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Tinkerbell DVD

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On October 28th, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment presents the much anticipated full-length CG animated movie TINKER BELL on DVD and Blu-ray Disc.

Journey deep into the heart of Never Land to the magical secret hideaway of Pixie Hollow, home of the Disney Fairies. Hear Tinker Bell (Mae Whitman) speak for the very first time, and unlock the magic of nature with her friends, Fawn (America Ferrera), Iridessa (Raven-Symone), Rosetta (Kristin Chenoweth), and Silvermist (Lucy Liu). The impressive voice cast also includes singer-songwriter Jesse McCartney as Terence, keeper of the pixie dust, and Academy Award® winning actress Anjelica Huston as the voice of Queen Clarion.

Exclusive DVD bonus features including a set top game, a behind-the-scenes “making of” featurette and more are divided into two distinctive menus. The Blu-ray Disc contains all the same bonus features as the DVD, plus all new Disney BD Live Network Incentives!

I swear my girls have not stopped watching this DVD since we received it, and really it is adorable! I love watching it with them.

What was so exciting for us, is that the week before we received the DVD we went to Disneyland and Samantha got to meet a cast member who plays Tinker Bell and the following night she got to see Tink FLY! It was a magical moment in our family to see our 5 year olds eyes open wide to see this character flying in the air. (sure she was suspended by a wire but Sam didn’t know)

Born into the fantastic world of Pixie Hollow, Tinker Bell thinks her fairy talent as a tinker isn t as special or important as the other fairies talents. But when Tink tries to change who she is, she creates nothing but disaster! With encouragement from her friends Rosetta, Silvermist, Fawn and Iridessa, Tink learns the key to solving her problems lies in her unique tinker abilities and discovers that when she s true to herself, magical things can happen.

Here is a fun clip to enjoy while you wait for this adorable movie to come out to DVD.

And here is a fun maze for the kids to play!

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.


  1. watching my husband who is from Africa, tell our son this morning that he too can become president one day if he wants too. All things are possible!

  2. A magical moment for us was when our daughter Scarlett got to come home from 2 months in the NICU. She was born early due to complications at 29 weeks. She was 2 pounds and 13 inches long. She’s a strong baby and we couldn’t ask for better.

  3. My magical moment – like other moms – was when my daughter was born. There is no other feeling in the world like it. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  4. The most magical moments for me is seeing my old boyfriend that I had dated over 30 years ago get together again and finally married.
    I would love to win this for my granddaughter. Thanks for a great giveaway

  5. A magical moment? On Halloween my kids’ school celebrated the Day of the Dead. Kids could speak if they wanted to, but were not pressured to. My 10-year-old son (the oldest of my 3 kids) got up and spoke about wonderful memories he had about my father who died in 2001. He remembered his grandfather’s train set which he inherited this year. And he remembered the grandpop always “smelled like cinnamon.” I still wipe tears from my eyes everytime I think about this. Childhood memories are always so magical.

  6. A magical moment in my family was when my oldest child was accepted into a college he applied for, but didn’t think he had any chance at all of getting accepted to. I encouraged him to apply anyway and he put his faith in me and applied. I didn’t think he was EVER going to stop hugging me or put me down (he’s about a foot taller than I am).

  7. well, I think it was magical when my sister became a foster parent. The moment the kids arrived at her house, it couldn’t have been more perfect.

  8. We Tinkerbelled for the and with the twins for Halloween/ love to have the video when the grandtwins come for the holidays.

  9. My daughter LOVES Tinkerbell!! My daughter was diagnosed with Autism at 2 years old and she developed a great fondness for all disney characters, but Tinkerbell is by far her favorite. She would adore this movie and the wings would probably never come off. HA I’ve had many Magical moments over the years with her, but I have one moment that will last forever. It had been a really hard day, therapy did not go well and bills were piling up. I was upset and didn’t think she would notice me. And then, My little girl with Autism at 6 years old came up to me,grabbed my chin looked me in the eye (for the first time since she was born)and said “mama don’t be sad, it will be ok” Now, that may seem ordinary for some, but for a child that was never suposed to talk, it was the best moment of my life and still is today.

  10. It wasn’t one, but two magical moments for me. Even though I’d had two children of my own, when I had my two beautiful granddaughters, I was over the moon, and delighted beyond words. To this day, they are the most magical people in my life!

  11. My magical moment came this past spring when my future son in law asked my daughter to marry him in front of the castle at Disneyland, very magical indeed! And everyone clapped and yelled, and even the photographer started to shed some tears! I really would love this to give to my grand niece! my email is tink!

  12. I know some people with think I’m nuts but when my son, who is a Type 1 Diabetic, was in the 6th day of a diabetic coma in June 2003, I was praying that night and I heard a male voice. It said quietly, “I will send him back to you shortly. He is with me.” Now I’m not a person who hears voices on a regular basis. In fact, the only other time was when I was 8 years old and had wandered off by myself while on a trip to see the Sequoias in Northern California. I remember running along and coming to a sudden stop in awe of the incredible beauty of the scene before me. In that moment I remember feeling small in comparison to the majestic trees and the largeness of every around me. It was then I heard that voice for the first time. It seemed like it was in me and around me and to be quite frank I didn’t know what it was. It said simply and quietly, “God lives in the high places.” I have never forgotten that experience or those words. But to make a long story short, the afternoon of the 7th day I made my way to the ICU after taking a brief intermission from my vigil for a shower and a quick change of clothes. It was just before sundown on that Friday evening, the beginning of what many refer to as the Sabbath, and we all gathered around my sons bed in the ICU to pray when he began to stir, open his eyes and sat up. I’m not sure that moment qualifies as been magical as much as it does been miraculous, but in any case my son was indeed returned to me and had many things to share with us about the things he said he saw while he was in that coma.

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