Sunday, February 21, 2016

#FullerHouse on @Netflix_CA IS all that and a bag of potato chips! #StreamTeam

In the late 80s and early 90s on any given Friday night, you'd find me with my Mom, Godmother and brother. We would go out for dinner and make sure we'd be home by 8 pm for the start of TGIF - one of the greatest line-ups in all of television, anchored by Full House. The same age as Stephanie Tanner, I immediately identified with the show. I loved to dance. In grade four, I totally had a crush on my teacher. I didn't get invited to any make-out parties though.

A couple of years ago I found Candace Cameron-Bure on Instagram and it was like finding an old friend. So when Fuller House was announced as a new original show on Netflix, I completely lost it. And this week, as a member of the Netflix #StreamTeam, I was able to access the first six episodes of the rebooted series. On February 26th, the entire world will be introduced to the Fuller family and given the opportunity to binge all the episodes at once, Have Mercy!

I'm not going to go into specifics (I'm not allowed to), but they somehow created a show with the same characters we loved back then, living their lives completely in the now. There are nods for old fans, but new fans (like my kid) will also really enjoy watching.

Friday, February 19, 2016

Thoughts my 4 year old had the first time she watched Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Signature Collection

One of my favourite things about Hannah's current age is her new adoration for animated films.

Walt Disney Studios was kind enough to send us Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Signature Collection edition Blu-Ray + DVD + Digital HD recently, which is now available now for purchase.

Other than her new found love for Disney movies, the questions she asks and the commentary she makes while watching is priceless. Therefore I present:

Thoughts my 4 year old had while watching 
Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs 
for the first time