Posts tagged #NetflixMoms
Coming Together Over Food, Music & #Netflix

The best moments happen when my family comes together. My little family, the extended family and the whole gang of us. Great moments occur and I can say that usually food, music and entertainment play a huge parts of these momentous occasions.

For instance whenever I catch a whiff of lavender, I always think of my grandmother. Or when I hear an old song on the radio, I instantly think

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The 5 Best Summer TV Shows

I have been on a bit of a British binge of late with Netflix. My son told me the other day I need to be grounded from all things British. I don't know what the draw is for me, perhaps my love of history. But I do love all these period shows that Netflix is currently streaming. My summer nights have been filled with British and Irish accents.

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Is Your Kid A Bedtime Staller? #StreamTeam

Do you have a “5 more minute” negotiator on your hands, or is your little one slow as snails come bedtime?

It is utterly ridiculous some nights in my home. My son is the staller. He just simply does not want to go to bed early because he thinks he is too old to go to bed before 10 pm/ But we all pay the price the next day when Mr. Grumpy pants waked up at very early o'clock in the morning for school.

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Adventures Change Everything

Parenting is always an adventure in the making. Just yesterday I took my three little people and one of my son's friends to Six Flags Great America. The lines were long, the wait times were insane, my son and his friend forgot tot text me to let me know where they are and I had a mini panic attack thinking they were lost to me and how was I ever going to tell my friend I had lost her child; when all the while my son and his friend were in an arcade as I was wearing downs paths looking for them both!

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TV Shows to Stream on Netflix this Summer

While my children are taking a break this summer and not attending summer school, I still want to inspire their learning throughout the summer months. We still school part-part-time three days a week for an hour or so. We do loads of summer reading programs and naturally I look for anything that helps me and my kids keep connecting.

My kids love to listen to any story about myself when I was a child. They will ask me to tell them the same story over and over. It cracks me up. It connects our childhoods; they have something in common with me. There’s something pretty awesome about connecting with my kids over something I loved when I was young.

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New to Netflix This May #StreamTeam

There's a lot of great series and shows coming to Netflix this month. Like,  Legally Blonde and Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde! And another great Netflix original is being introduced. Grace and Frankie, Netflix's new funny and fearless original comedy featuring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston. It is the perfect example of how today’s families can shift, rearrange and blend in unexpected ways.

GRACE AND FRANKIE5/08/15 In GRACE AND FRANKIE, Jane Fonda (“Grace”) and Lily Tomlin (“Frankie”) star as two women whose lives are suddenly turned upside down when their husbands reveal they are gay and leave them for each other. Both sparring partners and partners-in-crime, they form an unlikely bond to face an uncertain future together and discover a new definition of “family,” with laughter, tears and plenty of mood enhancers along the way. 

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Inspiration for Reinventing Yourself #StreamTeam

At the beginning of every month, Netflix adds a plethora of new shows, television programs, series and movies that are full of inspiration for reinventing yourself. This month (March 2015) sees the addition of a new Netflix original series – the Tina Fey produced Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is a comedy series that was originally created for NBC. It stars The Office’s Ellie Kemper as a woman who gets rescued from a cult after 15 years and starts her life again as a nanny for a famous socialite in New York. Armed with just a backpack, light­up sneakers and a couple of past­due library books, she takes on a world she didn't think even existed anymore. Despite circumstances, the three main characters, Kimmy, Tituss and

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