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Friday, January 25, 2019

Favorite Baby & Toddler Disney Outfits

Some of our favorite baby and toddler Disney outfits including a variety of both small shops and major retailers like Target, Old Navy and the Disney Store.


When it comes to taking kids to Disney, outfit planning is half the fun. I’m not joking when I say that at least 25% of my children’s wardrobes are probably theme park related. Since before Easton was born I have been collecting Disney themed clothing items and planning outfits in my head. 


As our kids have grown we've branched out into some amazing small shops for our Mickey & Friends themed clothing addiction and I love pairing their items with basics we already own. We also find a lot of Disney basics at places like Target, Old Navy, Gap, the Disney Store and more. Here are some of our favorite outfits with purchasing information and links.

Discount codes:
Freshly Picked: Use code FMOKayleeT when you join the Fringe for an extra $5 credit
Neverland Crew Clothing: TOBIN10 for 10% off

Tee: Neverland Crew Clothing | long sleeve tee (pj top) and joggers: June & January

Onesie: Gap Baby |  hat & pants: June & January


Tee: Sweetees Apparel | Moccs: Freshly Picked | Cardi & shorts: June & January | Socks: Ali Express


Sweater & Cardi: June & January | Moccs: Freshly Picked



Tees left to right: Beckett's Threads | Target | Disney
All shorts: June & January 


Moana tees: Two Chicks | Shorts: June & January 


Tee: Tees & Tots | Shorts: June & January | Moccs: Freshly Picked

Blanket: Modern Burlap | Snap top, pants, booties: June & January

Tee: Target | Pants: June & January | Moccs: Freshly Picked


Sweatshirt: Gap Kids | Sweatshirt, pants: June & January 


Tees from left to right: Target | Etsy | Old Navy | Baby Gap | Root Avenue 
All bottoms: June & January 

Sweater: Gap Kids | Pants: June & January 

Tees from left to right: Sweetees Apparel | Tees & Tots | Wild Rich Kids | Neverland Crew Clothing
Moccs: Freshly Picked | Shorts & socks: June & January 


Discount codes:
Freshly Picked: Use code FMOKayleeT when you join the Fringe for an extra $5 credit
Neverland Crew Clothing: TOBIN10 for 10% off


Some of the above may be affiliate links. Nothing in the contents of this post was sponsored. All opinions and ideas are always my own. 

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Birthday Party

A Not So Scary Party for an October birthday. We combined his love of Disney & Halloween for the perfect spooktacular celebration. Scroll down for links to mentioned items.


I cannot believe my big boy is three! The past few months Easton has taken his love of all things Halloween and Disney to a new level (which might have something to do with him seeing the Halloween decorations up at Magic Kingdom while it was still August). So when I asked him what kind of party he wanted for his third birthday he told me a "Spooky Mickey Party". While it might seem random to some, Easton has been watching the Haunted Monster Musical episode of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse on repeat since June so I wasn't surprised in the least bit.



I've always been a sucker for a good theme and I may or may not have gone a little bit overboard when it came to planning his party. I had to talk myself off the Amazon ledge a few times to keep myself from ordering 10 foot tall Mickey Halloween inflatables.




We went with an afternoon party and served light finger foods including Mickey Chicken Nuggets, Spooky Spinach Dip, Peanut Butter & Jelly Bones and a haunted cheese platter. I used my Sharpie skills to turn mandarin orange cups into pumpkins which served as both a snack for the kids and a great table decoration.




I decided to go with the traditional Not So Scary colorway using black, orange, neon green and purple for most of our decorations and tableware. There is a real lack Disney branded Halloween party supplies so I mostly stuck with solid colors or basic seasonal decor with small Mickey accents where I could. I used a black plastic table cloth to cover up our usual dining room canvas to create the perfect backdrop for additional party decorations.




For Easton's cake, I did go all out and ordered a custom sprinkle mix made to match the Magic Kingdom's Not So Scary Halloween Party theme and I'm pretty sure it was the best $8 I've spent in a long time. His cupcakes were from Sam's Club and I just had them made with the solid colored icing and added my own Wilton sprinkle mix when I picked them up.




I wanted something simple looking for the boys' outfits so I ordered them solid black shirts off Amazon and then ironed on Mickey pumpkin patches and paired them with shorts from our favorite- June & January.



I set out some basic Halloween crafts for the kids to do on the back porch and had a color your own "Club Candy Corn" cardboard haunted play house for them as well. These cardboard play houses have become a bit of a tradition at our parties and the kids never seem to tire of playing with them. For favors I was able to find the perfect Disney Halloween sticker books at Micheal's for each kid to take home with them.



A huge thank you to my aunt, Maria, for making Easton's birthday banner and name sign. And to Justin for putting up with my party insanity and not asking questions when I gave him a list of things I wanted to do for the party.


Boys' Outfits:
Wasabi shorts: June & January (get 20% off your first order!)
Iron on patches: Ebay

Cake:
Custom sprinkle mix on the cake: Sweet Treat Stencils

Decorations & Tableware
Glitter pumpkin stack
Halloween sectional party trays
Halloween Napkins
Table coverings
Solid colored tableware
Beverage tub: Target past season

Food:
Mickey Chicken Nuggets: Sam's Club
Cupcakes: Sam's Club
Halloween food picks
Bone cookie cutter

Playhouse and crafts: Micheal's in store only


Some of the above may be affiliate links. Nothing in the contents of this post was sponsored. All opinions and ideas are always my own. 


Thursday, September 13, 2018

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Cookies


 These Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Cookies are the perfect thing to ease you into Thanksgiving overload. Light, fluffy, sweet and just a hint of pumpkin- it's just enough fall to get you through until October rolls around. 


Do you have pumpkin whiplash yet? I know I do. I can barely open my laptop or turn on my iPad without being smacked in the face with pumpkin overload. Pumpkin Spice Lattes, Pumpkin Cupcakes, Pumpkin Candles: I have even seen Pumpkin Twinkies on Pinterest.


Whatever happen to easing into the holidays? It's still 85 degrees out. We plan on going in the pool this weekend. I can't start eating pumpkin pie right now. I want to get into the seasonal spirit but I can't justify opening a can of pumpkin puree just yet. So I made you a pumpkin spice fill in the blank dessert with just a hint of the good stuff.


When I saw this Limited Edition Philadelphia Pumpkin Cream Cheese I knew exactly what I would be making with it. Seriously, stock up on this stuff. It is like crack. I want to spread it on everything, no really, everything. And now that I have tried it, I have visions of frostings, bagels, donuts, breakfast foods and more. I am pretty sure I will be buying this about 957 times between now and late November.


It has a distinct pumpkin taste on its own but once you add it to chocolate chip cookie recipe you have a heavenly cloud of subtle pumpkin goodness. These cookies are just what the doctor ordered when it comes to curing your holiday themed food hangover.


Because really, it's not even October yet. And if Pinterest keeps it up with the pumpkin madness, I highly doubt anyone in my family will feel like a pumpkin spice anything by the time we finally make it to Thanksgiving dinner. So make these cookies and give your taste buds (and your can opener) a little break.

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Cookies
  • 10 tablespoons of butter
  • 8oz. of Philadelphia Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 2 cups of flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 cup of chocolate chips
1.) Beat together butter, cream cheese, egg, sugar and vanilla until smooth.

2.) Mix together the rest of the dry ingredients (except chocolate chips).

3.) Slowly add and beat in dry ingredients mixing only until fully incorporated. 

4.) Stir in chocolate chips.

5.) Using a rounded cookie scoop, place scoops of dough onto a lined cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes. 

Enjoy!

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