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  • 09/29/11--08:30: Weekend plans
  • We are going to be very busy this weekend. I plan to dig our Halloween decorations out of our garage and get those semi-organized. Hopefully our home will be all done-up by next week.

    Saturday we're heading over to Knott's for breakfast and Snoopy's Costume Party at Camp Spooky. This is our first time attending and I'm sure that our three year old will have a blast. Maybe we'll even make this a yearly family tradition.


    Sunday, October 2nd, I'm taking our boys over to the Orange County Children's Book Festival. It'll also be our first time attending. It's a FREE event (even the parking is FREE!) and one that I think my oldest will appreciate. I'm looking forward to meeting Molly Shannon and listening to the entertainment.

    Time: 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
    Location: Orange Coast College – 2701 Fairview Road • Costa Mesa, California 92626
    Enter off of Fairview Road. And Arlington

    What are your plans for this weekend?



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    We had an amazing time at Knott's Berry Farm today. The Hubster, my five year old niece, and our two boys were there bright and early for Snoopy's Costume Party at Camp Spooky where we started our day with a delicious breakfast at Lucy's Lunchbox. We were surprised to find that our kid meals came in a plastic Snoopy lunchbox. So cute!

    The last time the Hubster and I visited Knott's was pre-kids so we never went through Camp Snoopy nor did we stop by there to eat. Now, as a Mami, I can tell you that this restaurant is the perfect spot to take the kiddos to eat. They have little yellow picnic tables on the second floor that are perfectly kid-sized. On the first floor, you'll also find mechanical rides, arcade games and even a photo booth featuring the Veggie Tales. Not a bad place to take a rest.


    After breakfast we walked Camp Spooky and ran into a few characters in costume. There was a hunchback character that had all these kids crying... that one might of been a little too much. It wore a black cloak and had huge red eyes. Kinda freaked me out too.


    In between getting on all the rides, we took in all the cool decorations that are on display. This one here is a skeleton with a crazy machine gun. Our son got a kick out of it. Everywhere you look, you'll come across a Halloween decoration. The log ride even has decapitated heads hanging in the openings around it.


    We also walked through the Haunted Harvest and came across a few friendly scarecrows. I'm telling you, Knott's has the friendliest employees. They take the time to have conversations with the kids and really make them feel welcomed.

    We caught some of the high-energy Spooktacular show put on by some of the Peanuts gang too. They sang popular songs and even did the whole Thriller dance. It was fun watching all the kids dance around. The characters walked down into the crowd and boogied down with everyone. Such energy! Although, the entire time I was watching them I couldn't help but wonder just how hot the cast members inside the costume were. I mean, I was hot and I was standing in the shade!



    Finally, we grabbed a yellow bag and went trick-or-treating. There are five different locations at Camp Spooky where you can stop and grab some candy. It's all very organized and not the crazy-fest you'd think it would be. We got a few pixie sticks, lollipops, Skittles and a pack of cookies. And I am totally doing the mommy thing and taking the candy for myself. My son can have the cookies.

    p.s. I rode the Wind Seeker. Yes... I went up 301 feet! It was so much fun!!!


    p.p.s. Quick story: I sat down to feed the baby and left my two-week old phone behind on the bench. It was about a half hour until I realized that I didn't have it on me. I ran back and of course, it wasn't there. You know where it was? At the Information Center! Yes, a Knott's employee or some very, very nice Knott's visitor turned in my phone. I couldn't believe it. I'm such a lucky girl. I would have been devastated if it hadn't of turned up. If I wasn't a fan of Knott's before, I am now!

    Thank you Knott's Berry Farm and GigaSavvy for a great day!

