With the release of Ralph Breaks the Internet around the corner, the debates arise once more: How does Disney update the princess franchise without distancing fans of the classic animated films? What messages are classic Disney princess films sending? I read this Wall Street Journal… Read More »The Princess and The Foe: A Classic Disney Princess Purist’s Perspective
Walt Disney died this day in 1966 from Lung Cancer. Many of his dreams changed the world and others, like EPCOT Center, still could. After the tragedy of yesterday, Walt’s belief that children have the power to remind us what is really important and to… Read More »On the Anniversary of Walt Disney’s Death
Disney World Mom’s Panelist Erin Foster explores a question I’ve been considering a lot myself. How much independence can your give your children when you’re at Walt Disney World. When children are small, splitting up is not an option; you know can’t send a four-year-old… Read More »How do you know when your child is ready to explore Disney alone?
Bookmark, the first book blog, has partnered with Disney to promote the Adam Sandler “Bedtime Stories” movie. For everyone who comments on this post, Disney will donate a book to a child in need. Up to 250,000 books. Only 260 comments so far, so join… Read More »Comment on your Favorite Bedtime Story and Disney Donates a Book to a Child in Need