Disney has announced that it has purchased a stake in Dream Family Shopping, a sister site to its Family App.
The deal, which will allow Dream Family Shop to focus on more traditional family shopping, was announced by Disney CEO Bob Iger in a blog post today.
In addition to Disney’s stake in the Dream Family Store, Dream Family will have an ownership stake in Disney Junior, the popular kids’ online game that launched earlier this year.
Dream Family Shop’s parent company, Disney Family, will also continue to own the Disney Junior store.
Dream family is a name for a family of people, typically an extended family.
It was first used in the 1980s in a Disney cartoon, where a family was referred to as a “Dream Family.”
In the film, the Dream family is shown living a dream life with their dog, Woody, and their pet, Mickey.
The company was founded in 2012 by family and friends of Disney founder Bob I. Disney, and has grown to include nearly 100,000 members.
Disney Junior is the only online game for children and teens, and it has been downloaded more than a billion times.
The announcement comes a day after Disney announced that the company would soon start rolling out a new version of the game called Disney Family App, which is being developed by an outside team.
The game has a revamped app interface and includes a feature called the “Family” option, which allows parents to shop for Disney merchandise, and also allows members of the Dream community to submit and share items for the family to share.
Disney Family will also be able to buy Disney products.
Dream has long been known for its family-oriented content, but its sister site Family App is more focused on families.
The Disney family shopping app has more than 1.5 million members, according to the company.