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SAFE KIDS DAY (awareness about preventable injuries) #SafeKidsDay

19 Apr

On Saturday afternoon, April 12, Safe Kids Worldwide held its second annual Safe Kids Day at The Highline Stages in NYC to help raise funds and awareness about preventable injuries, the number one killer of children in the United States. My kids and I were excited to attend and learn how to prevent injuries. (Safety first). I also invited my cousin along to join in on the fun.

Special guests in attendance included: Cristen & Nigel Barker (host, The Face), Genevieve Gorder (host, HGTV’s Dear Genevieve), Felipe Lopez (retired basketball player), Bellamy & Tallulah Novogratz (HGTV’s Home by Novogratz), Alysia Reiner (Orange is the New Black) & David Basche (The Exes), Nick Stevenson (Orange is the New Black), and more.

Guests were treated to a “carnival” themed event featuring booths with classic games and experiences that helped promote child safety. The festive atmosphere invited families to participate in different activities including a Fun House with an oversized “in the eyes of a child” kitchen, an Imagination Playground, face painting, balloon making, and more. “Click” the Talking Carseat Fortune Teller was a big hit with kids of all ages, utilizing his comedic wit to teach children about the importance of wearing a seatbelt; and there was a cool, virtual-reality car game to help teach kids about road safety.

My kids had fun at the oversized basketball court that were available as soon as we walked in. If you got the ball in the hoop kids were given a sticker to put in their booklet. Your booklet had to contain a sticker from each station in order to receive a prize at the end. Former NBA star Felipe Lopez was on hand to help some of the shorter children slam-dunk oversized basketballs. This station emphasized safety on the playground.

The giant ball pit was a favorite for my kids who put on life jackets and jumped in. This station focused on water safety. All the kids looked as if they were swimming and just having an amazing time. Even the smallest kids were adorable. My kids dived right in. (No shoes allowed).

There were face painting stations that my kids made it their business to get their arms painted with amazing art work.

There was even a stunt bike show by professional biker Chris Clark. Even professionals must wear helmets and that was demonstrated in his heart racing, mouth dropping performance. Bell Bike Helmets were at the event to provide kids ages 1 and up with helmets for bike safety. My kids were excited to get a cool helmet.

My son and cousin tried out the driving simulator courtesy of General Motors, and Chevrolet. My daughter sat in the back seat. The kids also sat on a real fire truck parked outside and received a fire hat. (Not a real one).

There were other fun games and entertainment for the kids as well. We also were treated to food at the food trucks that were parked outside for the guests. Uncle Gussy’s amazing Greek food provided us with gyros, Greek fries, and cheeseburgers. Gorilla Cheese had delicious tater tots and grilled cheese nice and hot and gooey. Yum!!! Coolhaus kept everyone nice and cool on that hot day with their gourmet ice cream sandwiches. Fed Ex parked outside with gift bags for guests.

It was a great turnout for Safe Kids Day and just want to thank everyone for putting this event together and for the invite. Can’t wait for the next one!!

Safe Kids Day was presented by Children’s Tylenol, with support from the General Motors Foundation, FedEx, Chevrolet, and others.

At the following link you’ll find exclusive images (**photo credit: Safe Kids Worldwide) from the Safe Kids Day NYC event : http://goo.gl/Ksnstl

And below are links to additional images & footage from the event.

House Photos can be accessed via Getty: http://goo.gl/KpgjQb (**photo credit: Safe Kids Worldwide) as well as http://goo.gl/3jx3JH (**photo credit: Karen Sterling/Safe Kids Worldwide).

House B-Roll Footage and includes red carpet interviews featuring Cristen & Nigel Barker, Genevieve Gorder, Felipe Lopez, Bellamy & Tallulah Novogratz, Alysia Reiner & David Basche, and Nick Stevenson, as well as inside footage from the event: https://www.hightail.com/download/elNLWUhqTStRR2REZU1UQw

ABOUT SAFE KIDS WORLDWIDE
Safe Kids Worldwide is a global organization dedicated to protecting kids from unintentional injuries, the number one cause of death to children in the United States. Throughout the world, almost one million children die of an injury each year, and every one of these tragedies is preventable. Safe Kids works with an extensive network of more than 600 coalitions in the United States and in 23 countries to reduce traffic injuries, drownings, falls, burns, poisonings and more. Since 1988, Safe Kids has helped reduce the U.S. childhood death rate from unintentional injury by 55 percent. Working together, we can do much more for kids everywhere. Join our effort at safekids.org.

