Wednesday, March 30, 2016

List: How to plan a Disney vacation in 2016.

Growing up I was a very lucky girl.
Every summer my grandparents took me, my brother, and my cousin to Disney World.
We always looked forward to this road trip and the vacation never disappointed.
As we got older my grandparents starting cashing in their Disney timeshare for other trips.
While we haven't gone in years, the memories have never left me.
I may just have the best nanny and papa in the entire world.  Just saying!

These days my grandparents are completely uninterested in making this trip.
While that's true, they kept their timeshare so their great grandchildren can have the same memories.
With a new generation on the family tree, our nanny and papa is still the best!

My husband and I agreed this year we'd utilize the timeshare and take the famous road trip.
He doesn't know how we'd spent a night at Savannah, Georgia or about our special detours.
We're going to take this family tradition and make it our own this time.
And I can't wait!!!!

How to plan a Disney vacation in 2016.

1.  Start the planning as early as possible.
Things aren't as simple as they were all those years ago.
Everything in Disney and Disney related are based on paid reservations.
Example:  We started planning 3 months ago and we're unable to reserve half of what we wanted.

2.  Download the Disney application.
This makes booking, changing, and canceling reservations real easy.
It's also a fantastic way to view your "itinerary".
I'm a little disappointed how a Disney trip became all time slots and schedules.

3.  Consider opening a Disney credit card.
I've searched high and low for discounted tickets for Disney world.  They don't exist.
The best deal was opening a Disney card for a $200 credit on your first large purchase.
Buying the tickets with the card was like having a $200 coupon.  Then pay it off.

4.  Learn the Disney lingo.
You'll want to research things like "hopper tickets", "memory maker", and "fast pass+".
If all else fails, call Disney direct and have them explain these terms for you.
Overwhelming is an understatement.  One plus is "fast pass+" is free!

5.  Pick which parks you're going to on which day.
You'll need to know this so you can schedule your "fast pass+" options and reserve dining spots.
Dining reservations seem to book up the quickest.  If you're picky with this, do it stat!
I was real sad to learn that all 3 meals with the princesses was booked MONTHS in advance.

6.  Decide if you want to attend a character dining.
I wanted to book a fun dining for my mush and a fun dining for my Godson.
Unfortunately, 3 months in advance was too late.  Many of these experiences were booked.
I was able to grab a spot for Brunch at Chef Mickeys and a lunch with Safari Donald Duck.

7.  Decide if you want to attend a dinner show.
These book just as quickly as the character dining.  If you want a popular show, book it now.
Look into the different cuisines, shows, and drink availability to decide which is the best.
We settled for the Hoop Dee Doo Revoo.  We were sold at unlimited Sangria.  Heyyy!!

8.  Research what rides or events have the longest line.
You can only book 3 "fast pass+" appointments per park per day.
You want to pick these wisely.  Word is the character signings have the longest lines.
We tried to book our fast passes in the morning and around our dining reservations.

9.  Look into the free events that your ticket includes.
There are many experiences that don't cost anything extra once you're in the park.
There are parades, fireworks shows, and other events that go on during the day.  Plan around them!
This is when the app's itinerary comes in handy.  You can set reminders for these events!

10.  Become real familiar with your app.
This app lets you know wait times and character appearances without walking the park.
Use it to avoid long waits and to get the most out of your trip.
The magic of Disney has become a very meticulously planned event.

What are you Disney trip planning tips?

Monday, March 28, 2016

List: Ten words and phrases created and used by a toddler.

Last week I suffered through a very traumatic event at work:  my favorite water bottle died.
Feel free to have a moment of silence for my beloved cup.  He was a faithful work companion.
The next day I had no choice but to borrow my baby girl's Elsa & Ana cup.
When a co-worker quickly made fun of me, their giggle turned to a laugh when I called it a baba.
Apparently there's no need to refer to things in baby talk when speaking to adults.  Woops.

