Disney's Secret of the Wings- Review



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Our favorite little Disney darling is at it again!  Tinker Bell has a new movie coming to Disney DVD later this month!  I was thrilled to review "Secret of the Wings" and was not surprised at how much my kids and I loved it!  I can relate with Tinker Bell.  The girl is crafty and she makes things!  My youngest daughter has a thing for Tinker Bell too.  She dressed up as her one Halloween.
In "Secret of the Wings", Tinker Bell discovers she has a sister!  Periwinkle looks just like Tink, but she has white hair and is a winter fairy.  Their wings are what reveal that they are long-lost sisters, born from the same laugh.  When they reunite, Periwinkle brings Tinker Bell into her world as a winter fairy as they ice skated, snow boarded and frosted things.  

Soon, Tinker Bell consults her friends to find a creative way for her sister to come visit her.  They would have to keep Periwinkle cool!  The Lord of the winter fairies, Lord Milori warns against this as they could be harmed.  Well, the girls do encounter some challenges, but with some creative thinking, they come up with a way that they can successfully keep in touch, despite their different climate needs.  

The movie is full of problem solving with the goal of being together with family!  I love the way the fairies brainstorm and make it work!  The movie teaches these kind of lessons while celebrating the theme of sisterhood.

I feel lucky to have a sister.  My mom told us all growing up how lucky we were as she spent most of her childhood wishing for a sister.  She was glad we had each other.  And since she passed away in our twenties, we would need each other more than we anticipated.  My sister has been by far my number one support in my adult life.  I could go on and on about the million times she has stepped in when I needed her most.  

We have always had an easy and valuable relationship.  I looked up to her all growing up and she never treated me like a pesky little sister, but told me she looked up to me too!  I had a hard time when my sister moved a little over a year ago!  It's hard with busy kids' schedules to get together as much as we would like.  I could relate to Tinker Bell and Periwinkle in regards to their wanting to see each other more!  

It is because of this wonderful relationship that I was thrilled to have my second daughter.  My two girls have each other, and I can only hope that they have as strong a bond as my sister and I do.  From the beginning, they have been friends.  I was feeling so sentimental, I went through some old photos.  Awww, sisters ...

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  1. It's on my list for my granddaughter! On her 2nd birthday she wanted it to be a Tinkerbell party; I love she still believes in faeries...I still do:-D

  2. My hubby and I were JUST talking about getting this movie for our daughter for Christmas. She, too, is a super fan of Tink.
    I was Tinker Bell for Halloween in the 5th grade. :o)
    As for having a sister, growing up we fought like cats and dogs. But now that we're both adults, I can not fathom not having her. We live 10 minutes from each other and our kids get to grow up together. Life just wouldn't be the same without her.

  3. My sister is the person I ask to help me pick out the right outfit or advice or stuff like that! We fight a lot but we love eachother a lot! We have shared a room ever since I can remember! She is the best!

  4. My girls would love this movie!

    erin.e.garner (at) gmail.com

  5. sisterhood means baking snickerdoodles, shopping, and always having someone to talk to!

  6. Sisterhood means being there for each other unconditionally

    kport207 at gmail dot com

  7. Sisterhood means giggling in the bed together when you should be going to sleep!

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  8. To me, sisterhood means you have someone you can call and share any emotion or feeling with!

  9. I don’t have sisters of my own, but I do have twin daughters and I have seen unconditional love in them! That is what sisterhood means to me.

  10. tweeted: https://twitter.com/KerryBishop/status/260923514683543552

  11. I have two sisters and would love for my daughter to someday have a sister too. Just have to convince the hubby to go for number three.

  12. My little girls are the best sisters to each other. They care about each other, play, eat side by side, share a room, and love each other very much! They are so funny when they have their laughs and no one knows whats so funny, but them. Its their secret sister bond. Ha ha

    Take care.

  13. I have two great sisters and earlier this month we welcomed a sister for our daughter!
    drlaurawilliams (at) sbcglobal (dot) net

  14. having someone who knows you better than you know yourself
    MCantu1019 at aol dot com

  15. Sisterhood means talking about stuff that really means nothing to anyone else but to a sister it's important!

  16. The ideas my sister and I come up with together are so much better than what we can do by ourselves. Sisterhood is the source of much creativity for my sis and I!

  17. Tweeted! https://twitter.com/sunnymum/status/263103121721528321

  18. Sisterhood means having someone that accepts you just the way you are!

  19. tweet!

  20. I never had a sister but I see my daughters love and support each other under all circumstances.

  21. i am lucky enough to have two and it's trust, and a i have been there and understand it attitude


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