Hallmark Movies & Mysteries “A Bramble House Christmas” Premiering this Sunday, Nov 19th at 9pm/8c! #MostWonderful


Hallmark Movies and Mysteries holiday movie A Bramble House Christmas airing November 19, 2017 at 9:00 PM/EST (8:00 PM/CST)

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The time where there is an abundance of holiday shows, movies and other programming to really get you into the holiday spirit.

My family and I always make sure to watch the “classics” during the holiday season (A Christmas Story, Elf, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Jingle All the Way, Miracle on 34th Street, Rudolph, Frosty and It’s a Wonderful Life to name a few). But we are not confined to watching JUST those movies. We are constantly on the look out for new movies to usher in the holiday.

Holiday programming is part of our holiday traditions. For example, on Thanksgiving we always watch March of the Wooden Soldiers (the original version), Miracle on 24th Street and How the Grinch Stole Christmas. We have been watching them for the past 20+ years. What I love about this tradition is that our kids – no matter how old they get – still enjoy curdling up on the couch next to us after we’ve stuffed ourselves with Thanksgiving dinner and enjoy the movies TOGETHER. After all, being together is what the holidays is all about.

There is one channel I love to watch frequently where I know there will be plenty of enjoyable holiday movies to choose from. That channel is the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel. It’s a part of the Hallmark Movie Channel.

This film’s location looks SO NICE! I want to live there!

If there is one thing you can be sure of during the holiday season, it’s that you’ll be able to find an ample supply of holiday programming on the Hallmark Channel and the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel.  My husband and I are both amazed how Hallmark can put together so many brand new holiday movies each year.

We love the variety of films available during the holidays (and year round) on the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel.

One movie I am looking forward to seeing is A Bramble House Christmas. It’s airing on the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel this Sunday (November 19th) at 9:00 PM/EST (8:00 PM/CST).

A Bramble House Christmas is part of Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Most Wonderful Movies of Christmas programming. You can learn more about this year’s movies on the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel’s official website.

Check out the trailer.


It looks good, doesn’t it?

While settling his father’s estate, Finn Conrad becomes suspicious as to why the man left a nurse $50,000. His dad knew her for less than two months before he died. Just before Christmas, Finn wants what to reclaim what he considers his family’s money, going undercover to investigate the bed and breakfast the nurse has recently taken over. When Finn meets Willa, he discovers she’s not a conniving gold digger at all, but a woman in need who put the money to good use. When she discovers his true identity, will it keep Willa from ever trusting him again?

The film stars Autumn ReeserDavid Haydn-Jones and Teryl Rothery. 

What interests me about this film is the scenery and the “small town” look and feel of the film. I would LOVE to live in a town where people dressed up in old fashion outfits and went carroling. I’d love to do that myself! That would be so much fun!

I also love how the set is decorated with colorful holiday trees.

Don’t forget to tune in at 9:00 PM/EST (8:00 PM/CST) on Sunday, November 19, 2017.

I grew up in a small town in upstate New York. This film sort of reminds me of the holiday season from my youth.

If you would like to learn more about the film you can visit the film’s official page on the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel’s website.

You can learn more about the holiday movies airing this holiday season by visiting HallmarkMoviesandMysteries.com.

Don’t forget to tune into A Bramble House Christmas this Sunday (November 19, 2017) at 9:00 PM/EST (8:00 PM/CST).

I also have a wonderful giveaway! One lucky winner will receive the following. 

  • (1) $25 Visa Gift Card
  • (1) Holiday Hugs package (filled with wrapping paper, bags, bows, strings, tape & branded scissors, and under the bed storage case). 

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on November 20, 2017. The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via email and will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me what the holidays mean to you. In addition, please comment and tell me if you are planning on tuning in to A Bramble House Christmas.

WHEN SHARING ON SOCIAL MEDIA please be sure to include the hashtags #ABrambleHouseChristmas and #MostWonderful. 

For extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the initial entry requirement or the additional entries won’t qualify.

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*I have partnered with HMM to bring you this information. This is a compensated post, however the opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. HMM will be providing the prize package. 

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Send holiday greetings across town – our the country – with Teleflora


Thanksgiving with my extended family – circa the 70’s (not sure the year). I’m in the front with the red pants and blue shirt (what an odd fashion choice).

