Why I was disenchanted with Beauty and the Beast

“A tale as old as time”

A tale of a girl who falls in love with a beast after learning to love beyond appearances. I was VERY VERY excited for this live action movie. As a true Disney fan, I was counting down the days. And last night I had the chance to screen it. And my initial reaction, was blah. Why? Is not a horrible movie. As with all Disney movies it was done beautifully, but to me it lacked more than it gave.

The GOOD: This movie is a visual masterpiece. From the cinematography to the visual effects, there is beauty in every image. The colors, the animation of the characters, the costumes, it was pure perfection. I have no doubt there will probably be a few Oscar nominations for this remake. I think the most talked about issue of the movie, the inclusion of a gay character (Le’Fou) is also a positive thing. Why I didn’t mind the gay character? It is Disney’s way to move forward with changing times. And to those who argue that there is no space for gay characters in a Disney movie? You need to take a seat. Yes, this is a Disney movie. But if your concern is about a guy giving another guy googly eyes and not of the other topics in the movie, you have a problem. The scenes in question  are not obvious to a kid and unless you are absolutely looking for the scenes you will miss them. Plus, I appreciated the diverse cast.

There are new songs and a few new scenes which go a bit more in-depth into the story of the main characters. And for all those concerned about the violence in the movie, is really not that dark as earlier reviews say. If your child has seen the likes of Jurassic Park or even the Jungle Book, the scariest scene with the wolves is absolutely nothing.

The BAD: There is really nothing new. Except for an explanation of the moms death, the story is exactly like its animated origins. Let me explain. This is not Disney’s first live action remake, so yes, I was expecting something different and exciting. With Cinderella and Jungle Book, Disney was able to give us something new while staying true to the original, but with Beauty and the Beast there was nothing new. Which takes away from reliving the experience.

Yes, there were new scenes but not enough. Not even 1/3 of the movie is different from the original, so there was no surprise, except the new songs. One of the new songs in particular, was completely unnecessary and I really wish Disney had cut that scene out. It made the movie feel more like a Broadway play than anything else.

The characters felt disconnected. Compared to their originals, who really brought life to the characters, this time around, they fell short. Although I absolutely love Emma Thompson, there’s no way her character was even close to Angela Landsbury performance in the original. The same can be said for Gaston and even the Beast.

Overall: I had really high expectations of this movie. From the trailers and earlier reviews I was hoping to be AMAZED. I expected to feel like I did after Cinderella and I didn’t. Is it a terrible movie? Not at all. It’s still entertaining and visually stimulating. There is something to be said about the amount of trailers and the fact that there’s no new story or byline that innovates or elevates the story. If you are an original Beauty and the Beast fan, you will love it. If you’ve never seen the original, you will love it. If you are like me, who enjoyed the original and was really hoping to be blown away by the live action then not so much.

I didn’t bring my kids, as I really don’t think is a kid friendly movie. Not because the gay character or the scary wolves, just in general the real topic and story of Beauty and the Beast is a bit intense for 6, 5 and 3 yr old. Yes, they saw the original, but being animated really makes it more kids friendly than its live action counterpart. Did it amaze me? Not at all. I was completely disenchanted with it. I was hoping for so much more and I was left wondering what the amazement of everyone else was. And you all know my love for Disney and everything they do, but with this movie I feel they missed the mark.

I still encourage everyone to go and see it and come to your own conclusions, like I mentioned before, it’s still a beautiful movie and does justice to its original script.

Here is one of the official trailers for the movie.

Disclosure: I was invited by The Moms to a special screening of Beauty and the Beast. A lot of people have warned me against posting negative reviews about Disney movies and such since I would love nothing more than to work with them. But, I have to be honest with my audience and myself. I can’t say something was absolutely amazing and blew me away when it didn’t. I have to speak the truth about how I felt about this movie and this was it.

Hello 2017!

Well 2016 is done and I am pretty sad. Unlike the hundred of people who wanted 2016 to be done because the amount of bad things that happened, I actually didn’t want 2016 to end because I’m not ready for the bad things that could happen in 2017. Anyways… I usually do our year in review and I think 2016 was pretty freaking awesome. I debated whether to write this in English or Spanish, but figured more people will read in English.

Anyways here’s a short recap of our year.

