Lego Advent Calendar $29.99

lego friends advent

If you are looking for something unique to use to celebrate the advent season in your home, Lego has a solution.

The LEGO Friends Advent Calendar  is on sale for $29.99 and has FREE shipping!

This WILL get more expensive as we get closer to December 1st- last year the cheapest price was $27.90 so this $29.99 is a good price.  You will see these on ebay for twice the price once the stock runs low!

  • Includes Mia and Ewe mini-doll figures
  • Features 24 gifts, each enclosed in its own compartment in a LEGO Friends holiday-themed calendar
  • Open a new compartment each day and count down to Christmas with buildable gifts!
  • Collect 24 buildable surprises including a sled, deer, fireplace and a Christmas tree!

Be sure to double check the price before you buy- Amazon prices can change quickly!

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Amazon-San Francisco Bay Keurig K-Cup Brewers, 80-Count $27.99

san fransisco bay k-cups

It is getting cooler outside and nothing warms you up like a hot cup of coffee. The last time the San Fransisco Bay Company had their K-Cups on sale we gave them a shot because it was such a huge savings. We really enjoyed the coffee and will definitely stock up again today.

Currently on Amazon you can score the San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, French Roast, 80-Count for just $27.99 with free shipping! That makes each cup around $.35 which is pretty hard to beat for good coffee.

Amazon prices can change at any time so be sure to order yours today.

 

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Amazon-Megabloks 80 pc Large Classic Bag $14.59

megabloks

Megabloks are a classic toy that my kiddos really enjoy playing with.

Today on  Amazon you can score the Megabloks 80 pc Large Classic Bag for just $14.59 (originally $24.99) and it will ship for free with Prime or a qualifying purchase of $35 or more. This is the lowest price I have ever seen it!

Product Details:

  • 80 big Mega Blocks!
  • Primary Classic color scheme
  • Award-winning toy
  • Sturdy, practical and reusable storage bag!
  • Non-woven, PVC Free bag!

Amazon prices can change at any time so be sure to order yours today.

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Amazon-Sushi Go Car Game Just $10.90

card gameThis looks like a fun and simple family game!

Today on Amazon you can purchase the Sushi Go! The Pick and Pass Card Game for just $10.90 (originally $14.90) and it will ship free with Prime or a qualifying purchase of $35 or more.

Game Details:

  • Includes 108 cards
  • Rules of play
  • Reinforces probability, visual discrimination and strategic thinking
  • 2 to 5 players
  • Playing time: 15 minutes

I see a new family game coming to our doors in just a couple of days!!

Order now, Amazon prices can change at any time.

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Dirt Devil Bagless Vacuum Just $14.87

dirt devil

I don’t know that I have ever seen this slip underneath the $20 point.  Usually it’s a bit closer to $25.

Right now on Amazon you can grab this Dirt Devil Simpli-Stik Lightweight Corded Bagless Stick Vacuum for $14.87.

  • 3-in-1 vacuum cleaner functions as a stick vac, handheld vac, and utility vac
  • Handheld unit detaches easily from the larger unit; onboard crevice tool
  • Simple on/off switch; smooth-rolling wheels; convenient cord wrap
  • Lightweight construction for comfortable carrying; removable dust cup
  • Measures approximately 7 by 11 by 45 inches
  • F25 Filter – 2SV1102000 fits this unit

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LEGO Sale: Mobile Police Unit $34.19

mobile police unit

I know LEGO’s are going to be on my sons holiday list so I am starting the hunt for good sales.

Right now on Amazon the Mobile Police Unit is on sale for $34.19 (originally $44.99) and it will ship for free with a qualifying purchase of $35 or more.

Product Details:

  • Set includes detective, 2 police officers and 1 robber minifigures
  • Open side of trailer to reveal control centre full of cool details
  • Accessories include red sports car, police motorcycle, handcuffs, flashlight, magnifying glass and gold bar
  • Cab and trailer with prison detach
  • 408 elements

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Click HERE to check it out!

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“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” Isn’t Terrible OR Horrible #Alexander

Alexander poster

There is always a risk when a movie studio takes a beloved children’s book and turns it into a feature length film.  Most of us read Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day either ourselves as a child or have read it TO someone.  It’s a classic.

Monday night, 10/6, I was invited to a sneak preview and was able to take two friends- one of which happens to be 7 (making her an excellent critic for this film).

Here is the breakdown of the plot:

Disney’s “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” follows the exploits of 11-year-old Alexander (Ed Oxenbould) as he experiences the most terrible and horrible day of his young life—a day that begins with gum stuck in his hair, followed by one calamity after another. But when Alexander tells his upbeat family about the misadventures of his disastrous day, he finds little sympathy and begins to wonder if bad things only happen to him. He soon learns that he’s not alone when his mom (Jennifer Garner), dad (Steve Carell), brother (Dylan Minnette) and sister (Kerris Dorsey) all find themselves living through their own terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. Anyone who says there is no such thing as a bad day just hasn’t had one.

I have to be honest- I was pretty bored during the movie.  It’s based on a 20 page book and you can only stretch out that plot so much.  Because of the casting of Steve Carell I was expecting a LOT of physical, laugh out loud humor.  It comes but not until we are about 30 minutes into the 80 minute film.  The other issue is that you REALLY can’t think about the plot too much.  In order to make a bad DAY you have to pack it- no parent would ever schedule a child’s birthday party on the same night as opening for another child’s play AND junior prom.  There are a million problems adults would notice with the plot.  It’s hard to just sit back and enjoy.

However the 7 year old sitting next to me leaned to her mom about 60 minutes in and said “can we buy this when it comes out on DVD”?  She laughed out loud so many times at things like kangaroos, a child drinking WAY too much cough syrup and the entire family kicking trash cans outside of a Japanese restaurant.  It’s got the perfect kid humor and a few random, well-hidden adult jokes as well.  It also shows the strength of a family who sticks together and wraps everything up in a nice bow at the end.

alexander trash cans

I wouldn’t take a child much younger than 6 or 7.  The humor would be lost and the film has earned it’s PG rating.  But for older kids not quite ready for the “tween” movies yet it is perfect.  And if the adults will go into it ready to just have fun, it’s a GREAT family flick.  Catch a matinee or when it hits the dollar theater- it would make for a nice Saturday morning!

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