That got me thinking of all the different things my mush has changed into her own word.
In an attempt to record these cute fake words forever, I decided to share them all with you!
I know, I know.  You all got a little nervous that I wasn't going to share.  No worries, here they are!

Ten words and phrases created and used by a toddler.
Please note:  It took all the power in the world to write "toddler" and not " baby".

1.  Let it go
Anything Frozen related including the actual movie will forever be known as "Let it go".
Except for Olaf.  Apparently he deserves his own identity...

2.  Chicken
Every single type of meat in the world will forever be called chicken.
This causes confusion when fulfilling her requests.  We always hear "not THAT chicken"...

3.  Blah Blah Blah
Hotel Transylvania will forever be known as Blah Blah Blah.
The best was hearing my grandpa say "Luci, what is blah blah blah?!".

4.  Picker
While the rest of us are using our computer, my baby girl is using her picker.
This one actually took me a while to decipher.  I had to ask her to show me the picker.

5.  Pop Pop
The movie Rio and all of its characters will forever be known as Pop Pop.
Apparently the only part of the movie that stuck is the 2 second clip saying "I'm the pop pop".

6.  Tangled
When my Mush wants her "tangled" she isn't talk about the movie.  She wants her scarf.
I can only assume the dangling ends of the scarf reminds her of Rapunzel's hair.

7.  Meow
For months now she ends almost every word, phrase, and question with "meow meow".
The sad part is, I do it back.  And, no, I have no idea why...

8.  S'kito
Every bug in the world, except for a spider, will forever be known as a S'kito.
Spiders are always referred to as itsy bitsy.  Trust me, some of them were NOT itsy bitsy.

9.  Dookah Dookah
She's been saying this since before she was one and I still have no clue what it means.
At this point she may just be saying it on purpose to hear me ask "WHAT IS A DOOKAH?!"

10.  Queen Jaclyn
When I'm not mommy, I'm Queen Jaclyn.
Don't look at me like that.  I have no idea where Princess Luci got that from...

What made up words have you heard toddlers say?

Friday, March 25, 2016

Recipe: Pizza Rustica AKA Easter Pie

**While I'm busy playing Easter bunny and getting my home ready for the holiday, enjoy my favorite Easter themed re-posts.  For those who celebrate, here's to a very happy, happy Easter!**

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Every year on Easter, my grandmother serves the most delicious Italian Easter pie.
The tradition goes that after fasting throughout lent, we indulge like a piggy on Easter.
This Easter pie, better known as Pizza Rustica, is filled with meats, cheese, and eggs.
And, oh my goodness, is it yummy!!!  My man was drooling for a month before it was served!



Pizza Rustica

2 Pie Crusts
¼ lb Salami
¼ lb Ham
¼ lb Soppressata
¼ lb Pepperoni
8 Eggs
½ Cup Parmesan Cheese
16 oz Mozzarella
16 oz Ricotta

Take each meat and make sure the skin has been removed.  Dice eat meat into ¼” pieces and separate them.  For the majority of the meats, I use my cooking scissor.  Dice the chunk of mozzarella into ¼” pieces and put to the side.  In a bowl, beat the (8) eggs and mix in the Parmesan and the mozzarella into it.
This pie is made with layers, so try not to mix the ingredients together.

Lay the bottom pie crust along the bottom on the pie tray.  Coat with a thin layer of your egg mixture along the bottom.  In separate layers, spread each meat all across the bottom of the pie.  In between each layer of meat, spread an equal amount of ricotta, and the egg mixture.  Continue this until the pie is full and all of your ingredients have been used.  Top the pie with the second pie crust and seal it closed.
Nanny always brushes melted butter and pokes a few small holes in the top pie crust.

Preheat the oven to 325* and bake for an hour and half.
Yummy, yummy, yummy!

Have you ever or will you ever make pizza rustica?

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Ideas: How to make a fun Easter basket for your toddler.

