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Common Recreation At Home

August 1, 2013 No Comments

Common Recreation At Home As a popular saying goes, there is no place like home. Everyone goes home to recharge themselves, to relax and to unwind. For some, their home is like a place of solitude where they can be themselves without fear of being ridiculed. For others, the home is a place to have fun and hav... continue reading...

Importance of Monitoring the Movies That Your Kids Watch

July 31, 2013 No Comments

Importance of Monitoring the Movies That Your Kids Watch Watching movies is a good bonding time for parents and their children. However, parents should not be complacent on the fact that they are watching movies with their children. As a parent, you should take time to monitor the movies that our children wat... continue reading...

The Most Incredible VeggieTales Yet!

October 12, 2012 No Comments

The Most Incredible VeggieTales Yet! VeggieTales are such a wonderful way to entertain and teach kids about respecting each other, having strong values and learning more about the Bible. The newest release, out tomorrow, October 13, 2012 in Christian stores and in general release October 16, outdoes itself. ... continue reading...

A Family-Friendly Movie You’re Gonna Love

September 21, 2012 No Comments

A Family-Friendly Movie You’re Gonna Love Tonight, across the country, a new film premieres that is rare – it’s family-focused! In the age of gratuitous slasher movies, it’s good to have a positive movie you can see with your older kids. My Uncle Rafael (rated PG-13) tells the story of a 71-year-old A... continue reading...

New VeggieTales® Out Today – “The Penniless Princess – God’s Little Girl”

August 14, 2012 No Comments

New VeggieTales® Out Today – “The Penniless Princess – God’s Little Girl” In a VeggieTales retake on the classic children’s book “A Little Princess” by Frances Hodgson Burnett, a young girl learns that when you lose everything, you still have God to take care of you. Based on Bible verse Romans 8:39 “neith... continue reading...

Movie Review: Ice Age Continental Drift

July 25, 2012 2 Comments

Movie Review: Ice Age Continental Drift We took the young guys to see “Ice Age Continental Drift” (Rated PG, 88 min, released July 13, 2012 from 20th Century FOX) this weekend. It was exactly what you would expect in a movie that’s on its fourth installment in the franchise. The beloved main players a... continue reading...

Madagascar 3 – The Best of the 3

June 11, 2012 1 Comment

Madagascar 3 – The Best of the 3 Yesterday, I took three of the kids to see the new Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted. I was skeptical, as I always am about sequels, but it was actually quite fun. The story was fresh, exciting and tied up things nicely. The humor was smart, if a little advanced at points.... continue reading...

New VeggieTales® “God Loves You Very Much” Reassures Kids They’re Ok with God

January 11, 2012 No Comments

New VeggieTales® “God Loves You Very Much” Reassures Kids They’re Ok with God Sometimes it’s hard for moms and dads to remember that when their kid is terrorizing the family with naughty behavior or crabbiness, God still loves those little urchins. I know my kids definitely strengthened my belief in prayer. Thi... continue reading...

We Bought a Zoo – Not (Exactly) a Kid Movie

December 30, 2011 No Comments

We Bought a Zoo – Not (Exactly) a Kid Movie Thank goodness for no talking animals – not even the family dog – in We Bought a Zoo, the cute and slightly sappy Cameron Crowe movie that has a couple of surprises for parents… Matt Damon stars as Benjamin Mee, the real-life owner of a wildlife park. After the... continue reading...

Holiday Movie Round-Up – The Good, The Blah and the Must-See

December 20, 2011 No Comments

Holiday Movie Round-Up – The Good, The Blah and the Must-See Our family recently saw several kid movies that are out right now – The Muppets, Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked, and the instant classic Puss in Boots. The first two have their moments; both are also fairly blah. Puss in Boots has... continue reading...

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