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    On the heels of the phenomenal success of The Lion King 3D – which will cross the $80 million mark at the domestic box office today – The Walt Disney Studios has announced limited theatrical engagements for four of its classic films for the first time in 3D. The following titles from Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios will be released in 2012 and 2013:
    • Beauty and the Beast – January 13, 2012 
    • Disney•Pixar’s Finding Nemo – September 14, 2012 
    • Disney•Pixar’s Monsters, Inc. – January 18, 2013 (Monsters University, a prequel to the original film, arrives in theaters in Disney Digital 3D on June 21, 2013) 
    • The Little Mermaid – September 13, 2013
    I can't wait to take our kids to see these movies! No doubt my oldest will want the Blu-rays too.

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    October marks the changing of seasons and Pretend City is celebrating with Fall Festival. Journey through the city and take in all the sights, sounds, smells, textures and tastes that Fall has to offer. Keep an eye out for tricks and treats and listen carefully for spooky sounds around every corner as Halloween will be celebrated all month with fun activities, book readings and special events.

    Other activities at Pretend City in October:

    Family Fun Fridays & Families Night Out - EVERY FRIDAY (5-8pm)These evening hours are designed for the whole family to have fun, play and learn together! At Pretend City, we support healthy, happy families. Join other families in our community to support your child's optimal health and promote family learning through play! Click and print this coupon for a FREE entry into a Fall Family Fun Friday!

    Read for the Record Day - Thursday, October 6 (All day)Join us as we partner with Jumpstart for our 3rd annual Read for the Record event! This year's book, Llama Llama Red Pajama, visits a topic that all grown-ups can relate to: nighttime blues. When baby llama goes to bed and mama leaves him alone, he wants her to come back. When he calls for her and she doesn't come, he wonders where she has gone; a feeling that many children have at the end of the night. The activities hosted at the museum this day will help grown-ups and children alike work through their fears in a fun way! So don your red pajamas and help us raise our numbers as we Read for the Record http://www.readfortherecord.org/pledge

    Baby Steps through Pretend City - Monday, October 24 (2-3:30pm)Meet babies from all over the community, while enjoying Pretend City and all it has to offer your infant! Take advantage of this exclusive, infant only event by engaging in age-appropriate facilitated activities, which will teach you about your baby's developmental milestones.
    Specifically for: Infants (0-16 months) No older siblings please.
    RSVP: http://pretendcity.org/event/baby-steps-through-pretend-city-2/; max 150
    Fee: $11 per adult, infants are FREE! *
    *Pretend City members receive free admission

    Halloween A Day Early! - Sunday, October 30 (10am-3pm)Pretend City offers the perfect weekend venue for families to come out and celebrate Halloween a Day Early! Dress up in your favorite Halloween costumes and explore the city for all sorts of frightfully fun surprises. As an extra bonus, special guest, Super Why! will be on site to play with the children. Brought to you by PBS SoCal.

    Family Autism Event: Safe Trick-or-Treating - Monday, October 31 (5:30-7:30pm)This special evening is an opportunity for children and their parents/siblings/caretakers to share in some safe "Trick-or-Treating" fun in an autism-friendly environment along with other families. Many of our community partners who specialize in supporting children on the autism spectrum or with Pervasive Developmental Disorders Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS) will be on-hand to enrich your family's play experience with their welcoming smiles and practical support. Only those families who have a reservation and a confirmation number will be admitted.
    RSVP: Please call 949.428.3900 extension 233 or visit http://pretendcity.org/event/family-autism-event-3/ max 80 families (1 ticket per family of up to 5 people)
    Fee: This event is FREE thanks to the OC Register and The Festival of Children's Season of Caring, Possible Dream Grant

    About Pretend City Children's Museum
    Pretend City Children's Museum is the first educational facility of its kind in the western United States representing a small, interconnected city designed to "build better brains" through purposeful play, hands-on learning experiences, role playing, and educational programming. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, it depends on community-based funding and guest support. Through 15 interactive exhibits and activities guided by a highly trained professional staff, children learn foundational math, reading and science skills, while fostering curiosity, creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, organization, teamwork, self-confidence and socialization. The museum is a unique community resource where families, educators and community agencies come together to ensure that each child gains the experiences needed for a productive and fulfilling future. Pretend City Children's Museum is located at 29 Hubble, Irvine, CA 92618. For more information, please visit www.pretendcity.org.


