LEGO® KidsFest New England
The Connecticut Convention Center
The LEGO® KidsFest
national tour is stopping in Hartford, CT! With 3 acres of hands-on fun this is a great event for kids of all ages!
One Reader will Win 2 tickets for the LEGO® KidsFest
opening night session on December 6, 2013. These tickets include a special exclusive VIK event starting at 3pm. The LEGO® KidsFest
session is fom 4-8:30.
A Winner will be chosen at random by Us Family Guide
on November 15th. The winner will receive an email from me along with being announced here on Lollipops and High Heels.
ENTER TO WIN A PAIR OF LEGO® KIDSFEST TICKETS HERE
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Disclaimer: These Tickets are being provided by LEGO® KidsFest in coordination with USFG for this giveaway in exchange for this post, I will also be attending the convention for free in exchange for a future review post. All my reviews are based on my own honest opinion.
The Red Sox are the 2013 World Series Champions! Anthony stayed up for the game, which has made for a very trying morning, but it was worth it! Minutes after the win, he came running into my room asking for a new shirt and hat. Of course I agreed, its the Red Sox!
So I searched through Amazon, one of my affiliate partners, to find an amazing shirt for the boy and his daddy. Plus I found a bunch more cool Red Sox stuff!
This is the standard shirt and hat that we saw all the players wearing…
But as I shopped around, I found a bunch of other fun Red Sox products that my little (and big) Red Sox fans would love!
Definitely just added a few to my Christmas shopping plans!
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The fall weather is upon us and there is nothing better than a cozy relaxing weekend afternoon with family having some amazing Pizza for dinner.
Tonight’s pizza order in our house will consist of 2 large extra cheese pizza’s. Extra Cheese is the kids favorite type of pizza. The hubby loves peperoni unless we’re at a Brazilian restaurant, then he’s all about the olives and corn topping. My favorite is Chicken Barbeque Pizza. However the kids usually win and we get Cheese!
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According to diners,
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Here are some other key facts that
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- A majority of pizza
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when ordering pizza.
- Rather than choose
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convenience (accessibility, timeliness).
- Chicago Style
Deep Dish was one of the least preferred crusts (8.5 percent) among those
surveyed. Thin and crunchy was the most popular crust
among respondents in our survey (39.9 percent) followed by hand-tossed, New York
Style crust (38.9 percent)
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is one of my favorite outings of the Fall Season! The kids always have a blast and there is so much to do that it never seems to be overly crowded in any one particular area!
The Kids Favorite part of the farm is the Hay Maze, they run around in it for about an hour each year whether we are apple picking or pumpkin picking. Its not very big, but its still a nice size for the kids to run, jump, and get lost in.
They also like the tractor training area. Anthony is starting to outgrow this but the little ones still have a blast driving the little tractors around. The foot pedals are still a bit hard for them to reach so Grammy had to walk around with them and push on the pedals when they would get stuck.
is hands down my favorite place to get apple cider and warm cider donuts
! You can see the donuts coming out of the fryer, dunked in the sugar, and placed in a bag right while your standing in line. The apple cider also tastes very fresh! Everything is so yummy we sat down outside immediately and ate up!
Next we went over to the Animal Barns to feed the animals. Aidan would have stayed here all day if I let him. He loves animals more than any child I’ve ever seen!
Then finally, the reason for our trip, The Pumpkin Patch! We already had 2 bags of apples at home from our apple picking trip
, so we had our minds on Pumpkins when we planned our Parlee Farms trip this year. There was thousands of pumpkins to choose from and we made it out with six. 3 smaller pumpkins to paint, and 3 larger ones to carve.
With the exception of some minor fights over who’s turn it was to push the wheelbarrow, we made it out with no meltdowns and some amazing memories!
I will always LOVE this yearly tradition!