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I recently watched the latest Disney movie Pirate Fairy on Blu-ray and Digital. My son is 6-years-old y es todo un niño – boogers and climbing trees. Anything girl-related has cooties. No le interesa jugar con ellas. Every now and then, I see him curious about girl toys, and when I got this movie in the mail, I knew he would watch it. The little Maggie inside me wanted to watch it too. We, parents, use kids as a reason to do things we normally wouldn’t do as adults like blow bubbles or watch Pirate Fairy on Blu-ray™ and Digital. When it started raining in San Diego, I saw it as a perfect day to cuddle up next to my little guy in bed. Nunca llueve en San Diego, and I will take any chance I get before hanging out with mom isn’t a cool thing. I made a big batch of popcorn, and we jumped into bed. We watched it on the laptop since I don’t have a TV in my room.
The next afternoon, I was thinking about lunch. Bien mañoso, mi hijo. What can I make this little guy that he would eat. So, I used a little inspiration from Pirate Fairy, and you bet he ate the whole thing… as he pretended he was a pirate and making pixie dust. Ha!
Pirate Fairy-Inspired Lunch:
1 piece of bread, cut into a circle
1/2 apple, sliced
2 tablespoons peanut butter
1/2 carrot stick
6 chocolate covered raisins
Cut bread into a circle. Slice it in half to make two semi-circles. Put peanut butter on one side of the semi-circle and top with apple slices. Repeat on the other semi-circle. Cut the carrot into small pieces for the fairy arms and legs. Leave one large carrot piece for the head. Use peanut butter to glue on the raisins. Serve and let the imagination begin!