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    Last week, PBS Kids launched over 40 new cross-platform games designed to help children ages 2-8 build critical math skills. My three year old and I are looking forward to checking these games out mainly because I'm crazy busy with the four month old, my three year old doesn't go to preschool and my kid isn't terribly into the sitting down and playing "school" with me. So I'll take whatever help I can get, especially if it's digital.

    The new games are PBS KIDS’ largest offering of interactive math content for preschoolers to date. The games comprise several suites, each of which is centered around a PBS KIDS media property – from CURIOUS GEORGE to THE CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THAT!.  Available for free on the new PBS KIDS Lab website (PBSKIDS.org/lab), each suite links a set of games across platforms – accessible through computers, mobile devices and interactive whiteboards – so that kids engage with the same characters as they move from device to device. The content is also linked by a curricular framework, leveraging games on a variety of platforms to support key math skills.

    Examples from the new suites of games include: 

    CURIOUS GEORGE Monkey Jump (Flash, online with webcam): A kinesthetic learning game in which kids jump along with George to fill a toy store bin with bouncy balls (requires webcam) and count along as each ball is added. There is also an equally fun mouse-driven version of the game for kids who don't have webcams.
     
    THE CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THAT! Hermit Shell Game (HTML5, mobile-friendly): In this game about size and shape correspondence, players help the Cat, Nick, and Sally fit hermit crabs into shells that are just the right size and pattern. Playable on mobile devices as well as desktop computers. 
    SID THE SCIENCE KID Super Fab Lab Science Fair, Mae's Sorting Box (Flash, online and interactive whiteboard): Players help Mae sort her rock collection by color and texture in this flash online game that can also be played on the interactive whiteboard.
    FIZZY’S LUNCH LAB Carnival Count-off (Flash, interactive whiteboard): Kids face off against Fast Food Freddy in the Greasy World game booth where they practice estimation skills and counting by 5's and 10's in a set of carnival-themed challenges. 
    The new PBS KIDS Lab also offers a myriad of resources for parents and teachers.  PBSKIDS.org/lab aggregates games by age and skill area so that adults can search for the games that will be the best fit for their kids. Parents and teachers can also search the game library by familiar and trusted PBS KIDS series. Additionally, the site helps parents and teachers learn how the games support learning by providing details on the games’ curriculum-based content. 
    This new collection of games furthers PBS KIDS’ efforts to innovate across platforms to both educate and entertain America’s children.  PBS KIDS is increasingly serving children wherever they live, learn, and play – online, on mobile devices, on TV, and in the classroom. 

    So tell me, do your kids play on PBSKids.org? If so, what do you like about it?

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    Just like I'm a huge sports movie fan, I'm also a huge superhero movie fan. I don't read comics and I can't really tell you what the superhero is all about but still, I get just as excited as the Hubster does when I find out that a new superhero movie is coming out. This being said, I'm super-pumped that Marvel's The Avengers is set to be released next Summer! 


    Marvel Studios presents “Marvel’s The Avengers”
    The Super Hero team up of a lifetime, featuring iconic Marvel Super Heroes Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye and Black Widow. When an unexpected enemy emerges that threatens global safety and security, Nick Fury, Director of the international peacekeeping agency known as S.H.I.E.L.D., finds himself in need of a team to pull the world back from the brink of disaster. Spanning the globe, a daring recruitment effort begins.

    Starring Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner and Samuel L. Jackson, and directed by Joss Whedon, “Marvel’s The Avengers” is based on the ever-popular Marvel comic book series “The Avengers,” first published in 1963 and a comics institution ever since. Prepare yourself for an exciting event movie, packed with action and spectacular special effects, when “Marvel’s The Avengers” assemble in summer 2012.