January was amazing because we celebrate Glenn’s and my moms birthday and we finally booked our first trip to the west coast. I have never been to there so planning it was pretty fun.

February was a bore.

March: OMG March was AMAZING. Like AMAZIIIIIIING. We traveled to LA. I had the chance to go to We All Grow and see my brother (who is an awesome tour guide BTW). During our time in California, we did soooo many things. We visited Long Beach, Los Angeles, I got to see the Hollywood sign, Santa Monica Pier, we drove to San Diego. During our time in San Diego, we visited Old Town, Julien and my favorite the Imperial San Dunes. Seeing a dessert was beyond an incredible experience and being there during a sand storm was beyond cool (although dangerous).  Of course, we couldn’t go to California and not visit Disneyland Resort. I have so many mixed feelings about our visit. I have yet to expressed them in written form.

April was just great because is always great to celebrate another year married to an incredible man. 2016 marked our 15th year together and our 8th year married. I can’t believe I love this man so much.

May: May brought news. Some sad news and some good news. Sad news: my sister was moving away mid-summer, not close by but to Texas. This is my best friend, and the mom to the only 2 nieces and 2 nephews I have. But on the other hand, my brother, was trying to come back to the East Coast.

June was CRAZY! My little sister, my baby was graduated high school and my birthday and my first-born graduated kindergarten. Like, when did this happen? Duh, June. It happened in June. Oh and yes for the first time I participated in the Puerto Rican Day Parade. Not participate as in go, but actually be part of a float, thanks to George Torres, the Urban Jibaro from Sofrito for your Soul and Capicú.

July: I said by to my sister and her kids. And in the process, died a little. I am extremely attached to my family, not having them close has been devastating for me. Oh and for the first time I took the kids to the beach in NYC. And it was amazing to see their love for the ocean. It filled my heart so much that they loved the water and the sand.

August: Holy SMOKES, my parents have been married for 35 freaking years! Like that is amazing. And not only that, my first-born turned 6… and I am starting to change. It was in August, that my awareness became heightened. Having a black husband and the political chaos of the elections is starting to mess with my mind. We also enjoyed our annual trip to the lake. Going to the lake is always so much fun and it gives us a little time to breathe. It’s always so relaxing to be by the water and in the clean air of the mountains.

September: WHAAAAAT? I officially have 2 kids in school- FULL TIME. First grade and my second born started pre-K. And I was so worried for him, but no, the dude LOVES school. Even has groupies. September also took me back to my beloved Island. And uff, the feelings were beyond what I’ve felt in a loooooong time. The last time I was there was 2013. I was pregnant with my baby girl. I was there for a funeral. So, this trip was MAJOR. I was going by myself, for the first time. I went to check out PR BloggerCon, and I was pleasantly surprised.

October: DISNEYYYYYYYY, by myself. Ok, well not Disney but LATISM, which was at Walt Disney World Resort. To say the conference was amazing is an understatement. The conference was full of great information on how to use social media for SOCIAL purpose. Focusing on the elections and the importance of the Latino vote. It was also a great moment to connect with new influencers and to spend some quality amazing time with some lovely people. FYI, Disney was AMAZING! Got to meet Elena of Avalor and cried! Seriously cried. I couldn’t even hold my composure. It was such an epic moment. I was moved to my core. I felt the connection. It was, dare I say, magical!

November: Can we not talk about November.

December: this December was the definition of an emotional roller coaster. I had no idea I would be so affected by the election results and would be so political about the state of our country says the political science major! In happier news Grace turned freaking 3 years old. Like, how did this happen. I have no idea. I still see a baby. I just birthed her!

As everyone was ready to quit 2016, I wasn’t ready. I’m still not settled on this 2017. It took forever to write this post, even though I started it over 2 months ago. I figured, better late than never. These posts serve to remind me of our year. And see it with different eyes and compare it. Each year, does keep getting better. So even as I struggle to see the positive to come in the political and social area, I can see how our family is living each  moment to the max. At the end of the day that is my main purpose. We could be gone tomorrow so I want to enjoy today.

There is so much left to do. So many goals not accomplished last year. But it is with the most confidence I can say, we did everything we possibly could. Every day was lived and enjoyed. Everyday included smiles and hugs and love. And is my wish to continue to live this way into 2017.


