Tangled Before Ever After
Running time: Approx. 57 minutes
Canadian Home Video Rating – G
fter all those years stuck in a tower, everyone’s favourite “barefoot princess” (Mandy Moore) yearns to make up for lost time. With the help of her true love Eugene (Zachary Levi), pals Pascal and Maximus and daring new friend Cassandra, Rapunzel postpones her wedding and royal duties to defy danger and boldly explore life beyond Corona’s walls. Sparkling with fun, adventure and music from legendary Alan Menken, Tangled Before Ever After is a magical movie event!
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Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir: Spots On
Running Time: 132 minutes – English & French Dolby Digital Stereo 5.1 – English Subtitles
A second volume of “Spot-On” super-heroics that are nothing short of Miraculous!
When the treacherous Hawk Moth uses his evil energy to transform the citizens of Paris into super villains, only two amazing heroes stand in his way: Ladybug & Cat Noir!
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The Oreck® Venture™ Pro Bagged Canister Vacuum is perfect for cleaning up the floors, furniture and curtains.
In my home, my son and I have a lot of allergies year rounds that can be a problem and cause us to be uncomfortable.
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Easter is coming soon, the amount of chocolate my children gets too much. I prefer they get either outfits or small toys. So I decided to post a list of Easter gift ideas for parents to give to their children.
VTech Baby Lil’ Critters Moosical Beads – Musical baby toy features a variety of fabric textures for baby tactile development. Bead ring with light up lights and spinning squares are great for fine motor skills.
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Welcome to the $100 Dropprice Amazon Gift Card!
Dropprice is an innovative startup that rewards moms for being social. Essentially, they empower moms to drop prices of kids & baby products with a click. The price continues dropping as more moms click “Drop the price”. Every week new promotions are launched and moms drop prices by sharing them on social media. See the chart below to understand the power moms have and how important it is to share with other moms.
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We are into the month of March and spring is just around the corner. I can’t wait for the longer days, fresh air and being able to go for more walks without having to be bundled up. Although losing an hour sleep for the first while is messing me up.
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Most of us don’t think about cleaning our washing machine because we assume that when we put laundry detergent in, that it would clean our washing machine. I mean after all if it cleans our clothes it should clean our machine.
Sadly, that isn’t the case. By cleaning your washing machine, you prevent weird stains on your clothes.
I usually remember to do this when I am doing my spring or fall cleaning.
It is very easy to do with a top loader and front loader.
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Being a mom with a chronic illness isn’t easy. Nightly you worry that you will let your children down by being too sick to do something the next day. What if you get sick and end up back at the hospital? So many what ifs that you worry about in your own mind.
When I found out I had kidney failure, my biggest fear was that I would leave my children without a mother. My father passed while my mother was pregnant with me. Even now at 38, I wish I had a chance to get to know my dad.
While sitting in the hospital bed for 8 days, I thought about what will happen. Will my kids know how much I love them if something did happen? Would they remember me. (At the time Hayley was 11 and Spencer was 7.) Even now thinking about all this, I have tears fall. I remember the fear I was feeling like it was yesterday.
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