    “Like” MARVEL’S THE AVENGERS on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MarvelsTheAvengers

    MARVEL’S THE AVENGERS hits theaters on May 4, 2012.

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    WHO:            Puppy legends and movie stars, B-Dawg, Rosebud, Budderball, will celebrate Spooky Buddiesrelease on Blu-ray Disc and DVD.  

                            La Curacao Shoppers will enjoy a day of family fun including:

    ·        Photo opportunities with the puppies
    ·        Prize wheel with a chance to win t-shirts, posters, trading cards and activity books
    ·        A raffle to win a life-size puppy plush toy and a copy of the DVD

    WHAT:            Disney’s irresistible talking puppies are back in an all-new movie that takes them to a mysterious mansion where something very spooky is going on. In a race against a no-good hound, the Buddies and some new friends must stop the Warwick and the Warlock – and save the world from his dastardly deeds. Complete with a bag full of bonus features, this spooktacular adventure treats you to a celebration of friendship and teamwork your whole family will enjoy.

    WHERE:         La Curacao – South Gate 
                            8618 Garfield Avenue
                            South Gate, CA 90280
                           
    WHEN:            Saturday, October 22, 2011

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    Today I'm helping Laurita Tellado of HoldinOutforaHero.org and Angélica Pérez of NewLatina.net in a Blog Carnival Fundraiser to raise funds for Laurita’s Walk-n-Roll event on October 29th. Through Laurita’s Walk-n-Roll fundraiser and this blog carnival, she hopes to educate more families about Spina Bifida and gain support for her Spina Bifida Association (SBA) chapter in central Florida. Though I have not been affected by Spina Bifida, my heart goes out to all those that have and the parents of those children who share this disease.

    October is an eerie month, filled with monsters, mummies, and the macabre. But while the occasional witch or skeleton might freak you out, one must concede that there are indeed more frightening things– like finding out your child will be born with spina bifida.

    And yet, each day in the U.S., an average of eight families welcome a child with spina bifida into the world. Annually, an estimated 1,500 infants are born with spina bifida each year in the U.S.
    I was born with spina bifida nearly two and a half decades ago. The diagnosis came as a total shock to my family, along with an entire set of secondary complications. I was also born with hydrocephalus, or “water on the brain.” During the first ten years of my life, it seemed I was in the hospital every other week with a bladder infection or shunt malfunction. I’d be lying if I said this wasn’t really scary at times.

    But then, at age ten, I discovered a fantastic way to defeat my worst fears– knowledge. I vowed I would educate myself and read up on the condition that, up until that point, seemed to be taking over my life. Much like a child who imagines a ghost is in his closet, grabs a flashlight and realizes it’s only an old coat, I had come to the realization that, when you take the time to learn about something, no matter how terrifying it may seem at first, everything is less scary in the light of knowledge.
    According to the Spina Bifida Association of America, “spina bifida remains the most commonly occurring birth defect in this country.” Just how common is it overall? PubMed Health, the Web site of the U.S. National Library of Medicine, reported in March of this year: “Myelomeningocele [the most severe form of spina bifida] may affect as many as 1 out of every 800 infants.”

    As a 21-year member of the Spina Bifida Association of Central Florida, I’m doing my part to shed light on this condition by raising money for the Walk-N-Roll for Spina Bifida. When my parents and I moved from Puerto Rico to Orlando, Florida in search of better educational and healthcare opportunities for me in 1990, we found a support system away from our family and homeland in joining the SBACFL. My personal search for a public spokesperson for the spina bifida cause, as well as my work as a current member of the SBACFL board of directors, have helped me find my true purpose– galvanizing as many people as possible to support the spina bifida community.