I truly enjoy Thanksgiving. I always have, and I probably always will.

Sadly, a big family gathering is no longer and option. People have passed on, moved away or simply have other plans (usually it’s dinner with their in-laws). Even my father and stepmother have moved far away (Florida – we’re in NY) and they always spend Thanksgiving in Indiana with my step-siblings anyway.

Just because we can’t all be together doesn’t mean that we don’t want to be. I hope my family and friends will always know that I am thinking of them and wishing them the best. On Thanksgiving especially I am thankful to have them in my life – even if they are far away and we barely see each other.

Picking up the phone and reaching out to family and friends is always the best way to go, especially during the holidays. If you wanted to send a little reminder of your thoughts and well wishes, a floral bouquet is always a welcoming gift.

Teleflora has many wonderful holiday options that would not only make a great gift for a loved one far away (or even across town), but they can also be used as a centerpiece on the holiday table. It’s like you will be with them in spirit, if not in person, and they will think of you every time they glance at the lovely arrangement or bouquet.

Teleflora has new options for Thanksgiving 2017, as well as beloved classics.

Teleflora’s Country Oven Centerpiece $64.95

This vibrant Teleflora centerpiece is perfect for welcoming family and friends at this year’s Thanksgiving gathering! All of fall’s finest blooms are nestled within a hand-glazed stoneware serving dish that can be used year-round, and is FDA-approved to safely serve and store food; microwave and dishwasher-safe.

Teleflora’s Golden Amber Bouquet $49.95

An abundantly brilliant bouquet that blooms with all the colors of fall and arrives in this stunning ombre and opalescent golden mercury glass cube vase. Add a candle to this keepsake vase and it becomes a glowing décor favorite after the flowers have been enjoyed.

Teleflora was kind enough to send me the AMAZING Country Oven Centerpiece.

I love the idea of the reusable serving dish. That makes this arrangement the gift that keeps on giving. Long after the flowers are gone your loved one will have a beautiful serving dish they can use again and again – even next Thanksgiving on their holiday table.

The flowers on my arrangement are still alive and well, so I haven’t had the opportunity to have a good look at the dish yet. The arrangement is so full and abundant that it’s hard to see it.

I LOVE that this arrangement has mini pumpkins and colorful autumn leaves sprinkled throughout. It really puts me in the Thanksgiving/Fall mood every time I look at it.

Here are some photo from my Teleflora Country Oven Centerpiece.


Some of the flowers were not opened yet when the arrangement first arrived. As you can see in the last two photos the flower were in full bloom by the next day.

I’ve had the arrangement for a week now and it’s still in great condition. The flowers are still alive and vibrant.

I adore this centerpiece! It’s beautiful. I am such a fan of the fall season. It’s my favorite season. Every time I look at this arrangement and see the colorful flowers, adorable mini-pumpkins and realistic looking fall leaves I can’t help but smile.

These are just SOME of the available options from Teleflora for Thanksgiving. I especially love the Cornucopia one.

If you would like to let your loved ones know that you are thinking about them this holiday season, consider sending them Thanksgiving arrangement from Teleflora. They have many to choose from.

To see what they have available visit Teleflora.com. You can also check the brand out on social media. Their links can be found on the bottom of their website.

Do you like to send or receive flowers and floral arrangements?

Have you ever sent or received flowers from Teleflora?

What do you think about the Teleflora Country Oven Centerpiece?


*I received a free product sample to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Start a new holiday tradition with Turkey on the Table (and help Feeding America too!)


Can you believe Thanksgiving is NEXT WEEK! When did this happen? Wasn’t it just back-to-school time? Didn’t was JUST enjoy a night of trick-or-treating yesterday (or so it would seem)? Sigh… times moves too quickly, especially when you get older.

Thanksgiving used to be one of my most favorite holidays. It still is, but it doesn’t feel the same as it did when I was younger.

When I was a young girl my entire family – including grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins, would gather for a great, big holiday feast. It was the best! I have so many wonderful memories of Thanksgiving with the family, and all those times us cousins had to sit at the “kiddie table” and how it was a big deal to make it to the grown up table.

