As you may notice over the next couple of weeks, there are some changes going on behind the scenes here at The Megalomaniac Mommy. I am in the process of reorganizing the site and making it easier to find things, changing up the categories, and making all of my recipes nice and prety and easy to print!
Please bear with me as this is a huge undertaking and I have 1400 posts to go through.
I will continue to post new material as well during this time.
If there is something in particular you are looking for and can’t find, please let me know by leaving a comment on this post and I will gladly send you in the right direction.
**UPDATE – 04/12/2013: I am working on finishing up all of the posts from 2009 and then I will move on. Please note that the new categories in the menu bar and those listed in the categories section will not pull all posts associated with that category until I am done cleaning up everything. All new posts from 3/23/2013 until now are all properly tagged and will show up. I will continue to update as I complete things. Thanks for sticking around!
**UPDATE- 04/13/2013: All of 2009 is now completed. I will be working on 2010 all of this week and will update when it is finished.
As I have mentioned more than once over the last few years, my littles are HUGE fans of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Today, Disney released Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: The Quest for the Crystal Mickey on DVD.
Of course, the minute this DVD arrived at our house it was being watched!
In this new adventure, your little one can join Minnie, Pluto and all their pals in the newest Clubhouse crusade. When the legendary Crystal Mickey
goes missing, Mickey and friends go on an adventure to save the Clubhouse from losing its magic. Grab your hat, buckle your seatbelt, and get ready to embark on a thrilling adventure in “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: The Quest for the Crystal Mickey!”
This new DVD is jam packed with over 2 hours of fun and it even includes a FREE Adventure Activity Map and stickers. MMCH The Quest for the Crystal Mickey includes 5 episodes:
1 – Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Quest for the Crystal Mickey
2 – Donald of the Desert
3 – Donald the Genie
4 – Goofy’s Coconutty Monkey
5 – Goofy’s Giant
Here’s a quick clip for you to enjoy!
We really enjoyed the coloring sheets and bingo!
You can pick up your own copy of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: The Quest for the Crystal Mickey for $14.29 (MSRP is $19.99)
Thanks again to our friends at Disney for this opportunity.
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Comfort and Harmony. All opinions are 100% mine.
As you’ve heard me say at least a hundred times now, we are expecting baby #5 this August. In anticipation of Baby Peanut’s arrival, I am doing every thing I can to ensure that we are prepared for him to come home. As we are checking our lists and making sure we have all that we need, I was given the chance to check out the Mombo Comfort and Harmony Firm 2 Soft Feeding and Lounging Pillow.
The mombo nursing pillow is really two pillows in one. It offers a firm side that is great for nursing by providing extra support and then there is the soft and cozy side that is great for lounging and snuggling!
I’m looking forward to using this with Peanut for nursing and snuggling, along with tummy time after he arrives.
Until Peanut arrives, Bean has been using the nursing pillow as a place to lounge because she really loves the (removeable) vibration feature. At first, she didn’t know what to think but now she is all about curling up in the pillow while she is enjoying a cup of milk.
As you can see, she thinks it is like the best nursing pillow ever!
As for me, I’m loving how soft this pillow is….I just want to cuddle with it and I can’t wait for Peanut to be able to rest his cute little head on it!!
I am also very happy with the quality of the pillow. As much as my kids have been throwing it around, sitting on it and breaking it in for baby, the shape has held up and it still looks like it just came out of the package.
Now all I need to really test this bad boy is for August to hurry up and get here along with my little boy!
Buy It: Mombo products are available at Babies R Us.
*This information was provided to me by Mabel’s Labels. This post may contain affiliate links.*
As a mom who suffers from allergies and asthma as well as having a child who does, I am happy to share that May is National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month and Mabel’s Labels has launched their newly re-designed Allergy Alert Labels. These labels are a must-have to help make sure that your family is eating safely. Allergy Alerts are durable, waterproof labels that specify allergies on items such as lunch boxes, water bottles, travel gear and much more!
If you have someone in your home who suffers from allergies, be sure to check out these great labels.
*This is a guest post*
Cardiff is a wonderful place to visit. As one of the newest capital cities in Europe and home to a number of huge entertainment and sports venues there is plenty going on in this fantastic modern city. Whilst adults may be content to explore the city and all it has to offer simply by wandering and discovering, children are likely to get bored and require child friendly activities to be scheduled in. First check Travelodge’s website for great deals on Cardiff accommodation then start planning your itinerary from this list of great family fun things to do in Cardiff.
Cardiff’s own ice rink, Planet Ice caters for the smallest to the tallest with many fun events happening here all year round. If your kids can toddle they can skate with the help of a penguin, specially designed to support your little ones as they find their feet on the ice, providing a stable support for them to join in the fun with. The rink is open to visitors daily and you can even book the venue for birthday parties, or visit on a show day and watch the pros whizz round instead.
Cefn Mably Farm Park
If the weather is good and you fancy doing something in the great outdoors then why not venture to Cefn Mably Farm Park, an activity farm located between Cardiff and Newport in the beautiful Welsh countryside. Here you can touch and hold the animals, ride a pony, climb on the log play zone, and if the weather decides to take a turn for the worse, then you can always retreat to one of the indoor play areas in the 12,800 square foot undercover area.
In Cardiff there is a place where learning meets fun. This place is called Techniquest and it is a Science Centre in Cardiff where kids and adults alike can experience hands on learning through fun activities. There are over 160 stations to experiment with and the educational charity puts on many shows and demonstrations throughout the year for their visitors to enjoy. This is a surefire hit with all the family and is definitely worth a visit. A family of 5 can enjoy Techniquest for £23, which is great value for a full day of entertainment.
Cardiff Bay Walking Spy Trail
Adults can enjoy learning about the history and workings of the Cardiff Dockyard in the knowledge that the kids won’t get bored with the Cardiff Bay Walking Spy Trail. Following the step-by-step instructions, you can travel through shipwrecks, fishy tales and wetlands. The whole trail takes about 2 to 3 hours to complete and is filled with questions and learning in a fun package. All routes are pushchair friendly so you can take the whole family without any worries.
Get to know Cardiff for all it’s famous for and keep the kids happy at the same time by incorporating some of these fantastic children’s activities into your trip. Whatever they’re into you’re bound to find it here in this vibrant and exciting city.