Love, Juliebug

Saturday, December 10th

Mickey's Christmas Carol

Santa Buddies: The Legend of Santa Paws

The Search for Santa Paws

Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups

Snow Buddies

Disney Pixar's Toy Story

Disney Pixar's Toy Story 2

Disney Pixar's Toy Story 3

Disney Pixar's Toy Story That Time Forgot

Arthur Christmas (2011)

While I don't think of the Toy Story movies as Christmas movies, I still love them. Which is your favorite and are you looking forward to Toy Story 4?

Friday, December 9th

Holiday in Handcuffs

Frosty's Winter Wonderland

Holiday Joy

Home Alone 3

Santa Buddies: The Legend of Santa Paws

The Search for Santa Paws

Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups

Snow Buddies

Rudolph & Frosty's Christmas in July

I don't know which my daughter likes more; Santa Paws or Snow Buddies but I'm glad we don't have to pick! Which one would be the most popular in your house?
The holidays are a time of love, joy and pure magic for most of us. But if we are really being honest, there are a lot of people who struggle through the holidays. While everyone is celebrating, cooking, gathering with friends and shopping – there are those out there who are struggling to find jobs and keep the lights on. So in a time of giving – a time that is a joy for some and a struggle for others – how do you help? It’s simple. When you donate your stuff to Goodwill®, you create opportunities for individuals in your community looking to find a job and build skills, including veterans and military families, single mothers and many others. Last year, people helped local Goodwill organizations collectively place 312,000 people in employment in the United States and Canada. In addition, more than 35 million people used computers and mobile devices to access Goodwill education, training, mentoring and online learning services to strengthen their skills. WE did that. Those of us that are donating our items and shopping at Goodwill. That is all it takes – it really is that easy.

So how do you help, exactly?

Step 1: Gather Your Stuff Walk around your home and collect items you and your family no longer need — that shirt that’s been hanging in the back of your closet for three years, the toy trike your five-year old has outgrown, the holiday gift from grandma you never quite found a place for, etc. Step 2: Give Them a Look Over Donating items that are in working condition, contain all of their pieces and parts, and are free of stains and rips is the best way to ensure that your goods do the most good. While they accept most clothing and household items, there are a few things they can’t accept – if you are unsure, it’s best to give your local Goodwill organization a call first to find out any rules or restrictions around these items. Step 3: Go to Goodwill Ready to drop off your items? Just use the Goodwill locator app and check the box for “Donation Site” to find your nearest Goodwill drop-off location. Donating a lot of items? Some Goodwills offer donation pickup services – give yours a call to find out what’s available in your area.


While you are there – shop around! They have so many gently used and even new items that you may find that you didn’t even know you needed or wanted. When you shop at Goodwill, you are also shopping for a cause.

Thursday, December 8th

12 Dates of Christmas


Holiday Joy


Deck The Halls




Disney's A Christmas Carol (2009)


As I was writing this post, I was pleasantly surprised to see Deck the Halls on here. I'm not sure why I love this movie so much. I've always liked Matthew Broderick and Danny Devito so that's probably the main reason. But, also it just makes me laugh. Have you seen it? 

I don't know about you but Christmas treats are my favorite treats. Thank goodness there are so many of them to choose from! I put together this list of Christmas treats so we can all indulge together. Mmm. Honestly, I don't know if I can pick my favorite because they all look amazing.

In my family, we don't have a particular treat that gets made each year. Although, my husband does love fudge. If it were up to me I'd make frosted sugar cookies a whole bunch. I didn't include a recipe for those here because honestly, it seems like everyone has a favorite sugar cookie recipe. Please click on any photo to get to the original site for the recipe!

Christmas Cranberry Cake
Momma Lew

The best way to show your loved ones how much you care is to give them a homemade gift in form of these delicious Homemade Peppermint Patties. This can easily become your favorie Christmas recipe ever.
OMG Chocolate Desserts

Everything Mommyhood
grinch cookies
Simplistically Living

Butterscotch Haystacks! Crunchy, salty chow mein noodles and peanuts covered in butterscotch. These eat a lot like chocolate covered pretzels with a perfect combo of salty and sweet!
South Your Mouth

Cherry Almond Cookies ~ One adorable & tasty little treat!  Perfect for Christmas cookie trays, cookie exchanges, Valentine's Day treats, or for everyday enjoying.
The Kitchen Is My Playground

This Easy Homemade Divinity Candy is fantastic and so great for the holidays! Chewy, soft, melt-in-your-mouth candy that's a cross between nougat and fudge with vanilla and pecans. A must-make recipe!:
The Domestic Rebel

Reindeer Rice Krispies - the cutest treat you will see all Christmas season. Make this recipe and deliver them to family and friends!:
30 Handmade Days

Chocolate Caramel Fudge is easy-to-make salted caramel topped chocolate fudge.:
The Recipe Critic

Gingerbread Gooey Butter Cookies ~ Pure Christmas deliciousness! Melt-in-your-mouth Gingerbread Gooey Butter Cookies baked from scratch and spiced just right for the Christmas holiday. Each nibble brings back fond childhood memories of gingerbread cake or cookies at Christmastime. Everyone will love these!:
Wicked Good Kitchen

Add this cookie recipe for Brownie Buckeye Cookies to your list of Christmas Cookies! Your friends and family will be so impressed! You can't go wrong with chocolate and peanut butter cookies!:
Saving You Dinero

...a shortbread cookie with a wonderful Hershey's chocolate kiss surprise in the center! Would be fun for Christmas or Valentines Day!:
Cakes Cottage 

No bake christmas wreath cookies made with corn flakes and marshmallows! These only take 20 minutes to make!:
The First Year

Snowball Christmas Cookies (best ever) ~ Simply the BEST! Buttery, never dry, with plenty of walnuts for a scrumptious melt-in-your-mouth shortbread cookie (also known as Russian Teacakes or Mexican Wedding Cookies). Everyone will LOVE these classic Christmas cookies!:
Wicked Good Kitchen

Frosted Cranberry Cookies - sweet soft cranberry shortbread cookies with vanilla cranberry icing!:
The Novice Chef

So, are you drooling yet? I tried to include some traditional cookies (to me) and some that I had never seen before. My friend and I were talking about Rice Krispie treats the other day. They are her favorite and I can't remember the last time I tried to make them. So, I think first up on my list of treats to try is the Reindeer Rice Krispies. They are so stinkin' cute and I bet they taste delicious too. What is the first thing you will be making? Oh and don't forget to go and leave love for the people who originally shared these!

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