Happy New Year from our family to yours!


Exhibición de Mythbusters en el Liberty Science Center


¿A quien no le gusta el programa de los Mythbusters? El programa de televisión no solo es divertido, si no también educativo. El programa toma los mitos como por ejemplo: ¿se moja uno mas en la lluvia cuando camina o corre? Aunque no nos guste la ciencia, este programa es uno que despierta el interés en todos. Bueno, pues el Liberty Science Center en NJ, no solo tiene una exhibición completa dedicada al programa, si no que también tienen una presentación en vivo. La exhibición presenta algunas de los equipos que han utilizado en el programa y también nos permite probar nuestras propios mitos.



La presentación en vivo, examina si es posible esquivar una bala. Utilizando sonido y diferentes velocidades prueban si la persona es mas rápida. Durante la presentación la audiencia participa. Hacen la demostración completa. Utilizando una bola de gotcha con color y mucho equipo protector, se puede probar si el mito es real o falso. Luego de la presentación en vivo, que dura alrededor de 20- 25 minutos, entran a la exhibición completa.


Les tengo que confesar que me encantó. Mucho mas que otras exhibiciones que han tenido anteriormente. ¿Por que me gustó tanto? Por que la realidad es que completamente una presentación de ciencia, pero es divertida e interactiva. Y me gustó también por que a los niños les gustó. Este es el tipo de exhibición que si los niños las disfrutan desde pequeños, van a apreciar lo que es la ciencia, de una manera completamente diferente.

Una de las secciones de la exhibición favoritas, no solo de mis hijos, pero de todos los niños presentes, fue la de mojarse en la lluvia. El museo creo un túnel con dos pasillos. Uno para correr y otro para caminar. Había agua cayendo desde arriba como lluvia. Entonces los niños podían experimentar con su propio cuerpo si se mojaban mas corriendo o caminando. Mis niños pasaron mas de 10 veces por cada lado. La otra sección que nos gustó, fue la de construir una casa con bloques de diferentes materiales y ponerla en una maquina de viento, para ver cual sobrevivía mas. Este es el tipo de actividad que mantiene a los niños súper entretenidos y los exhorta a hacer preguntas y cuestionar la ciencia.



La exhibición estará en el museo hasta Septiembre del 2017, así que es muy buena idea para las vacaciones de pascuas o de verano. Encuentro que es apta para todas las edades y súper súper interactiva y entretenida. Le va a gustar a todos en la familia.

Esta reseña es posible gracias a Momtrends y al Liberty Science Center. ¡Gracias por invitarnos! 





Lounge Wooden Stool

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Una noche en Broadway- Reseña School of Rock The Musical

No es todos los días que tenemos la oportunidad de ir a ver una de las muchas obras de Broadway. Aunque vivimos en NYC, hay veces que entre el calendario de trabajo y escolar se nos hace un poco difícil. Si bien dicen por ahí que uno no sabe lo que tiene hasta que lo pierde cuando se trata de Broadway es así. Pero este año es diferente. Me e propuesto llevar a mis hijos a vivir la mágia del teatro. El Domingo pasado tuvimos la oportunidad de ver School of Rock The Musical. Esta obra, basada en la película, está dirigida para la familia. Estaba preocupada, ya que mi chico de 6 años nunca a visto la película. Pero para mi sorpresa, quedó encantado. Tanto que no les miento, me dijo que a sido “the most fun I’ve ever had”.

School of Rock, The Mommy Elf

Llegamos al Winter Garden Theater, uno de los teatros mas iconos de la ciudad de Nueva York. El primer anuncio que nos hicieron fue que los niños tocaban sus propios instrumentos. La obra comienza con la historia de Dewey Finn y su sueño de ser una estrella de la música. En su búsqueda de empleo, se aprovecha de su amigo y pretende ser maestro. En el colegio, se da cuenta que su clase es muy talentosa en la música y decide comenzar a darle clases. Con la intención de llevarlos a competir a una batalla de bandas.

