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Disney will be home for Christmas

Christmas time is approaching us quickly and I, like any child, am giddy with excitement. I’m not alone, as blogger Chris Queen was in the Holiday mood when he wrote his installment about Christmas on the PJ Lifestyle blog. Queen gave us the top five Christmas traditions at Disney World, which I’ve heard is an even more wonderful place during the Holiday season. However, not everyone has the money or the time to head down the most magical place Earth during the most magical time of the year. How can you bring the Holiday spirit and Disney spirit at home? Gifts, of course.

Here’s my top five Disney-themed gifts for this Holiday season:

1. Tickets to Disney Pixar’s newest creation, Frozen: $10-15. From what I hear, Frozen will line up with the Pixar greats, like Finding Nemo and Toy Story. Starring Kristen Bell, Frozen tells the story two sisters in the kingdom of Arendelle, but one has the power to turn anything into ice. After a few events find her by herself, she must journey through a winter wonderland to find her way. I can’t give anything away, but it seems like a Holiday classic for years to come. The movies comes out November 27.

2. Monster’s University on DVD: $15-25. The prequel to Disney’s Monster’s Inc. has gotten rave reviews. In fact, Rotten Tomatoes even gave it at very high rating. If you know anything about Rotten Tomatoes, a rating that high has to mean something. Monster’s University is already out on DVD, so you can pick it up as soon as your shopping self desires.

3. Disney Infinity Video Game: $59.99. I’m not the one for advocating for video games, but this is a definite exception. This game features each Disney character, even some non-Pixar ones, going through adventures en route to the final goal: having fun. Game informer even gave it a 9 out of 10 rating, so I’d trust them.

4. Disney Parks Christmas Train Set: $129.95. Every Christmas village needs a train set, so if you are in the market for one, this would most likely make your children scream and jump around. Although it is expensive, anything from Disney has the potential to be extremely authentic. This gift mixes both Christmas and Disney, and isn’t that what we’re shooting for here?

5. A trip to Disney World: A lot. Well, I had to do it. If you’ve ever scoured YouTube in search of children’s reactions to getting a trip to Disney, you know why this makes the list. There is no gift better than a few days in Disney World, I would still have a fit if I got this for Christmas, so I can only imagine how amazing it would be for a child. If you want to make your son or daughter’s Christmas, send them to Disney World. They’ll act like this:

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