**While I'm busy playing Easter bunny and getting my home ready for the holiday, enjoy my favorite Easter themed re-posts.  For those who celebrate, here's to a very happy, happy Easter!**

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For all of my readers that celebrate Easter, here is a step by step guide to make the perfect basket.
Some of you may not know this about me, but I am totally NOT crafty.
…and by not crafty I mean, the abbreviation DIY makes me cry and art makes me nauseous…
Luckily, this lack of creativity is genetic which means Madre was able to guide me in simple terms.
She gave me step by step instructions that will make my Mushy think I’m a basket making pro.
What’s that? Thank you?  Oh, yea, you’re VERY welcome my fellow non-crafty people!

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Ten steps for the perfect Easter basket for your toddler.

Step 1:  Pick a practical theme.
This could be a color, a hobby, a movie, or even a band!
I was torn between my Mushy’s three favorites; Sponge Bob, Rio, and Olaf.  Olaf won.

Step 2:  Buy a basket.
As my amazing man constantly reminded the other day, don’t buy a huge basket.
You will feel obligated to fill the basket, so choose one that’s cute and reasonably sized.
To stick with my Olaf theme, I picked one that was baby blue with silver strips throughout.

Step 3:  Pick and buy the “big” gift.
Madre was very firm when she said that this is NOT Christmas.
Proper Easter basket etiquette is to fill it with one large gift and then a bunch of smaller items.
I picked the Olaf-A-Lot speaking doll toy from target.  It’s theme related and lots of fun!  Score!

Step 4:  Pick and buy (1) chocolate bunny.
The chocolate bunny is an Easter staple and should be displayed appropriately.
The size of the bunny is dependent upon the size of the basket.
I got the Dove dark chocolate bunny since it’s my favorite and obviously Mushy takes after me…

Step 5:  Purchase paper grass.
You will need this to line the bottom of the basket.
Madre suggests paper because a child or pet is less likely to choke if it’s consumed on accident.
I picked silver light gray and baby blue to go with my theme.

Step 6:  Buy Easter themed candy.
There are so many options to choose from that this part was the most fun!
Madre suggested to stick to three candies to keep in budget and still be festive.
I went with traditional Peeps, little chocolate carrots, and bite sized Milkyways so Mushy don’t choke.

Step 7:  Pick your basket fillers.
Madre suggested rocking the dollar section of Target to find cheap fillers.
Surprisingly, I found many fun things to fit in the Easter theme that were only $1 each.
I got Olaf tattoos, Olaf activity books, Olaf silverware, crayons, and a stuffed bunny.

Step 8:  Purchase plastic eggs.
These were surprisingly inexpensive and could totally be reused year after year!
Use the majority of the eggs to hide on Easter morning, but set aside 3 or 4 to put into the basket.
Growing up there was always a dollar inside the eggs in my basket.  I decided to do the same!

Step 9:  Buy plastic cellophane.
This is to wrap around the completed Easter basket so make sure it’s sized accordingly.
I wanted to go with my theme on this, but Madre was right to push the clear plastic to emphasize the basket.

Step 10:  Put the basket together.
Start with lining the basket with the grass and placing the “big” gift as the focal point.
Then place the chocolate bunny to the side, yet in a place where it would be the second thing noticed.
Sprinkle the candy along the bottom of the basket and then randomly place the plastic eggs.
Take the filler gifts and strategically place them around the “big” gift.
Cover with the clear plastic cellophane and staple closed.
Madre’s final suggestion is to hide the basket and then put it out Easter morning next to a gnawed on carrot.

What are your Easter basket tips?

Monday, March 21, 2016

List: Ten ways to break your family from a mundane routine.

If your family is anything like mine, you've fallen into a routine that leaves you yawning.
Work, dinner, chores, sleep, repeat and throw in the occasional movie night or shopping trip.
This busy routine with little excitement has me feeling like life is just passing me by.
That forced me to brainstorm ways we can continue to be productive and still be spontaneous.
No worries, readers!  Of course I'm going to share my brilliant ideas with you!


Ten ways to break your family from a mundane routine.

1.  Host a forgotten holiday.
Growing up Madre always threw holiday parties every Chinese New Year and National Pig Day.
Pick a holiday that you'd never celebrate and host a fun, themed event in your home.
I think we may have did Chinese New Year better than the Chinese.  Just sayin!!

