Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Hotel Transylvania 3 Blu-Ray + DVD + MORE Giveaway!

I'm being supplied with the Blu-Ray + DVD to be sent out to a lucky winner. No other compensation is being exchanged.


I am picky about what children's movies I'll sit through. Sometimes they can be rather...dull. But I've always liked the Hotel Transylvania from Sony Animation movies. Adam Sandler voices Dracula, which I love. The movies are always amusing. ("I do not go 'blah blah blah.'")





Here is what Hotel Transylvania 3 is about:

The Drac Pack is back with HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 3, which will make its debut on Digital HD September 25, and on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD on October 9, just in time to for a spooky, fun, family movie night right before Halloween! This must-own family comedy, which has grossed more than $425 million in theaters worldwide to date, follows in the tradition of the blockbuster Hotel Transylvania franchise when Mavis surprises Dracula with a family voyage on a luxury, haunted monster cruise ship. Of course, the rest of the Drac Pack has to tag along, and that’s when things get a little…batty. The monsters are having a great time, indulging in all of the shipboard fun the cruise has to offer, from monster volleyball to colossus-sized buffets and exotic excursions, but then the unexpected happens when Drac falls for the ship’s mysterious (and dangerous) human captain Ericka. The third film in this family-friendly monster franchise is the best reviewed installment and you’re invited along on the haunted cruise vacation!




I've seen the other two Hotel Transylvania movies and need to watch the third one. It's out on digital now and will be out on Blu-Ray and DVD on October 9th!





A lucky reader can win a Blu-Ray+DVD copy of Hotel Transylvania 3! It includes a Monster Dance Party Dance Along, Three All New Scary Oke Sing Alongs, a Vampire Make Over Tutorial, Two Mini Movies, Plus MORE.




You can also win this fabulous pillow Trick or Treat bag! Perfect for Halloween:





Giveaway Rules:

--Must live in the US

--NO PO Boxes



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Monday, September 24, 2018

Hey, It's Okay

I got this idea from Glamour magazine. You can link up any day of the week. All you have to do is make a list of what you're okay about. Simple! Please do not link up a post that has nothing to do with Hey, It's Okay. It's rude and I'll delete the link.





Hey, It's Okay....



....to hope my daughter did okay at her audition. She auditioned yesterday for Mary Poppins Jr. She tends to get incredibly nervous.



....to be glad that it's been cooler. I'll take the 80 degree temperatures, thanks!



....to be going to Howl-O-Scream at SeaWorld this weekend. We always have a lot of fun there. My daughter loves dressing up in her costume.



....to be glad that all the shows are starting back up. I was running out of things to watch. I'm recording so many, including Manifest, which looks awesome.



....to have asked Tommy if he wanted to go to his Homecoming, and he went, "No way!" He's never gone to any of his school dances. Also, it's weird that kids are calling Homecoming HoCo. That's weird and needs to stop.







Sunday, September 23, 2018

Girls Can Wear Scary Costumes Too

It's officially Fall!

Do you have Halloween costumes picked out?

My daughter does.







Yup, she went for the scary one again.

Remember last year?



And yup, once again there have been some comments on how she should dress as something nice. I got them last year too.

First of all, no, girls don't always have to dress as something nice. It's not 1954.




Second of all, she's not your kid, so why do you care? Force your daughters to stay as princesses or unicorns, but I won't be doing the same with mine.



I think it's fabulous how much fun she has in her costume. Of course she doesn't have murderous thoughts like the character, but some people think if their kid so much as LOOKS at a deranged fictional person, that they'll turn into one. For real.




No. No, it's not like that at all.

Let your child have fun! If they want to be something nice on their own, great. But if they request Hannibal Lecter, go for it!

And don't worry, if a little kid freaks out over Natalie, she plans on lifting up her mask and reminding them that it's okay.



I don't know what she'll be next year. Or maybe she won't be anything at all. She is getting older, so she might decide to quit dressing up. But then again, she loves candy, and she loves dressing up, so I can't see her stopping.

But if she wants to be something scary again?





I'll be all for it.





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