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. All opinions are 100% mine as always.

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SPRING BREAK AT THE CULINARY KIDS FOOD FESTIVAL #GIVEAWAY #culinarykidsnybg

11 Apr

Celebrate Food With the Family at the
Culinary Kids Food Festival!
April 14-21; 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

As part of the Garden’s Edible Academy initiative, join us for a family-friendly, weeklong food festival celebrating the relationships among plants, farms, and your favorite foods. Ruth Rea Howell Family Garden staff and the culinary team, Growing Chefs, will be on hand offering cooking demonstrations, recipes, and hands-on activities, with plenty of music and tastings to add to the fun. Bring your Festival passport along as you tinker with the science of kitchen chemistry and get to the root of foods from honey to sprouts at a variety of activity stations. The daily 1 p.m. cooking demonstration will feature kid-friendly recipes and tasty samples, while local chefs will share tips and recipes. For more information, visit nybg.org

Giveaway: Who wants to win a family four-pack of tickets to the festival? Leave a comment below telling me what your kids are looking forward to for Spring Break.
A winner will be picked April 13th and tickets can be used on one of the days between April 14- 21.

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FAMILY FUN WITH SCOOBY DOO, THE WWE WRESTLERS, & MONDAY NIGHT RAW #wwe #wwemoms

9 Apr

I grew up watching Scooby Doo and the gang solve mysteries, so when my family was invited to a screening of their movie “Scooby Doo Wrestle Mania Mystery.” I knew we were going to be in for a treat. Not only were my kids seeing the movie, they were also going to meet the WWE wrestlers who were also in the animated film. Triple H, Sin Cara, Brodus Clay, Santino Marella, The Miz, Kane, AJ Lee, and Stephanie McMahon were all at the screening for the kids to take pictures with, and they also stayed to watch the movie with everyone. Scooby Doo even showed up, greeted the kids, and took pictures. John Cena is also in the movie but was not at the screening. Everyone had a great time. There were snacks, lunch buffet, gift bags, and the movie was funny and my kids enjoyed themselves. As a Scooby Doo fan I always knew the gang would solve the mystery and was always on my toes hoping Scooby and Shaggy wouldn’t get caught by the monster. This film is great for ages 5 and up especially if you love mysteries, adventure, humor, and a little wrestling.

In front of the theater was a Scooby Doo van that I had to take a picture of. I also took plenty of pics of the WWE wrestlers.

If that wasn’t enough we also got treated to see WWE Monday Night Raw at Barclay Center in Brooklyn. First there was a pre party with tons of food, treats, Stephanie McMahon, more wrestlers, Scooby Doo, and gift bags. I’ve always wanted to see a wrestling event live and finally got my wish. My two youngest kids, hubby, and I were super excited. Special guests on stage were Hulk Hogan, Arnold Schwarzenneger, and Joe Manganiello.

Scooby Doo Wrestle Mania Mystery is now available on DVD $19.98 and Blue-Ray Combo $29.98. (Suggested retail prices)

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. My family and I saw the screening and received tickets to Monday night Raw and received gift bags. Opinions are as always 100% mine.

R.I.P (Ultimate Warrior) James Brian Hellwig #WWE HALL OF FAME

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COFFEE LOVERS CHECK OUT #LIFEISGOOD #DOWHATYOULIKE #spon #coffee

9 Mar

On March 6, 2014, Penn Station in NYC was packed full of coffee lovers for the #LifeIsGood event. Commuters were greeted by staff with coupons for $1 off coffee purchases and of course free coffee in a variety of flavors. There was also live music, and giveaways. Bloggers and media got to sit down in the Life Is Good lounge and relax to the music and enjoy the delicious flavors of coffee. It felt like I was just sitting in my living room on my couch enjoying good cups of coffee. I tried the S’more to Love coffee first which is a rich campfire classic and you are sure to taste the melty chocolate graham cracker and fluffy marshmallow flavors. The next flavor I tried was their Dark and Daring. For those coffee drinkers who love dark brewed, bold flavor then this will certainly knock your socks off. Happy Medium was also being given out for coffee lovers who enjoy an Arabica blend with a compromise of light and dark roasts. Surround yourself with its positive energy and savor an all-around at-ease coffee experience.