2.  Have an after dinner game hour.
Our Friday nights consist of a trip to the grocery store, Chinese food, a movie, and then bed.
Once in a while we can swap our movie time for a family game night of Pop the Pig or Jenga instead!
I'll forever be impressed by my two year old who is practically unbeatable at Jenga...

3.  Take on a productive project as a family.
Whether you're a family of one or ten, there are always multiple projects that need to get done.
Take a dreaded task like painting the living room or re-potting your plants and make it fun!
While my hubby is painting the sitting room, he lets our mush paint an undone wall with water colors!

4.  Pick one day to play hookie.
Pick a day to play hookie from work, school, or just your weekend errands and be spontaneous.
My favorite way to spend a free day is to take a short road trip to a explore a new place.
I've been begging my man to play hookie and explore different areas of the hamptons with me!

5.  Respond yes to an invitation.
Many times I get invites in the mail only to decline whether it's poor timing or a lack of cash.
Once in a while you need to force yourself to say yes.  Parties, events, and celebrations are always fun!
Especially the ones where you get to dress up!  I love to wear a nice dress and a killer pair of heels.

6.  Be competitive.
I find that a little competition can make any mundane task just a little bit more interesting.
See who can finish their chores first.  Loser has to make dinner while the winner sips wine and watches!
Ladies and gentlemen, I'll totally zip through my chores if it means a nice glass of La Crema!

7.  Utilize Groupon for cheap day trips.
I've gotten inexpensive trips to zoos and aquariums through that app and yet I've stopped using it.
Stay awake an extra hour Saturday to clear up your Sunday for a fun day trip as a family.
The older my Mushy gets, the less we seem to venture out of the house.  This must change!

8.  Start a cook book challenge.
Routine seems to take over your weekly meals as well.  Spice dinner up with a cookbook challenge!
Invest in a cookbook and challenge yourself to make try a new recipe from it every week.
We've been doing this with a Rachael Ray book and let's just say dinner has been a lot more Yum-Oh!

9.  Plan a pot luck dinner with your closest friends.
This requires little work for the host and always ends with lots of laughs.
Give each person an assigned course to bring any food of their choice for a real interesting menu!
I find that this is so easy and fun that you can rotate who hosts every couple of months!

10.  Plan a vacation.
I'm a firm believer that everyone deserves at least one vacation a year whether it's a trip or a stay-cation.
Take time to plan a vacation and thoroughly enjoy it!  Vacations are the best breaks from life's routine.
How much longer until we all venture to Disney as a family?  I can't wait!!!!

How do you break your family's mundane routine?

Friday, March 18, 2016

Recipe: Tomato Soup with Eggs and Ricotta.

One of my favorite meals to make when I was single was tomato soup with egg.
It was REAL easy to make and very filling.
It's also less the carbs so it was totally waistline friendly!

Once my hubby and I got together, I tried to make it once in a while as a quick dinner.
He would refuse to eat it and tell me that it looked like vomit.
In his defense, this quick dish really does look like someone puked.
Finally, after some strong persuasion tactics, I got him to try it.
...and he absolutely loved it...

How to make tomato soup with eggs and ricotta.

First, you need a can of Amy's Organic Chunky Bisque Soup.
I use three cans to feed my husband, my daughter, and myself for dinner.
It really HAS to be this brand.  I've tried many others and none compared.


Second, you need plenty of eggs.
I use two eggs for everyone one can of soup.
I'm not fussy on the brand of eggs, but I somehow always end up with Market Pantry.


After gathering both ingredients, I'll coat the bottom of my medium sized pot with olive oil.
Then I'll pour all of the cans of soup into the pot and add the eggs.
I'll then thoroughly mix together the soup and the eggs.
Once they're combined, I'll boil the mixture for a solid 10 minutes stirring frequently.
When it's fully cooked, the soup should pretty much be sucked up by the eggs.