Thanksgiving with my extended family – circa the 70’s (not sure the year). I’m in the front with the red pants and blue and white shirt (what an odd fashion choice).

As we grew up, got married, moved away and started families of our own, my extended family got together less and less. I truly miss that.

Fast forward to today. Our Thanksgiving consists of me, my husband and our two kids. Its just the four of us for Thanksgiving. It’s not the big, loud, family gathering I grew up with.

My family has our own holiday traditions. Every Thanksgiving morning we watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade. As soon as we see Santa arrive at the end of the parade we know it’ time to eat a little something (we skip breakfast because we know we’ll be eating A LOT later on in the day).

Our lunch consists of fresh fruits and veggies, chips, dip, cheese, crackers, pretzels and other “appetizers” similar to these. As we nosh on them we watch whatever football game is on television.

We eat our Thanksgiving dinner between 3:00 – 4:00 PM (give or take). Since my kids DON’T like turkey, we don’t actually make the bird ourselves. We buy a pre-made Thanksgiving dinner from a local store (fully cooked turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, green bean casserole…). I supplement the meal with other sides (stuffing, corn, rolls) and dessert. My kids usually just eat all the side dishes and skip the turkey, which is why we buy a small, precooked one. There is no point in spending hours prepping and cooking a turkey for just me and my husband.

A few hours after dinner we enjoy dessert (pie and/or cake), hot cocoa with marshmallows and watch How the Grinch Stole Christmas and Miracle on 34th Street together before retiring to bed.

Last year we were thrown off a bit because our daughter had to work on Thanksgiving. This year we hope she has off so we can be together all day.

There is a new holiday tradition we’re going to add to our Thanksgiving day from here on out. It’s called Turkey on the Table.

Turkey on the Table is a SUPER adorable little plush turkey that comes with cardstock tail “feathers” you can write on.

The idea behind Turkey on the Table is to have each family family write down on the tail feathers something you are grateful for.

You can utilize it however works best for your family. You can have family members write down something they are grateful for every day and add the feather to the turkey. Or you can write them all down on Thanksgiving Day and share them with the rest of your family and friends. Turkey on the Table can be used in many different ways.

The Turkey on the Table “set” comes with the adorable plush turkey, feathers, pen and a cute little book. Additional feathers can be purchased on the official website so that you can enjoy Turkey on the Table year after year. I would recommend keeping all of the feathers and put a date on them. That way you can look back on them each year to see what everyone was thankful for. I think that would be especially sweet to do if you have little ones at home.

Notice the pretty tail feathers you can write on (ours are not written on when I snapped this photo).

Turkey on the Table also makes an adorable centerpiece for your holiday table.

The best thing about Turkey on the Table… with each purchase 10 meals are donated to families in need through their partnership with Feeding America.

Over the years I have written about the wonderful work that Feeding America does to help feed America’s hungry men, women and children. If you have time you should check out all my Feeding America posts on my site, especially the ones about my trip to Tampa where I got to help out at a food donation site as well as visit a Feeding America warehouse.

For more information about Turkey on the Table, or to make a purchase, please visit TurkeyontheTable.com. You can also follow Turkey on the Table on social media. All of the links are found at the top right of the website.

For more information about Feeding America visit FeedingAmerica.org. They can also be found on social media (check the bottom of their website for the links).

How can you not fall in love with his adorable face!

What do you think about Turkey on the Table? Does it sound like something you’d love to incorporate into your family’s holiday traditions?

What is something you and your family do every Thanksgiving that is most special to you? Feel free to comment and tell me about them. I always enjoy reading comments from readers.


*I received a free kit in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.

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Albert: A Small Tree with a Big Dream – Now available on DVD


My family and I LOVE watching holiday specials during the Christmas season. Cartoons, movies, live action… it doesn’t matter – we love it all.

There are several holiday movies/specials that we watch year after year. It’s become a tradition to watch these programs/movies and we make certain to watch them all, at least once (often numerous times because we can’t get enough of them). Some of our favorites include A Christmas Story, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, A Year Without Santa Clause, Santa Clause is Coming to Town, Frosty the Snowman, Elf, Jingle all the Way, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, The Bear Who Slept Through Christmas, Santa and the Three Bears, Charlie Brown Christmas, Miracle on 34th Street and It’s a Wonderful Life, to name a few.