I will use my coupons to purchase all the flavors and especially the Banana Bread Bliss which sounds amazing. My favorite at Penn Station was the S’more to Love. My kitchen cabinets will be stocked with Life Is Good coffee.

Life is Good, the popular apparel company with a positive purpose has partnered with Smucker’s to bring delicious, premium coffee to consumers, while staying committed to spreading the power of optimism and helping kids in need.

Life is good Coffee is positively delicious and comes in five flavors:
* Light Hearted, a light roast ground coffee
* Happy Medium, a medium roast ground coffee
* Dark & Daring, a dark roast ground coffee
* S’more to Love, a s’more flavored ground coffee
* Banana Bread Bliss, a banana bread flavored ground coffee

Life is good donates 10 percent of its net profits – including from Life is good Coffee – to help kids in need through The Life is good Kids Foundation. To date, Life is good has raised $11 million for The Life is good Kids Foundation through Life is good products and community fundraising efforts.

Check out this amazing company online http://www.lifeisgood.com
Twitter @Lifeisgood
Facebook.com/LifeIsGood
Instagram.com/LifeIsGoodCO

Disclosure: This is a compensated post. Opinions are 100% mine.

Giveaway: I am giving one of my readers a Life Is Good Coffee gift bag filled with coffee items and apparel.
Mandatory: Follow Life Is Good on Twitter, and leave a comment below telling me which flavor you would love to try and why.
Winner will be picked March 30, 2014.

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#GIVEAWAY ticket for @CricketAzima cooking class @KidsFoodFestFun @BryantParkNYC #KFF #TCK

28 Feb

The Kids Food Festival at Bryant Park is back again this year!!! March 1, 2, 2014 is a weekend of fun for families. Presented by Creative Kitchen , kids engage all five senses through hands on, food related activities. Kids can also attend hands on cooking classes at the James Beard Foundation Future Foodies Pavilion where renowned chefs pass on their recipes, skills, and love for all things culinary to a new generation of learners. There is a scavenger hunt for kids where kids bounce between exhibitors and activities to sample tasty, wholesome snacks while learning the importance of achieving balance in their food choices. Families will enjoy live musical performances, a disco dance party, fitness workshops, and more. Each activity, relays a special message about healthful eating!!

Founder, Cricket Azima has a passion for providing cooking classes to children in New York City. The Kids Food Festival combats the very serious issue of childhood obesity in such a fun and effective way. This festival reaches thousands of families in one weekend which is incredible.

General admission to the event is free, and tickets to the hands on cooking classes in the James Beard Foundation Future Foodies Pavilion can be purchased at http://bit.ly/KvR2Hphe

Visit http://www.Kidsfoodfestival.com or @KidsFoodFestFun on Twitter for more info.

My kids and I enjoy going to KFF and taking cooking classes, scavenger hunt, cooking demos, entertainment, and tasty, healthy food. We also enjoy the raffles and giveaways. I encourage everyone to get out for a weekend of fun.

I am offering my readers a free ticket for a hands on cooking class in the James Beard Foundation Future Foodies Pavilion with Cricket Azima.

Leave a comment and tell me why you would love your child to attend Cricket’s class.

Winner will be picked tonight. Contest ends 9 p.m.

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. My kids will attend Cricket’s class. Opinions are my own.

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The @AmericanExpress Holiday Truck hitting the streets of NYC this weekend!! #AmexMakeMyDay

18 Dec

Raise your hand if you’re still running around doing last minute shopping? Are your family members in town visiting and you’ need something to do this weekend? The kids are about to go on a holiday vacation from school till January so what are your plans for them this weekend? I think everyone could use a couple of freebies. Yes, I said FREEBIES!! How would you like to enjoy a few days without spending any money? Well, this weekend Saturday, December 21, through Monday, December 23rd The American Express holiday truck will be hitting the streets of NYC and want you to enjoy free cupcakes and hot cocoa.

American Express is treating thousands to yummy Candy Cane Crunch cupcakes from (Baked by Melissa), and creamy hot cocoa at multiple locations throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Who doesn’t love freebies? Let me know if you were able to make it to a few of the stops and tweet about it on Twitter, or shout it out on a Facebook with hashtag #AmexMakeMyDay
Enjoy!!!

Cupcakes and Cocoa Truck Schedule:

Day 1: Saturday, Dec 21
– Meatpacking (Vehicle 1, stop 1) – noon
– Chelsea/Highline (Vehicle 1, stop 2) – 3 p.m.
– Midtown/5th Ave (Vehicle 2, stop 1) – noon
– Central Park South/Columbus Circle (Vehicle 2, stop 2) 3 p.m.

Day 2: Sunday, Dec 22
– Washington Square Park/Greenwich (Vehicle 1, stop 1) noon
– West Village (Vehicle 1, stop 2) 3p.m.
– Cobble Hill (Vehicle 2, stop 1) noon
– Park Slope (Vehicle 2, stop 2) 3 p.m.

Day 3: Monday, Dec 23
– Herald Square (Vehicle 1, stop 1) noon
– Midtown/5th Ave/Rock Center (Vehicle 1, stop 2) 3 p.m.m
– Bryant Park Area (Vehicle 2, stop 1) noon
– Soho (Vehicle 2, stop 2) 3 p.m.

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LUVS LULLABYE LIFT PROGRAM #LULLABYLIFT @LUVS

7 Oct

Disclosure: This post was made possible by the Double Duty Divas and I received product but all opinions are 100% my own.

Luvs, the diaper brand that celebrates the humorous – and real- side of parenthood will be hitting the streets of Brooklyn on Thursday, October 10th and Friday, October 11th, for a super fun program that we would love to share with you and your readers.
As our newest commercial demonstrates, one of the ways many desperate parents are able to help ease their babies back to a solid slumber in the middle in the night is to take them for a ride in a car; but as we know, on the crowded streets of New York City, many folks don’t have their own vehicles. So…how do those parents get their restless little ones back to sleep?
That’s where Luvs is stepping in. On October 10th and 11th, we’ll be providing a Twitter powered taxi-service in the Brooklyn area, to ease the worries of those parents with sleepless tots. Parents with restless little ones can tweet @Luvs #LullabyLift, between the hours of 6pm-12am, and we’ll dispatch one of our customized Lullaby Lift taxis, complete with car seats for little ones, to come to the rescue. Our courteous drivers will pick up parents and their babies and take them for a spin so that little ones can get some rest. On their way out, riders will be gifted with new Luvs with Nightlock, with our longest absorbency area ever to help lock wetness away even overnight, to make sure they never struggle with sleepless nights again.

NICKELODEON’S WORLD WIDE DAY OF PLAY IN PROSPECT PARK

28 Sep

September 21st was Nickelodeon’s World Wide Day Of Play in Prospect Park, Brooklyn NY and my kids were so excited to be a part of it. We arrived early and proceeded through the park. It was a long walk inside of the park. Once we got in the line wasn’t long at all and after security check my kids were ready to play everywhere. We started at the Zumba station where they were showing kids how to Zumba and have fun. They gave out CD’s, neon bags to carry around throughout the day, and magazines.

After that my kids going these enormous size bowling balls and pins, and toss the rings set. We also ran into Spongebob, Patrick, and the Power Rangers. The lines were long if you wanted a picture with them but my daughter took a few with the Power Rangers.

We headed over to the tennis exhibits so the kids can play one on one with the host from Figure It Out Jeff Sutphen. They were excited to meet him. I took pictures and video of them. He’s very friendly and funny.

