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OlgaDavis30: September 2016

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

WDW - Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique Review


I have to say that Maddie and I really enjoyed this part of our stay. Okay maybe me a little more than her! I was just so excited for her to get her first "makeover" into a princess.

Like many of the parents there I made my reservation at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at the Magic Kingdom 180 days in advance. The date chosen also coincided with our Lunch at Cinderella's Royal Table. In my opinion it was more important to get the lunch reservation and try and get a spot at the boutique before we had lunch. If I couldn't get a spot, my back up would be to visit the newer location at Disney Springs, but luckily it all worked out.

When I made my reservation they let me know to leave at least a two hour window in between plans. I thought they were kidding around, but really you do need that much time. You don't want to be running late. As with many things at Disney World, you hold your reservation with a credit card. Be sure that if you are going to cancel you do it 24 hours in advance, otherwise you do get hit with a small cancellation fee.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with Cheese Enchiladas!


I'm sharing a super easy and fast recipe for Enchiladas for Hispanic Heritage Month. My familia is from Mexico, and we love eating food! There are so many ways to make enchiladas, but this is they way my family makes them, and its all about tradition, right? In my family we try to keep things simple since there is always so many around to feed. So this past weekend my mom and dad helped me put together a yummy lunch for the family helping to celebrate my niece's 8th birthday.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Stitch Fix Review - September Box


Finally, the air is cooling and there seems to be the scent of Fall in the air. This month my stylist, Kate, hit it out of the park with her Fall picks. I told her I need to add some Autumn colored pieces to my wardrobe and she delivered. My box was full of yellows, oranges, and greens. Love! Still wondering if Stitch Fix is for you? Take a look at some of my previous posts. When you're ready just sign up at www.stitchfix.com and fill out your profile. It's just $20 for your styling fee, which can be applied to any pieces you purchase from that box. Now lets take a look at what we got.


Eclair Brenyn Split Neck Blouse in Navy - $37
This was a nice light flowy material, perfect for the transition from Summer to Fall. This blouse is perfect for work with trousers, or can be dressed down with some skinny jeans. 

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Taking Flight Short Film Premier


Were you able to join in on the Radio Flyer Facebook Live event on Saturday September 10th? It featured Moonbot Studios' short film inspired by the life and heritage of Antonio Pasin, inventor of the Radio Flyer wagon. A wonderful warm spirited film about a small boy's day with Grandpa and how it transforms into an epic adventure. If you weren't able to watch the Taking Flight Premier you can catch the feed on the Radio Flyer Facebook page or watch the short film on youtube or keep scrolling below to watch. You'll be flooded with memories of your own grandfather, I know I was. And how cute is his buddy Ryder?! After you watch the video let me know what you thought, thumbs up? I know I gave it two. Visit www.radioflyer.com for a look at all their products.

Do you have your own special memories related to Radio Flyer? Why don't you share them and you could win! Little Red Stories is a platform where Radio Flyer users can share personal stories about how a Radio Flyer product has brought fun and joy to themselves or loved ones, in the past or now. A winner is chosen once a week throughout the months of September and October. The winner will be featured on the Radio Flyer website and receive a prize. See details here and good luck!


This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Radio Flyer. The opinions and text are all mine.

Friday, September 2, 2016

Back to School Style - Target's Cat and Jack


We love shopping and clothes, and what better excuse than back to school, to have us get ourselves to Target.

I was so excited to see the introduction of Cat and Jack, a children's clothing line for Target. Designed with kids, for kids. There are so many looks to choose from, and all at an affordable price. Plus the shirts have positive messages that I love, and cute designs that Madeline enjoys. I also found out that the clothes are made to last, but if it doesn't you can return it with a receipt up to a year later!

We headed out to our local Target and I had Madeline pick and choose what she liked. What do you think about her picks? She may have gotten a little style advise from mom, but she did the picking...and I happily dished out the credit card. She was excited to be walking out of the store with her own bags!



Most of the items below ranged from $4.50 to $7.00. I wasn't able to get pictures of everything, so you'll need to follow Madeline or I on Instagram to see the rest of her back to school loot. I wonder what she'll choose to wear first.








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