Over the years we have come across new Christmas specials/movies that we are adding to our “must watch” list. Some of those include Shrek the Halls and Little House on the Prairie: A Merry Ingalls Christmas.

I’m adding a new one to our “must watch” list this year – Albert: A Small Tree with a Big Dream. It’s available today (November 14, 2017) on DVD from Nickelodeon and Paramount Home Media Distribution.

Albert is a tiny Christmas tree that lives in a plant nursery with all of his friends.

Albert LOVES Christmas and dreams of the day when he can become a real Christmas tree, covered in lights and ornaments for all to enjoy.

Albert learns about a competition to find the perfect Christmas tree to be featured as the official Empire City Christmas Tree (it’s a lot like the tree in Rockefeller Center in NYC). Albert knows he’s not a big tree, but he does have A LOT of holiday spirit, so he feels like he can live up to the honor of being the official tree. But in order to be considered he has to make his way to where the judges will be.

Albert and his friends Maisie (a palm tree) and Gene (a weed), he hops on a truck to make his way across the state. Along the way he meets up with a very angry cactus who despises Christmas. After making his even more angry, Bill (the cactus) is determined to ruin Albert’s plans on becoming the Empire City Christmas Tree.

Will Albert make it to the competition in time? Will Bill stop him from reaching his dream – or will something else come in the way? To find out you need to pick up a copy of Albert: A Small Tree with a Big Dream. Look for it where ever movies are sold.

Cute. Cute. Cute!

I wasn’t sure how much I’d like this movie. After just a few minutes into it I fell in love with it. As soon as I was done watching it (I watched it on my computer), I put the movie in the case and handed it to my husband and told him “Add this to our must watch list for Christmas.” 

I’m impressed. This short film (44 minutes) has a lot going for it – cute, likeable characters, delightful animation, a story line with heart, action, adventure, humor and more.

This is the type of holiday special both young and old alike can enjoy.

There are two songs in the film, but they are enjoyable.

I really enjoyed this adorable film. On a scale of one to ten I’d give it a 10+ for sure.

Below is the official trailer.



*I received a free screener copy to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.

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Fill your home with the magic of the season with Yankee Candles


My childhood home at Christmas time (no snow).

I pride myself on having a lovely home. OK… so it’s not always completely clean. There are the occasional dust bunnies running about. And maybe I haven’t cleaned the windows in a few days, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t take pride in our home. It just means I’m a busy person (mom, wife, blogger, teacher’s assistant).

We have five cats. Needless to say they contribute to the mess around our home (hair, litter…). My worse fear is that our home will smell like we have five cats. We are conscientious about keeping the litter box cleaned at all times, and we are quick to clean up their messes (hairballs, accidents…). None the less, I still worry that our home will smell like we have cats.

I am a HUGE fan of scented things around my home – candles, plug ins, oils, wax melts… If it makes our home smell lovely, I’m all for it. I also love how beautiful candles look when they are lit.

I have a plethora of scented things in my home. I have gone so far as to separate them by the various holidays and seasons. It seems like my most popular kind of scents are fall/autumn scents. I have a lot of those. Many of them are pumpkin scented, but I do have plenty of other scents.

Christmas would be my next most popular scents.

I am a firm believer that scent can really effect your mood. That is why I always have some kind of scent going through my home. As soon as I get home from work I light a candle or plug in a diffuser. If I’m having a bad day at work, and one of my kids are home, I’ll have them light a candle or pop in a plug in before I get home so a relaxing scent is swirling through our home when we get home.

One of my most favorite places to shop for my “scent” needs is Yankee Candle. I LOVE Yankee Candle!!!

I know some people get super excited when the IKEA catalogs are delivered to their home. I feel that say way when a new Yankee Candle brochure shows up in my mailbox. Not only does it show off what new products are available, but there are often “scratch and sniff” stickers and a coupon for something special.

Yankee Candle’s Halloween Scent – Forbidden Apple. I LOVE the jar it comes in. I’m going to re-purpose it when the candle is gone.