Dewey, en su misión de enseñarle música a los estudiantes, aprende a quererlos y más importante los estudiantes se dan cuenta de quienes ellos verdaderamente son y aprenden a apreciar sus talentos. Cuando finalmente descubren la realidad de quien Dewey es, decide irse del colegio, pero los estudiantes van y lo buscan para terminar su misión y participar en la batalla de las bandas. Lo más que nos llamó la atención fue el talento de los niños. La verdad que ellos se roban en show. No solo tocan sus propios instrumentos, si no que también cantan y actúan sus respectivas partes.

School of Rock, The Mommy Elf

Mi hijo quedó maravillado con la música, especialmente el número del final, Stick it to the Man. Fue una noche especial para el, ya que no solo fue su primera obra de Broadway, si no que también fue una noche de atención para el. Luego de la presentación, tuvimos un “talk back” con los niños. La pregunta que mi hijo les hizo, fue ¿si estaban cansados? La contestación fue diferente para todo ellos. Algunos dijeron que si y otros contestaron que la obra les daba la energía que necesitaban y cuando llegaban a su casa no podían dormir.

School of Rock, The Mommy Elf

En resumen la obra está muy buena para niños y para toda la familia. No es necesario ver la película para entender lo que está pasando y me encanta que los niños tocan sus instrumentos. No la recomiendo a niños que no le gustan los ruidos altos ya que pues, Rock n Roll es el tema de la noche y niños menores de 4 años no son admitidos al teatro. . Los boletos se pueden adquirir aquí. 

Para esta reseña nos ¡Gracias a School of Rock The Musical por la noche inolvidable! 

Heavy Snow Day

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First time skiing at Camelback Mountain Resort

We were invited and hosted by Momtrends and Camelback Mountain Resort. 


Our kids love the snow and I can’t believe it took us this long to take them skiing, and when Momtrends invites you for a special ski day, YOU GO! There are a lot of things that went through my mind before the day trip. The first thing was getting ready. I hadn’t been skiing in over 10 years so this felt like the first time and the kids had never been. immediately I set off to get us ready clothing wise. After our gear was ready and I packed away our stuff we headed of to Camelback Mountain Resort. It took about an hour and 45 minutes to get there from Queens, NY (which is awesome because is really all highway).

When we arrived we received our packed with the schedule of things and passes an all. First thing, was get our boots and skis. NOT going to lie, getting boots for 3 kids and 2 adults and skis for all was EXHAUSTING. If it’s your first time, please pack lightly and don’t have a lot of things with you because you will probably end up carrying about 3 pairs of skis. Something else to keep in mind is, if this is your first time, is that the equipment is heavy. Boots are very heavy, so be ready for some slight pain when you first walk with them. Don’t worry you get use to them and won’t bother you. Once we got our equipment we headed to the kids lesson.

The ski lessons are awesome, I watched the kids for about an hour. The teachers they have are so caring and really take care of the kids. It was excited to see that the kids were paying attention and really enjoying the class. During the class, they teach them different things like how to set up the skis, going down and turning around. The class was an hour and a half and they were so tired by the time they got out it was totally worth it, it was perfect for a first timer. While they were in class, I took a chance and went up the hill myself. OMG, so much fun but physically demanding. Never thought skiing would be so physically challenging. Keep in mind, If you have a child 3 and younger they will need private lessons. After our ski adventure, we headed up to have lunch.




After lunch, we returned our equipment and headed to the snow tubes. OMG I think this was the most fun-filled part of the day. Not because snow tubbing is fun, but because we were able to do it all together. There are 2 snow tube mountains and the sessions are 3 hours long. We were able to tie 3 tubes together so the boys were together and Grace and I on the other side. At first, I thought she would be terrified, but she absolutely had a blast. She wanted to keep going up and down over and over again. My favorite was to hear the kids laughing. Such a joyful moment for them. What I also loved, was at night they have a light show, which is super cool and also have some fire pits! The spot is perfect to have some waffles and hot apple cider.




The last stop for the day was at Aquatopia Indoor Water Park. And, how excited where the kids? They couldn’t even believe that they were going to a water park after all the skiing and snow tubbing fun. This was our first time at this water park and the kids were pretty impressed. Their favorite part? The wave pool for sure! We didn’t get a chance to stay at the resort but the lobby is beautiful.



Overall, we had an amazing time and will for sure return. It was very convenient that everything was in the same mountain and they even have a shuttle to take your through all the activities. I loved having this new experience with the family. It is very special when you get out of your comfort zone and go on a new adventure together. I didn’t really think the kids would love skiing but they absolutely did. I am excited to take them back and embrace this new side of them.

