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Things To Do NYC Edition - Pip's Island

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We first heard of Pip's Island last year when Valentina was 4 years old. The show is recommended for kids ages 4 and up, but Valentina was a little bit more quiet last year and therefor we decided to skip it and not go. I was a little bit sad after hearing the rave reviews from fellow blogger friends but I knew that Valentina would not have participated and been by my side most of the time. Since this is an interactive theatrical adventure.
One thing we knew for sure is that if Pip's Island opened again this year, we would go.

Wonder Park Inspired Amusement Park

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All words and opinions are 100% our own.


Part of being a child is your imagination and letting it be free. As a parent I've loved watching my children grow up and watch them go on imaginative adventures. 
 When I saw the trailer for Wonder Park I almost cried a little bit, part of it being that I'm a baby cry and another part of it was because I've already watched how my oldest son left that part behind and now I get to watch my youngest embrace her imagination.
Wonder Park reminds us of the beauty that is imagination.

Walk.Ride.Rodeo Viewing Party

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Movie night is a family tradition where we get to bond over laughter, and sometimes tears. It 
always takes on a special meaning, especially when it involves a movie that with a heart warming message.We got to host a viewing party for Walk.Ride.Rodeo which is now streaming on Netflix.