On any vacation I typically take 100’s of pictures. The problem is that I am the picture taker and I am never in any of the pictures. Not that I love what I look like in pictures, but it would be nice to show I was actually on the vacation. When the kids were little I was literally in zero pictures. As they got older I often employed them as photographers. This is hit or miss especially because of their angle-Just a hint no one looks good when shot from the ground up.
One of the many things I love about Disney are all the Disney PhotoPass photographers dispersed throughout the parks. I am completely obsessed with having family photos taken by every PhotoPass photographer we pass. Everybody knows if I see a photographer we are taking a family picture.
There are so many photo ops while vacationing at Disney.
My favorite photo is the quintessential Magic Kingdom Main Street picture with the Castle in the background.
Walking down Main Street USA Magic Kingdom
Posted in Amusement Parks, Disney, Travel, Vacation
Tagged Amusement park, Animal Kingdom, Disney's PhotoPass, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, Magic Kingdom, Memory Maker, Photographs, Picutres, The Walt Disney Company, Vacation photos, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Walt Disney World
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Every holiday my daughter likes to make a holiday themed craft. She completed this craft with little to no supervision. The only thing I had to do was buy the materials. She found it on Pinterest and it looked simple enough. It was probably one of the simplest, non-messy crafts we have ever done. Continue reading
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Tagged DIY Craft, Easter, Easter Bunny Craft, Holiday craft, Sock Bunnies, sock bunny, sock crafts
Three years ago I jumped into the blogging world basically with my eyes closed. Looking back now I really had no idea what I was getting into. I was inspired by my friend Vera Sweeney a blogging superstar who by the way is now starring in a reality show on TLC What She Said. Vera made it sound fun and easy I couldn’t wait to start blogging.
After I started the blog I realized that connections were an important key to blogging success. I began to join blogging groups on social media sites and started to look into all the conference opportunities for bloggers. That first year I attended the BlogHer conference in NYC. I remember asking one woman what conference would be great for a new blogger. Quickly she replied TypeA Parent. Continue reading