I want to thank Momtrends for the invite and for hosting us and thank you Camelback Mountain Resort for an amazing time. 


Vintage Classic Camera

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Cinco prácticas ecoamigables que educan a nuestros niños


Por Marielisa Ortíz Berríos

Esta entrada es una colaboración especial para The Mommy Elf. Visita Mama Educa y lee el artículo de Gemarla.


Hace varias décadas, cuando todavía no había llegado la industrialización o incluso tanta publicidad en los medios de comunicación, no era necesario hacer énfasis en las prácticas ecoamigables en nuestros hogares y con nuestras familias. Claro, si las personas vivían en pleno contacto con la naturaleza, se alimentaban con comidas saludables, hacían remedios naturales cuando se enfermaban y apenas utilizaban productos procesados o químicos.


Sin embargo, en el año 2017 se hace imperante esforzarnos a realizar actividades en armonía con la naturaleza y a llevar una vida ecoamigable que nos permita proteger nuestro medioambiente y cuidar nuestra salud. Aunque el ambiente siempre ha sido para mí súper importante, no soy perfecta y todos los días busco aprender cosas nuevas e incorporar nuevas prácticas en mi hogar. En ese proceso he aprendido varias cosas que me gustaría compartir con ustedes:


  • alimentación sana – Hace tres meses cambié mi dieta a una vegana. Esta alimentación solo consume alimentos que provienen de las plantas, y no de los animales. En mi casa yo soy la única vegana, pero me esfuerzo todos los días porque mis hijos consuman frutas, vegetales y verduras que les brinden los nutrientes necesarios para crecer saludables.
  • productos naturales – Poco a poco estoy haciendo lo posible por utilizar más productos naturales y menos químicos, como por ejemplo la pasta dental, el repelente para mosquitos, el desodorante y el detergente de lavar la ropa de mis niños. Más adelante me interesa incorporar más productos naturales para la limpieza general del hogar.
  • pañales de tela – Aunque no los uso a tiempo completo, sí lo uso mientras estamos en la casa y ha sido un gran ahorro de dinero, y claro, a la vez estoy evitando tirar a la basura más pañales desechables que a la larga llegarán al vertedero. Los pañales desechables son un problema real, no obstante, cada vez más madres utilizan con sus hijos los pañales lavables y se unen a esta ola de padres preocupados por la salud de sus hijos y del ambiente.
  • reciclar – En nuestra casa reciclamos prácticamente todo: plástico, aluminio, metal, papel y cartón. Ya es normal en los niños, especialmente en el mayor, la práctica de reciclar. También siempre les enfatizo en la importancia de no tirar basura fuera del zafacón. En ocasiones mi niño me ha traído basura que ha encontrado en la calle para echarla en el zafacón de la casa. Eso me pone muy feliz pues la educación va rindiendo frutos.
  • observación de las aves y la naturaleza – Desde muy pequeño, mi niño aprendió a amar las aves y a identificarlas por su sonido y apariencia. En el proceso todos hemos aprendido más sobre los alados y nos encanta salir a observarlos. Aprender sobre las aves les enseña a valorarlas y también a su entorno. Claro, aprenden a amar también el resto de los animales y a la naturaleza en general.
  • sembrar y desyerbar – Como parte de las actividades que hacemos en casa con el homeschooling (somos una familia que educa en el hogar), me encanta incorporar visitas al patio para observar la naturaleza, desyerbar, regar las plantas y sembrar semillas. Me gusta incluir a los niños en esta actividad para que experimenten y aprendan. Esto sin contar el gran beneficio emocional y mental que tiene estar en contacto con la tierra.



Estas son algunas de las prácticas ecoamigables que realizo en mi casa con mis niños. La educación ambiental es y será siempre uno de los pilares en nuestra casa y en los proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje.


¿Qué prácticas ecoamigables realizas en tu hogar? Te invito a compartirlas aquí.


La autora es fundadora y editora de Mamá Educa, un blog sobre educación en hogar y aprendizaje familiar; y de Atabey, un blog sobre estilos de vida ecoamigables y en armonía con la naturaleza. Es mamá homeschooler de tres niños.

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