After it's cooked, I'll pour them into large bowls leaving a decent amount of room.
I'll then add two very large spoon fulls of ricotta on top of the soup.
I strongly suggest using Polly-O ricotta.  I've yet to find one to even closely compete.


I like to eat it by grabbing a little bit of ricotta and soup at the same time.
My husband likes to mix the ricotta into the soup before eating.
Either way, it really is delicious.
Quick, easy, and budget friendly.  You just need to get past the appearance.

Have you, or will you, try tomato soup with eggs & ricotta?

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

List: Ten things to never say to your wife.

There are many things that men should really try to avoid saying to their wife.
I'm not referring to those mean, hurtful things we say in a fit of anger.
I'm referring to those silly things that just come out in a fit of verbal diarrhea.
Don't deny it!  We all have those slips of the tongue that make us think "what did I just say?".

This post is meant to be fun.  So let's keep it like that!
I'd also like to squash the reasonable assumption that my husband said most of these.

Ten things to never, ever say to your wife.

1.  "Maybe you should try that Kim Kardashian shape wear."
When I asked if I looked fat, I really wanted you to say NO.  And don't ever compare me to a Kardashian...

2.  "Dinner is great!  Can you get me a drink?"
The fact that I made and served dinner means that you can fill MY glass with a nice red!

3.  "...because I'm a man."
That is not an excuse or a justification of anything.  You and you're extra body part can leave now.

4.  "I'm not a diabetic.  Can you use more salt?!"
Just because you like things salty, doesn't mean the world does.  Get the salt shaker and SHAKE!

5.  "My friend's wife always does that herself."
Perfect!  Why don't you ask him to divorce her so that you can be with her yourself?!

6.  "Why can't you dress more conservative like your sister in law?"
First off, I dress appropriately.  Second, you had no problem with how I dressed when you asked me out!

7.  "That's the woman's job."
Just for that, I'll never do that again.  Like, ever.

8.  "I'm hungry."
That's nice.  I have to pee.

9.  "This house is a mess."
I'm glad you noticed!  The broom is in the closet and the paper towels are under the sink.

10.  "He just said or did that because he wants you."
Or, MAYBE, he's just a nice guy?  In which case, you may want to ask him for some advice.

What things do you think men should never say to their wife?

Monday, March 14, 2016

List: Ten stereotypes about women in the workplace that need to be squashed.

I'm a firm believer that women can do anything a man can do, and sometimes they do it better.
While we're lucky enough to live in a time that men and women are typically considered equals, it's disheartening to hear a select few people still put men on a higher pedestal.
While these ignorant people are far and few between, I got stuck with two of them!

Ladies, let's get together and squash those idiotic rumors I was forced to overhear.
FYI, men, in my household, our chores, childcare, and salaries are all pretty much equal.


Ten stereotypes about women in the workplace that need to be squashed.

1.  Women take more time off then men.
All employees are given an equal amount of paid time off based on position and seniority.
Apparently this is proven by our stereotypical mental instability and our motherly instincts.
I fail to see the fine print in my employee handbook that states "Women get an extra 3 days off".

2.  Women with children are less reliable.
As a mother, I would think this would be the opposite.  I became more reliable after having a child.
Apparently children make us use more PTO time, make us sick, and fill our brains leaving no room for work.
I forgot that men have an invisible shield to protect them from getting their child's cold.

3.  Women can't work extended shifts.
We wouldn't have applied let alone accept a position if we couldn't work the required hours.
Apparently we need to come in later and leave earlier to take care of a household.
I work a solid 10-12 hours shift several times a week...and I'm a woman, wife, AND mother!

4.  Women aren't a good business investment.
Women get married and have babies which makes them more likely to quit after a certain age.
Apparently our desire to gain a certain position isn't enough evidence to prove this rumor false.
Not all women want to be full time caregivers.  Those that do, probably won't waste time pursuing a career.