    So, in the spirit of shedding light on a little-known condition, and in honor of October, which is Spina Bifida Awareness Month, here are some statistics about spina bifida that might spook you a bit:

    • Spina bifida is more common than muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, and cystic fibrosis combined.
    • Latinos have the highest incidence of spina bifida out of all the ethnic groups.
    • Ireland is the country with the highest incidence of spina bifida in the world.
    • About 50 percent of babies with spina bifida areselectively aborted after being diagnosed with spina bifida.
    • Doctors recommend that every woman of childbearing age consume 400 micrograms of folic acid daily to help prevent neural tube defects like spina bifida up to 70 percent of the time. In spite of this, there are currently an estimated 166,000people in the U.S. living with spina bifida– up from just 76,000 just last year.
    • About 90 percent of people with spina bifida are also born with hydrocephalus. Many need a shunt inserted near the brain to drain the excess cerebrospinal fluid– and many requiremultiple shunt replacements during their lives.
    • Other very common secondary conditions include bladder and bowel incontinence, as well as frequent urinary tract infections.
    • After the onset of puberty, young people with spina bifida are more prone to clinical depression than most people. Researchers think this may be due in part to social isolation.
    Being able to share this information with all of you today is without a doubt the most empowering and inspiring aspect of my life. I’d love nothing more than to give you that very sense of empowerment. Please publish this post on your own Web site(s), and feel free to add your own personal intro that will make it relevant to your blog followers. As many people as I’ve managed to rally in support of this cause, you have an advantage that I don’t–your audience. So, please share this information with everyone you come into contact with.

    Below is a video that explains just why the Spina Bifida Association of Central Florida means so much to me, and why I’m participating in the Walk-N-Roll.


    I will be raising money online for Team Holdin’ Out for a Hero until October 29th, when we have our Walk-N-Roll event. Donations can be as small as $5 or as large as $50,000. (Yes, I do like the $50,000 better!) Every cent counts! Every cent of every dollar will go towards supporting families affected by spina bifida in 22 counties in and around the Central Florida region and supporting educational and awareness efforts.
    Yes, to the new parent, or even to the already-grown individual, spina bifida can seem like a scary thing to deal with. But there’s a power in numbers and a strength in awareness– a strength that gives us the courage to open the closet, shine the light in the ghost’s face, and reduce it to nothing but an old coat.
    Thank you for helping me conquer my biggest fear– ignorance of spina bifida.
    ~ Laurita Tellado, HoldinOutforaHero.org
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    We had such a fun and busy weekend and it all started with the Kidgits Halloween Event in The Pumpkin Factory at The Westminster Mall. We walked in and we were greeted by goodies right from the beginning - DOLE Real Fruit Bites! Delicious and in perfect timing because we hadn't had breakfast yet. We passed some of the pumpkins on display and ended up at the Kidgits goodie bag table.


    The goodie bags held a small pumpkin, more fruit snacks, a Children's Place coupon, a cute ghost necklace, a bat clapper and 5 ride ticket. It might have had other things in there, but my child got to it before me.

    We passed the petting zoo and headed straight to the crafts table to make a spider. We colored the spider body, attached the legs and glued on googly eyes. My son, who is so not a big crafter, was very into this project.


    After finishing our craft, we went to the sensory table that held "brains", "scabs" and every other yucky thing that monsters are made of. We dipped our hands into each bowl as I tried to convince my three year old that it was supposed to be fun to pretend to touch monster body parts. My son? Not convinced.


    It was my youngest' first time visiting a pumpkin patch so we had to grab a picture. The Pumpkin Factory has LOTS of great photo ops so we took advantage and clicked away. Here's my fav:

     

    The Pumpkin Factory at The Westminster Mall is open every day until October 31st. Click here for hours.

    Kidgits Club
    I love taking our kids to all the different Kidgit Club events held at Simon Malls.  They're always well organized and you can't beat the $5 a year membership fee. It is such a great value.