When it comes to the various holidays/seasons, Yankee Candle is the place to go. Of course they have plenty of lovely candles, but in addition to that they have home decor, products to make your car smell good, and so much more.

Yankee Candle also offers a variety of ways you can add an inviting scent to your home – from plug ins to wax melts and from single wick candles to the glorious two wick candles.

With the holiday season upon us, I want all guests in my home to get the sense of our home being warm and inviting. That is why I am alternating between some amazing seasonal scent.

Here are the scents I have been using since last month – and will continue to enjoy long into the Christmas holiday season.

Powdered Pumpkin Swirl

If you love the scent of pumpkin you’ll LOVE this fragrance. It’s sweet and smells delicious. It reminds me of the pumpkin cupcakes I get at the local bakery that is topped with a sweet, creamy frosting. Mmm… every time I smell this candle I crave pumpkin cupcakes.

Moonbeans on Pumpkins

First of all, I love the title of this candle. How pretty! It does have a pumpkin scent to it, but with a little more. I can’t explain it but it reminds me of a barn. NOT an animal scent – but more so “old wood.” I know that might not sound very appealing, but trust me, it works. This is kind of a more masculine pumpkin scent, if that makes any sense?

Honeycrisp Apple Cider

This smells exactly like a honeycrisp! If you were to blindfold someone and have them smell this candle the first thing they would say is apple. I was leaning more towards a golden delicious apple, but that is only because I am not familiar with all apple names/scents. When I Googled what a honeycrisp apple looked like it saw that its the same kind we usually pick from the local apple orchard, in which case this candle smell exactly like those apples. Yummy!

Warm Luxe Cashmere

This is an ideal scent for crisp, chilly nights. I can see this candle burning while we are snuggled under a blanket and enjoying hot cocoa with marshmallows. It’s a clean, fresh sort of scent. A bit masculine with maybe a touch of floral.

Sweet Fig & Pomegranate

Sweet and fruity best describes this scent. I can see me burning this candle during Thanksgiving dinner.

Sunset Fields

This is another really pretty candle name. My husband likens the scent to soap. I guess he means it smells fresh and clean. It has a lovely floral fragrance. When I close my eyes and smell this candle I can picture myself having a picnic in a meadow with lush grass and colorful wildflowers.

This might not be an idea holiday/seasonal scent but for those of you who want to rush through fall and winter, looking forward to spring and summer, then this would be the scent for you.

White Sage

This candle reminds me of the beach. It would be another great scent for people who prefer spring and summer to enjoy in their home. It reminds me of the beach with a touch of sunscreen and a light scent of flowers.

This are my person opinions on the scents. You’d have to visit your local Yankee Candle store or the website to find out the exact scents.

Take for example White Sage. Look how I described the scent. Now see what is says on the Yankee Candle website.

An elevated mixture of sage and citrus, finessed with sea salt and sandalwood to subtle elegance.

I was close when I said it reminded me of the beach.

With the holiday season upon us, and people are looking or the ideal gift for that special someone on their shopping list, I would recommend Yankee Candle. I know A LOT of people (including men) who appreciate beautiful scented candles.

Did you know you can even PERSONALIZE a candle? Talk about a wonderful gift idea.

You can upload your favorite photo and have it turned into a beautiful candle. Imagine how much a mother or grandmother would appreciate a candle personalized with their child/children or grandchild/children’s photo. As a mom I would LOVE a gift like that.

You can choose the type of candle/container you want, fragrance and label.

You can even personalize a candle for a man. Believe it or not, many men enjoy candles. Yankee Candle has plenty of masculine scents to choose from.

Yankee Candle was kind enough to personalize a candle just for me with my blog’s logo on it. How cool is this?

I keep this on my desk so that I can enjoy it’s amazing scent any time I want.

If you or someone you know has their own business, a personalized candle (or two!) with the logo on it would not only make a great gift, but would also look really nice at your place of business.

Personalized photo candles are available year round from Yankee Candle so you can give the gift of beauty all year long for birthdays, anniversaries, wedding, new baby, new home and so forth.

For more information about these and other Yankee Candle products visit YankeeCandle.com. You can also find a store locator on their website.

