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Snoopy Presents: To Mom (and Dad), With Love

Parents need to know that Snoopy Presents: To Mom (and Dad) With Love is a Mother's Day Peanuts special. The animation, music, Charlie Brown's signature "Good grief!" and a Snoopy/Woodstock feature are all reminiscent of classic Peanuts holiday specials but bring a modern flair. As the kids excitedly discuss how they will honor their moms this Mother's Day, Peppermint Patty gets increasingly irritated by the focus on the holiday. She's been raised by a single dad and has never known what it means to have a mom. Throughout the show, she must deal with a range of emotions about how to celebrate the day and where she fits in among others. The special highlights the fact that families come in all shapes and sizes. The show also deals with loss through Woodstock's quest to find his mom.

Snoopy Presents: To Mom (and Dad), With Love

In SNOOPY PRESENTS: TO MOM (AND DAD) WITH LOVE, Mother's Day is quickly approaching, and the members of the Peanuts gang are buzzing about how to celebrate their moms. Peppermint Patty is trying to coach the Peanuts football team to a win, but the kids are too distracted by the upcoming holiday. As they head off to make plans, Peppermint Patty becomes dismayed. She's never had a mom and feels isolated by all of the hype around Mother's Day. Should she celebrate her dad, who has always done all of the "mom" things for her? With the help of her friend Marcie, she realizes that Mother's Day is more than just a commercial holiday -- it's a day to spend time with the people you love the most.

This sweet Mother's Day special honors moms while encouraging empathy for those who may struggle with this particular holiday. Mother's Day isn't easy for everyone, and Snoopy Presents: To Mom (and Dad) With Love is a reminder to treat everyone kindly. The animation and music make the show feels like a classic Charlie Brown special, which is great for older viewers who have grown up on Peanuts. But it takes on issues of the heart that kids may not know how to deal with and shows that with mindfulness, conversation, and the ability to apologize when wrong, you can make it through an obstacle. All in all, the special reminds us that families are different and can celebrate Mother's Day however they please.

"Snoopy Presents: To Mom (and Dad) with Love" ist ein neues Penauts Special auf Apple TV zum Muttertag mit Peppermint Patty in der Hauptrolle. Es gibt auch eine kleine und lustige Nebenhandlung, in der Snoopy mit Woodstock loszieht, um die Mutter seines Vogelfreundes zu finden.

In a release, Apple TV+ described the Mother's Day 2022 special as a celebration of friendship and family featuring Charles M. Schulz' beloved Peanuts gang. While the other kids are excited to celebrate the special day, for Peppermint Patty, it's just a reminder that she didn't grow up with a mom. With her good friend Marcie by her side, she soon realizes that real families come in all shapes and sizes and that Mother's Day is an opportunity to thank that special person in your life who means the most to you.

Schmigadoon embraces the parody of classic musicals with a story of a couple getting trapped in a mystical musical town until they can find true love. Keegan-Michael Key and Cecily Strong are joined by Broadway heavyweights including Alan Cumming, Jane Krakowski, Kristen Chenoweth, Aaron Tveit and Ann Harada in this star-studded cast.

Based on the novel by Jandy Nelson, The Sky is Everywhere tells the story of Lennie Walker, who is struggling with grief following the death of her older sister. Lennie navigates love and loss as she meets Joe Fontaine, the new guy at school, and is inspired to write a song of her very own.

what a beautifully prosed and thought-provoking article, holy shit!!! i love the idea of how family trips impact you differently during different times in your life. i really connected with the sister-bonding parts of this story. my family went to disneyland when my twin sister and I were about 15 or 14. for some reason, going on all those kooky rides helped us to begin to understand each other for the first time.thanks for the great story, pixie!!

This was a wonderful piece to read. It reminded me of my eighth grade graduation trip to Disneyland. You see, I was going through a traumatizing time. My mother passed away a week before graduation. So after losing the most important person in my life, I decided that I was ok enough to visit the happiest place on earth. I did not want to miss out! EVERYONE was going! So the day arrived and I was sooo excited. I mean Disneyland trips were special events for my family. We were a working class family. My mom and dad had to work hard for our day of Disney. My friends and I meticulously planned our day. We were going to enjoy our last day as middle schoolers. At the same time, I took some of my own time to visit various rides and places where my mother and I shared many happy & carefree moments. I made my way to the exact table where we shared some ice cream and laughs the last time we were at Disneyland. I got some ice cream, came back and stared at the chair she sat in and closed my eyes. I wished and wished and wished that once I opened my eyes again, she would be there. And it all would be ok again. But of course she did not reappear. And I was mad at her for that . I was mad at cancer. I was mad at myself. It took me awhile before I could enjoy Disneyland again. I love going now. Plus I got to experience Club 33 with a very nice friend recently. So that is a new Disney memory on its own. But I still find myself making my way to that table, ice cream in hand. But now a calm peacefulness arrives.. she was there all along. She never left me. 041b061a72


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