    Members enjoy savings from retailers, free goodies at events, a T-shirt when you sign-up, a birthday gift and other benefits throughout the year at participating Kidgits Club Malls. The events that we enjoy the most are Breakfast with Santa and Breakfast with the Easter bunny. My son also enjoys spinning the wheel at the customer service desk and getting a prize every time we visit our mall. I'm telling you, the $5 yearly membership fee is worth it!

    I received no compensation for this post. I received a complimentary Kidgits membership from The Westminster Mall to facilitate my review. However, I've been a Kidgits member for two years now and I stand by everything that I said above. This post do not necessarily represent Simon Property Group's positions, strategies or opinions.

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    The Good: My four month old son has hated tummy time since birth (gosh, has it really been four months already?). We have a baby gym with lights on the floor and even that won't distract him enough to have a five minute tummy time session... the Infantino Right Angle Tummy Triangle, however, does the trick. The tummy triangle comes with a musical timer that has three different settings (1 minute, 5 minutes and 10 minutes). So I like that I can put him down on the tummy triangle, start the timer and know that he's had a good tummy time session. 

    Another major plus is the washable pad on the base. My baby threw up on it the first two times that he got on it but thanks to the washable fabric, it still looks like new. I also like that the mirror and toy that it comes with are detachable. Once we're ready to put it away, I fold down the arch and stick it next to his swing - it doesn't take up much space.

    The Not-So-Good: Setting up the tummy triangle for the first time was very challenging. It took me a good ten to fifteen minutes to set it up. The reason? It was VERY, VERY hard to get the red attachments on the side to click into the base. I wish they came pre-assembled.
    Overall: This is a GREAT baby shower gift or tool to have from the moment of the baby's birth because you will use it from his first tummy time session to his last. There can never be too many tummy time options and were it not for this toy, we would have a tougher time trying to get my son on his belly. This is not a multi-tasker so you'll want to get it early on. Plan to put it away after about six months when he's mobile enough to roll over back and forth. 

    I also like how the timer can be taken throughout the house and truth be told, it will probably be used as a time-out timer since it has 1, 5 and 10 minute intervals.
    I have received the Right Angle Tummy Triangle from Infantino to facilitate my review.

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    Doron Ofir Casting is now seeking unique collectors for the hit documentary television show, “My Collection Obsession.” The series focuses on individuals with the most unique and impressive collections and obsessions across America. Whether it’s a passion for vacuum cleaners or Dolly Parton, “My Collection Obsession” aims to find the ultimate collectors and uncover the biggest and best collections that America’s most obsessed have to offer.


    “As collector myself of pop culure memorabilla I thrive on the hunt, and the acquisition of an elusive item is the ultimate thrill. The pride of owning and displaying my personal treasures is an emotional and satisfying feat. I am seeking others who are  surrounding themselves amongst the things they love most” Doron Ofir, Casting Director.

    If you or someone you know has an incredible collection or obsession and would be interested in appearing on the show, please send a short description of your collection/obsession and brief explanation regarding why you were drawn to this particular object, theme, idea or lifestyle.

    Email: MYCOLLECTIONOBSESSIONCAST@GMAIL.COM

    Please include your name, age, city of residence, photos of you and your collection/obsession and a phone number or email where you can be reached for further questions.


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    Pinkberry, the number one tart frozen yogurt brand, will open its new Brea location on November 18, 2011.  The new store will be located at The Brea Plaza Shopping Center (1623 E. Imperial Highway), making it easy for Brea and surrounding Orange County residents to try Pinkberry’s one-of-a-kind taste.  A special grand opening event open to the public will take place on Thursday, November 17 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. where guests will be treated to a free small Pinkberry with toppings (limit one per guest).

    Pinkberry is premium frozen yogurt made with real nonfat yogurt and nonfat milk that is rBST hormone- free.  Pinkberry is made with only the highest quality ingredients and is the perfect balance of tangy and sweet, resulting in a refreshing, clean and craveable taste.  

    Ron Graves, Pinkberry CEO, says, “As a brand born in Southern California, we are excited to open a store in Brea as we continue growing Pinkberry in the region.” 

