January’s Netflix #StreamTeam Picks – October Baby

I’m writing this post because I’m a member of the Netflix StreamTeam however, the opinions are my very own.

What I watched

This month started off with me watching the movie, October Baby. Years ago I read a book which was similar to this very topic, abortion. Based on your views on the topic of abortion, you may be swayed one way or the other.  This month was also the 43rd Anniversary of Roe vs Wade so, I also thought it was appropriate for the month.

In October Baby a young lady, Hannah sets out to find her biological parents and discovers something that would totally shock you. As I said depending on your views on the topic will also be a deciding factor on if tissue will be needed. No matter what our beliefs are on the subject of abortion what we can all take away from this is how much we can find out about ourselves by being willing to take a journey in our past to benefit our future.

What Jala Watched

My youngest daughter Loves NETFLIX!!!! One of the reasons I enjoy it and feel a bit safe as a parent,  is because of the lack of inappropriate commercials. This month she indulged in the episodes of Alpha and Omega and has said she’s moved on to something else, but she can’t remember what that something else is…stay tuned.

Watching

Hubby and I just began the series, Secrets of the Bible.  The first episode was on finding the Ark of The Covenant.  With some things shared on the Ark, I’ve had to revisit the scripture, do an in depth study and I’m going to re-watch the episode again.  There was so much to digest in the research shared on finding the Ark  of the Covenant that I know reading the scriptures and watching again would help me gain more clarity. I can be a bit of a skeptic lol.

So, that’s just a little of what we’ve been watching this month on Netflix.  What have you been watching this month on Netflix?

Nicole

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November Netflix Pick of the Month- My Dad’s a Soccer Mom #NetflixStreamTeam

I’m a member of the Netflix StreamTeam and opinions are my very own.

 

Hope everyone has recuperated from Thanksgiving dinner. I’m in the process of going through sweet potato pie withdrawal. Just one mo pie. One more.

sweet potato pie

Nope nine pies weren’t enough.

sweet potato pies 2

Anyhow, we had a wonderful time chilling with the family and watching movies. One of our faves was, ” My Dad’s A Soccer Mom.” I’ll admit I had my reservations in the beginning. Starting with the title. Now why does dad have to be a soccer mom? Why can’t he be a soccer dad? Huh? That’s exactly what he was, a soccer dad.

This movie was picked by my daughter Jala. She’s a fan of Skai Jackson and when she saw that she was in the movie, that was her pick. We actually watched the movie twice. Once with my daughter and the second time with the entire family.

Marion Casey (Lester Speight) plays  Lacy’s (Skai Jackson)dad and has recently lost his football contract. Holly Casey, is the wife of Marion and mother of Lacy and after her husband loses his contract she decides to put more time in her Interior Design business that she co owns with her sister.

In the meantime Marion gets a chance to spend more time with his daughter, Lacy and helps her find her passion of soccer.  This was an awesome movie and showed the growth of a relationship between a father a daughter.  Great movie to see over the holiday or the weekend with the family.

Nicole

Helping Moms power on faith, Tune-In to family life, Flip through to do list, Turnip in the garden & tell you what’s on the Menu. Nicole is a wife, mother of 3 and a Chorkie. Blogging and vlogging about the things that she enjoys in life, her family, cooking, gardening, decorating, planning, crafts/diy, thrifting, giving roadside finds new life and more.

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