We have a problem here. I’ve finally come to grips with the fact that my 10 year old daughter is addicted to…
The picture barely scratches the surface of how many she has. I think the total is around 60 or so of everything from tiny Beanie Babies to the Jumbo Hallmark Jingle and Bell.
I don’t know where this addiction came from because when it started, we actually had two American Eskimo dogs and a Chow. She’s so serious that she even collects wolves when she finds them because they have such a resemblance to huskies.
Shirts, figurines, keychains, whatever, she has to have it. Even uses her own money to buy the ones she doesn’t receive as birthday or Christmas gifts. The other day, she sat down with her sister to watch the latest wolf-related movie: Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure.
The girls had both already seen Alpha and Omega so they recognized the characters. They also recognized some “repeat” scenes like the group sledding down the hill in a hollowed out log.
The premise of the story is that Alpha and Omega, along with their pups, come across a bear cub that is lost. Their adventure is to get the cub back to his home.
If you don’t win, be sure to stop and pick up a copy at your local Walmart. As you can see from the photo at my local Walmart, it’s extremely affordable! Available in Blu-ray Combo Pack or DVD and it even comes with an Ultraviolet code to stream or download!