I loved wearing these T-shirts. You could see people reading them and a second later those who got it would give a little smirk:
If you don’t get it, you must not have watched Frozen a million times.
This documents the beginning of Spencer’s love affair with Star Tours:
He also loved this rocket ride:
The kids were thrilled to get behind the wheel at Autopia:
Two years ago we loved going to the drawing academy and learning how to draw characters. We made sure to visit there again. This time we drew Tigger.
Mine (with a little help from Madison):
Madison’s (with no help from me):
Some people draw what they want to draw and that’s that.
Moments after this picture was snapped:
…Madison went down the stairs without holding onto anything for the first time. She was very proud of herself. Now she thinks she never has to hold on while maneuvering stairs. Her recent black eye begs to differ.
We rode the small world ride and Madison was giggling like crazy. Our entire boat was getting a kick out of her enjoyment:
You know how you sometimes forget how stupid a ride is? And you don’t believe the sign that says the wait is really long because to the untrained eye it looks like you’re about to walk right on?
Toon Town may get a bad rap in some circles, but my kids loved it:
We decided to stay late to watch the World of Color show. We ran out of snacks so we splurged on a turkey leg to share to hold us over until we got back to Belle’s Castle:
Then we had some tired kids (and adults) heading home: