And last but not least in my week of thanks, is my husband. He is very thankful for technology. He loves his computer, ipad, movies, gaming system, and other fun toys like most techno geeks. But in addition, he's also thankful for technology because it allows him to go to school long distance to get a 2nd masters in statistics, and allows him to stay at home with his family while he works a 2nd job - high school math teacher by day, online college math grader by night.
I have a lot of movies, games to post about that were supposed to be broken up in to several days worth of posts. But because of our unplanned sick break, prepare for an onslaught of technological entertainment posts.
With all that's going on, we are incredibly busy. Sometimes its nice to be able to put in a nice, clean show that holds the kids attention. That being said, first up is Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups.
About - The North Pole has a new litter of playful pups! However, when the frisky foursome—Hope,
Jingle, Charity and Noble—practically destroy Santa’s Workshop with their mischievous
gamboling, they realize the best way to prove that they’re responsible enough to become
Santa’s Helpers is to show how well they can spread the Christmas spirit all by themselves.
With help from a magic crystal, they start granting everyone’s wishes. But their good
intentions backfire when one unhappy boy asks that Christmas go away forever! With his
wish impetuously fulfilled, and the joyous spirit quickly disappearing from the planet, Mrs.
Claus and the pups have to find a way to reverse the spell—or risk losing Christmas
These dogs are super cute and my girls love them. I like that this movie has less to do with Santa, and more to do with the Christmas Spirit. Here's a clip that shows what this movie is all about.
To Buy - Santa Paws 2 was released Nov. 20th, and is available now! Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups [Blu-ray + DVD Combo] has a SRP of $39.99 but is available on Amazon right now for $27.86
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