5.  Women sleep their way to the top.
Believe it or not, many women work real hard to obtain certain titles and positions.
Apparently we are incapable of using anything other than our bodies to get anywhere in life.
Truth is, we typically have to work harder than men to overcome stereotypes and to be that star wife.

6.  Women get upper management positions to fill a quota.
See number five.
I find the fact that these laws still exist insulting.  Their existence puts a damper on any woman's success.

7.  Women are too emotional to make hard decisions.
Not everyone is qualified to be in a decision making position.
Both men and women need to learn how to separate their emotions from their business duties.
That reminds me of a corporate meeting I attended last year.  A man giggled at the word "duty".  SMH

8.  Women need to be protected.
While I'm all about chivalry, men need to know that it's more of a want than a need.
Apparently we need a man by our side to protect us physically or from a professional nightmare.
When I asked for a position in the field I was told no because "maintenance men are pigs".

9.  Women don't like to get dirty.
While I'll admit that I hate to get dirty, not all women are that way.
Apparently women are the only ones who shy away from the dirty jobs and  physical labor.
I recently asked a male coworker to hold something and he told me "but, my shirt is clean".  Just saying!

10.  Women are weaker and submissive.
The majority of men are physically stronger then women, but that doesn't make us weak.
Apparently a man's physique is going to make us jump and say "yes sir" at every request.
Besides, I know plenty of women that could mentally or physically kick anyone's butt!

What stereotypes of working women would you like to squash?

Friday, March 11, 2016

Life: Friday Ramblings.


I'm trying to remember...
...that my hair, nails, clothes, or anything else doesn't make me.  I make them.
I've been in a slump this week due to a bad hair cut.  It's silly, but I needed a confidence boost.

I'm totally in love with...
...my new lap top!  The screen is clearer and the keys are smoother.
I mean, where have you been all of my life?!

I'm itching to...
...swap my winter clothes for lighter and brighter things!
I remained hopeful until the snow flurry that rudely interrupted our 60 degree weather.

I was completely caught off guard...
...when my two year old responded to a light scolding with "ExcuUUuuseee me!".
It took everything in me to hold in a giggle while I watched her express attitude!

I'm heavily contemplating...
...changing my last name.  He's pushing the issue and I was hoping to ignore it until it went away.
I love him and am proud to be with him, but I'm petrified of losing the last of my identity.

I can't stop drinking...
...Cafe Bustelo K Cups every morning!
Kudos to the person at my job who added this to our coffee line up.  It's delicious!

I'm completely dumbfounded...
...by the fact that sexism is still so prominent in the workforce.  Talk about ignorance.
I overheard two men having a discussion about why women shouldn't be in management.

What are your Friday Ramblings?

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Life: Happy Sixth Birthday, God Son!

Last week, my first love, my God Son turned six years old.
Do you remember his fifth or even his second?

I'll skip the sappy part where I complain that life passes quicker than I can hold onto it.
I'll also skip the part when I brag about how handsome, polite, and mature my baby boy is.
But... I will take a quick second to confirm that all of the above about my God Son is 100% true!


He had a rocking Power Ranger themed extravaganza!
Ever wonder how to throw a 6 year old's Power Ranger birthday party?  Here's some tips!

Complete with...

...Power Ranger decorations and balloons...

...pin the tail on the Power Ranger...

...lots and lots of pizza...

...intense games like hot potato with awesome prizes for the winners...

...dance offs including an award worthy group dance of the Nae Nae...

...a Power Ranger ice cream cake with the birthday boy's face...

...a surprise visit from Spider Man and his nifty can of Silly String...

...and a Power Ranger pinata for the grand finale!


He was gifted some super cool things like...

...a fish tank with baby pond fish...

...awesome clothes that will automatically make him the cool kid...

...hot new kicks...

...and then the grand finale from his proud God Mommy!
An all paid trip to Disney World complete with...
tickets to Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom...
and front row tickets to the Hoo-Dee-Doo Musical Revue...
and a reservation at Chef Mickeys!
I think I'm more excited to take my two babies then they are to go.  Eep!!

Please join me in wishing my God Son a very Happy Birthday!

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