’ll have at your destination, but the fantastic memories you can make before you even get there! Read on for some great ideas for fun on the road.
I recently got out of a rut. I’d been feeling tired, frustrated, and ready to “give up” in some ways. (Have you been there?) Here are three questions that helped. We each have a unique mission, and it’s time to BE who we are.
April shares a fun interview with Colin Boyd on a two-step process we can use to acknowledge our children. April and Saren then carry on the conversation with more ideas on how we can acknowledge more and criticize less.
With a little imagination and creativity, mundane daily tasks can be transformed into fun memories. When you add a spoonful of sugar, it really does help the medicine go down. When you find the fun, “Snap! The job’s a game!”
Grandparents and children want to connect, but sometimes they just don’t know where to start. We’ve found that these five simple strategies help set up everyone for success.