My kids have been enjoying the latest Wonder Pets dvd – the Wonder Pets Join the Circus. These critters even managed to keep the attention of my wild 15 month old for a record 11 minutes which is incredible.
This week we’ve been treating Kenzie to “mini” movie night as we’ve enjoyed Beverly Hills Chihuahua in 2 sittings before bedtime. And I just love the HD and sound on these Blu-Ray dvd’s we’ve been watching. Fabulous. Super cute movie for the kids and this Mom loves the chance to sit back, relax, and watch something that is geared for the kids, but also fun for the entire family. I love that Kenzie is old enough and has the attention span for some humorous “family” movies nowadays.
And much to my husband’s dismay, after Disney’s release of High School Musical 3 and the High School Muiscal “remix” on Blu-Ray, I’m just shy of turning little 3 yr. old Kenzie into another High School Musical junkie. What can I say? Kids love the fanfare, the drama, and the music.
Mike and I will be watching the highly recommended “The Boy in Striped Pajamas” this weekend for a date night which I hear is totally amazing. We wanted to see it in the theater last year but babysitting never worked out so now that it is available on DVD we’re anxious to see moving story.
Other Notable Mentions:
Pinocchio’s 70th Anniversary Blu-Ray DVD combo is now out. Enough said! Everyone should see it and goodness knows you’ve got to snatch up these Disney classics before they go back in the vault never to be seen again for another decade.
Bolt releases on 3/24/09 in another Blu-Ray DVD combo from Disney. We can’t wait to watch it!
Barbie Thumbelina – hits the street on 3/17 and I’ll be purchasing this flick for Kenzie for her Easter Basket. (All You Magazine has $3 off coupons!) We are totally all over the Barbie movies in our household after falling in love with Barbie in the Diamond Castle.
Frances in a storybook DVD combo came out late last month. We love it! It has been so much fun to see one of our favorite storybook characters brought to life on the big screen. If you’ve got little girls and never read the Frances series, they are darling books with fantastic messages for your preschoolers.