Of course the main reason they wanted to go was to see Ariana Grande and Big time Rush perform all their songs. My daughter said she wants to marry James or Kendall. Don’t tell her I told you that. Lol. The line just to see the concert started at least 4 hours before the concert was even to begin. Everyone wanted to be in the front but when you have small kids sometimes the front is not the best. We were in the first group but I stayed near the back so my kids could sit on the gate and have a great view. There were also big screens so everyone could see.

Big Time Rush and Ariana Grande performed all their songs and sounded great live. My kids sung every single song and so did I. I hear the songs all the time in my house so I should know all the words. Lol. All the kids were excited and by the screaming and crying going on it was a hit.

Food was sold but with credit or debit cards only and there was free water stations. Birdseye vegetables also was on hand and gave out macaroni and cheese with broccoli which was delicious.

So after my kids played at a few more exhibits they were finally ready to go after a long day. If Nickelodeon comes back to New York I hope it’s in Central Park closer to home, but hubby drove us home so we didn’t have to take long train ride back. Lifesaver.
We had a fun filled day!! Enjoy the pictures!

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NYC Dumpling Festival

27 Sep

Saturday, September 28th is the 2013 Tang’s National New York City Dumpling Festival at Sara D. Roosevelt Park (Chrystie St. Btwn Delancey St & Grand St.) from 12-5.
If you’re a fan of dumplings and want to see a live dumpling eating competition then this is the place you need to be. This event is free but food sample prices vary. Try dumplings from around the world like china, Italy, and Poland just to name a few. There will also be live cultural performances, and interactive games. All proceeds from this event will benefit the Food Bank for New York.
For more info visit http://www.dumplingfestival.com

HARLEM ARTS FESTIVAL 2013 @HarlemArtsFest

29 Jun

Today was the first day of the Harlem Arts Festival in Marcus Garvey Park. The festival is free and open to the public with something for everyone. There’s free live music, dance, theater, visual arts, spoken word, as well as activities and classes for youth and families. Artists came out to celebrate the legacy of Harlem by presenting their art. A group of performers on stilts opened up the festival by marching and playing instruments. That was a nice treat for the kids. If you head to the Gallery Walk you will find all of their work displayed. For the kids there’s Kid’s Corner where kids can paint, make sock puppets, or do arts and crafts. The Main Stage which is in the Richard Rodgers Amphitheater showcases the live music, dance, and theater performances. Second Stage is for acoustic performances, artist talks, and spoken word performances. The gentrifusafication performance and open talk was interesting. The performances on the Main Stage Evan Shinners, and Kris Bowers were very good.

Today there was a mask making workshop for kids. There was also a power yoga dance for everyone to join in, and a ballroom dancing workshop. My son said he could have taught that class. He did win a gold medal for ballroom dancing if you didn’t know, and he’s only ten years old.
There were plenty of vendors and sponsors on hand as well. Sweet Leaf Tea organic sweet tea handed out free bottles of their teas original, as well as mint and honey green tea. They also gave out free lip balms, sunglasses, hand sanitizers, and coupons. Popular Community Bank handed out mini basketballs for the kids. NY Sports Club handed out free complimentary 3 day passes to their gym on 125th street.

Food trucks showed up to show their support like Phil’s Steak (my favorite). You know I couldn’t go without having a Philly cheesesteak and took one home for my son. Also on board was Fishing Shrimp which I also tried because I love me some shrimps. Everything was fried just right and their whitings were very good. Snap Hot Dogs was another food vendor who showed up with their gourmet hot dogs. My kids loved their lemonade. There was also a Brooklyn organic coffee and tea truck. The best part was the lines weren’t long at all. We need more food trucks in Harlem.

There are also t- shirts and tote bags for sale. I won a tote bag through Twitter so I just had to pick it up. Love it!!

Tomorrow is going to be exciting as well, so if you didn’t make it today I encourage you to get out tomorrow. It’s from 3- 8 p.m. at Marcus Garvey Park 5th Avenue between 122nd and 124th street. Their twitter handle is @harlemartsfest if you need more info.

My kids and I had a great time and can’t wait till next year.
Enjoy the pictures!!

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