You can also find Yankee Candle across all the social media plaforms. All of their links are found on the bottom left of their website.

Are YOU a fan on Yankee Candle? What is your favorite scent/scents and/or products? Feel free to share your thoughts. I always love to hear from readers.


*I received free product samples to review. I am also a frequent shopper at Yankee Candle. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Home Alone 2: Lost in New York 25th Anniversary Edition Now Available



Do you want to feel old? I bet I can make you feel old (or at least older) in one sentence…

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York is celebrating it’s 25th Anniversary.

WOW! It’s been 25 years since that movie first appeared in theaters across the country. Twenty five years! Even worse, the original Home Alone film was released 27 years ago. Sigh…

For it’s 25th Anniversary, Home Alone was re-released in a collectible tin that also included an ornament and spider. I was lucky enough to get one of these sets (which we still have today).

Contents of the original film’s 25th Anniversary – NOT for Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Now the second film in the popular holiday movie franchise is available in a special 25th Anniversary edition.

To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, the Plaza Hotel in New York City has created a special one-of-a-kind Home Alone experience that runs from November 1, 2017 – January 31, 2018.

In honor of the 25th anniversary of Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has partnered with The Plaza, New York City’s iconic hotel to provide guests and sightseeing tourists alike with the ultimate ‘Kevin McCallister experience’.

Beginning November 1, fans both old and new can witness some of the film’s most memorable moments come to life, making sure they catch the correct flight to New York City and experience what was the envy of moviegoers over two decades ago. Those looking to stay at The Plaza can opt for the Home Alone 2 Anniversary Room Package, complete with gifts including a branded backpack, t-shirt and copy of the “Anniversary Edition” Blu-ray as well as express passes to visit the Empire State Building. And for the literal cherry on top, this booking option will include a complimentary in-room ice plaza style sundae cart ordered via room service.

For others who plan to pop in to The Plaza for their share of the Home Alone 2 experience there will be plenty to see and do including a one-of-a-kind photo experience will allow fans to “be Kevin” experiencing his journey throughout the movie. Users will be prompted to pose at various standout movie scene stops from being lost at the airport to arriving at The Plaza and even helping the police capture the Wet/Sticky Bandits. To remember the journey, they’ll be able to walk away with a 6×8 printed photo with the option to create an animated GIF file to share digitally with friends and family.

With no parents around, Kevin ate his way through New York City and as a nod to that, The Plaza’s Todd English Food Hall will be throwing it back to the 90s, putting unique and upscale twists of household favorites from 25 years ago, such as SpaghettiOs, gourmet ‘Todd’ pockets, Charcuterie Lunchables, Funyun Rings, and Sunny-D and Zima inspired cocktails.

Oh!!!! I would LOVE to partake is this fun. We don’t live too far from the city either. I would LOVE to have the “Kevin experience” at the Plaza Hotel.

FYI… there is an additional charge for the Butler to bring you the sundae cart.

If you have not yet seen Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, you are missing out on a fun, family movie.

If you recall, in Home Alone, Kevin was mistakenly left at home to fend for himself during his family’s Christmas vacation to Paris. His mother desperately tried to find her way back home as quickly as possible. In the mean time, Kevin learned to fend for himself. He also foiled the plans of a pair of bumbling buglers from robbing his family’s home in their absence.

In Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Kevin is once again separated from his family. This time he ends up in New York City while his family ends up at their vacation destination in Florida during bad weather.

Not to waste his time in the big city, Kevin gets himself a room at the posh Plaza Hotel and takes full advantage of all it’s amenities including a plethora ice cream and all it’s toppings.

While in New York Kevin crosses paths with the same two criminals he helped to put behind bars.

Kevin learns about their plans on robbing a toy store on Christmas Eve and wants to find a way to stop them. He also needs to make sure he doesn’t get captured by him because they are aware of him and his plans.

Will Kevin be able to foil their plans once again? Will he ever make it back to his family before Christmas? To find out you need to pick up a copy of the 25th Anniversary Edition of Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Look for it where ever movies are sold.

For more information about the Plaza Hotel’s “Kevin Experience,” visit Fairmont.com/ThePlaza.

Are you a fan of the film? What was your favorite scene?


*I received a free screener copy to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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