    The new Brea location will serve six distinctive Pinkberry flavors:  the signature Original flavor, a sweet and tangy yogurt with a refreshing finish; Pomegranate, a bold and tangy flavor made with 100 percent California-grown pure pomegranate juice; a rich, indulgent Chocolate; Pumpkin, a layered flavor with pumpkin and spice undertones; Peanut Butter, a unique flavor that blends salty with sweet; and a Featured Flavor that rotates seasonally.

    Customers can personalize every yogurt experience at Pinkberry with any combination of delicious toppings.  At Pinkberry, uncompromising quality is paramount and the toppings bar is no exception.  Each topping is selected with the highest quality standards, whether it’s Grade-A fresh fruit that is hand-cut daily in-store, organic gummy bears with no high fructose corn-syrup, all natural honey almond granola, 100 percent pure Pomegranate juice, or rich, premium Belgian chocolate shavings.  Toppings are thoughtfully selected as a unique and delicious complement to the various Pinkberry frozen yogurt flavors.

    In addition to frozen yogurt and toppings for immediate consumption, Pinkberry also offers Pinkberry Take Home, 25 ounces of Pinkberry, swirled-to-order and packed on ice to ensure your Swirly Goodness will get home safely to your freezer.  Pinkberry also offers Fruit Parfaits, Smoothies, and Fresh Fruit Bowls as fresh and satisfying choices for any time of day. 

    The newest Pinkberry Brea location will be open Sunday through Thursday 11 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., and Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

    Local fans who want up-to-the minute news and discount offers should sign up to be a Pinkberry Groupie at www.pinkberry.com/groupie.  The brand can also be found on Facebook and at Twitter @pinkberry.

    - GIVEAWAY -
    Mandatory Entry
    Living Mi Vida Loca is giving away a TWO $5 Pinkberry gift cards. To enter, simply leave a comment letting me know which flavor you would try on your next Pinkberry visit.

    Get more entries by doing any of these items below - please leave a separate comment for each entry. Contest entry MUST be done first.

    Additional Entries
    Become a fan of Living Mi Vida Loca on Facebook.

    Become a public follower of Living Mi Vida Loca via Google Friend Connect.

    Follow Living Mi Vida Loca on Twitter. Tweet about this giveaway and include a link to this post, @PattieCordova and the hashtag #Pinkberry. Post the link to the tweet on a separate comment in this post.

    Share the news about this giveaway in a blog post and leave a comment here with a link.

    Leave a comment on another post on this blog and leave a comment here with a link.

    The fine print
    Contest open to U.S. Residents over 18 years of age
    Contest will end on Friday, November 18th at 8pm PST.
    I will use random.org to pick the winner.
    Contest winner will be notified via email. If winner fails to reply within 48 hours with mailing information, a new winner will be chosen using the same method as above.
    I received a $5 Pinkberry gift card in exchange for this post. My thoughts and opinions were not compromised in any way.


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    This is a chance to win a bird-free feast, with all the flavor and trimmings, delivered to your door!! Winners will be drawn weekly through Thanksgiving and will receive a complete Tofurky Feast, which includes:
    • A 32-ounce Stuffed Tofu Roast, including Wild Rice and Bread Crumb stuffing
    • An 11-ounce Amy’s Kitchen Vegan Organic Chocolate Cake
    • A 14-ounce pack of Tofurky Giblet Gravy
    • A pack of Tofurky Jurky Wishstix (the vegan version of a wishbone)
    • Coupons offering special discounts on other vegetarian and vegan items
    For more information, click over to the Tofurky Facebook sweepstakes page: http://www.facebook.com/TofurkyFan?sk=app_121509864600845.

    I'm crossing my fingers that we're one of the lucky winners. We have Tofurky every Thanksgiving and I would love to round it out with all the other fabulous vegetarian items. Delicioso!

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