Growing up, my favourite movies were always classic Disney ones. In fact, my mom still has many of my favourite movies stashed away still on VHS in the garage I’m sure. One of my all-time favourites was the original Jungle Book movie, this dated back years before I was even born but something drew me to the adventures of Mowgli, and my favourite bear Baloo. Now you can enjoy Mowgli’s
Disney’s latest release, Queen of Katwe, transported us to Uganda and left us immersed in the vividly colourful and inspiring true story. Follow Phiona as she rises from the slums of Katwe to becoming an international chess champion. After Phiona’s father passed away, her future looked bleak. With no money for school, and barely enough to eat or pay rent on their tiny shack, she couldn’t see a way out
It’s been such a fun summer of movies that have had roots to my childhood – and the newest Disney release is no different. I had the pleasure of taking A to an advance screening of a favourite childhood tale – Pete’s Dragon – and couldn’t wait to share Elliot with her. Growing up, everyone had an imaginary friend.. but what if that friend, wasn’t so imaginary?
It’s always so fun for me to introduce Alivia to things I loved as a child, and we had the pleasure of seeing one of my favourite short stories from when I was little re-imagined on the big screen! The BFG (Big Friendly Giant) is an adapted short story written by one of my favourite childhood authors – Roald Dahl, his stories have long been favourites across generations and now
With the weather quickly turning to brisk wet afternoons on the west coast, there’s been a lot more inside cuddled up on the couch time and a bit less running outside at the park. With torrential downpours and wind storms we’ve had to come up with creative ways to stay connected as a family and one of our faves is definitely cuddling up to watch a family favourite on Netflix!