There’s a reason why parents all over the country try to scam free babysitting out of THEIR parents as much as possible. And after reading this… can you blame them? You’ll start saying, “Don’t you want to spend time with your grandkids? They miss you,” more and more often! It’s because the alternative is REALLY expensive.According to a new survey, babysitters now cost $15.20-per-hour, PER-CHILD. So if you’ve got two kids and you go out for four hours, that’s $120 worth of babysitting. But even with those prices, almost one-third of parents hire a sitter at least once a week. 10% hire one two times a year or less.
The future is just getting crazy… I mean we can do pretty much everything from out phones! But this can definitely be a perk when it comes to the busy theme parks in Florida. And it just got a little easier for smartphone-toting theme park buffs to get their lunch at Disney World this summer. Disney will be hopping on the mobile ordering trend when Pandora — The World of Avatar opens at Disney’s Animal Kingdom during Memorial Day weekend. Folks will be able to fire up the official My Disney Experience app to order and pre-pay for food at Satu’li Canteen, the lush new area’s Avatar-themed counter-service eatery. It’s the first (and for now, only) restaurant at a Disney World theme park to offer mobile ordering, but if the option proves popular you know it’s just a matter of time before it works its way through the rest of the massive resort’s culinary offerings.
If you have seen any of the other Mission: Impossible movies, you know that its a movie made up of insane crazy stunts. and part of making of the movies is that each stunt being bigger and better than the last one, especially in terms of the ridiculous stunts that Tom Cruise has to do. Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol involved him climbing the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation had him cling to an airplane as it took off, and it sounds like Mission: Impossible 6 is going to have a stunt so insane that Cruise has been training to do it for over a year. That’s according to Collider, which spoke with M:I 6 producer David Ellison about the film. According to Ellison, this new stunt is going to be “the most impressive and unbelievable thing that Tom Cruise has done in a movie,” and he’s been preparing for it since “right after Rogue Nation came out.” He wouldn’t offer any specifics, but he explained that Cruise prefers doing real stunts like this because “the audience can tell when it’s you on a green screen or when you’re actually doing it live.” The subtext there is that it’s important that the audience specifically sees Tom Cruise doing these stunts, because that makes him—and the anticipation of seeing his next big stunt—an indelible part of the Mission: Impossible series’ appeal.
Nothing is cuter than a 2 year old who watches his mom and copies her every move. Carrie Underwood shared a video of her working out and her son, Isaiah watched her and did everything she did. They started off with a push-up, then they move to doing some yoga and you can hear in the video her instructing him every step of the way. SO CUTE! She posted the video Wednesday night with the caption “My workout buddy…mama’s in @caliabycarrie and the big man is in his fire truck PJs…whatever works! #StayThePath PS, please excuse my yoga form…I don’t do much yoga, but like to stretch…”
Reba McEntire will get the honor of sing the National Anthem ahead of this year’s City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game in Nashville. According to a press release, McEntire will perform ahead of the 27th annual game, which will be held at First Tennessee Park on Saturday, June 10. As always, 100 percent of the event’s proceeds will benefit City of Hope, a leading research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. While the 2017 rosters have yet to be announced, teams in previous years have featured the likes of Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line.
Its been a busy week for Cam! She was just here in Orlando hanging out with us at Runaway Country and then a few days ago Melissa Etheridge invited Cam to join her onstage for a duet during this week’s episode of Skyville Live on Facebook. The Boot reports that Etheridge introduced the “Burning House” singer as “one of country’s shining new acts” before teaming up with her for a powerful version of Etheridge’s 1993 “Come to My Window.” The performance marked the second time Etheridge teamed up with a country singer for a duet of the track; she previously sang the tune with Dolly Parton when the pair met for a 2003 episode of CMT Crossroads.