The day we got to Disney, the girls were so enamored with the pool that was the only thing they wanted to do. They had no idea exactly what Disney World was (and we hadn’t talked about the trip until the day of for fear of them driving us crazy).
Once we explained that the castle from their beloved movies was there, they were ready to go!
We were all excited to be there!
We ended up walking into Magic Kingdom right when they were having a parade. See, it’s always magic at Disney.
Chip even came up and said hi!
Some people like carousels. Me, not so much. So they waited in the very short line to get a ride.
So happy to ride with daddy. And I was happy to stand on terra firma!
And, of course, Dumbo. I did this one. Whew, the spinning.
And, of course, the Little Mermaid ride. Grandma hadn’t seen the story, so I was explaining it all to her as we went around. She was confused.
And, yes, they did get to go back and swim in the pool! Making them happy was important! Happy splashy girls. And, E was taking a long, much needed nap!
I went to Epcot for a little welcoming session and to hear Chris Powell speak, then the families joined us!
Then we had a tasty dinner and entertainment. Mickey sighting and all. (Who knew I would pick such a perfect table?)
Then, we hiked over one of the countries in Epcot where there was a fabulous dessert spread. 10 pounds I gained from looking at all of this! Yum!
The girls and grandma couldn’t have been more thrilled to be there.
And, wrapped the late evening with fireworks.
It couldn’t have been a more magical and enchanted day! My girls are already asking when we will go again!
As participants in the Disney Social Media Moms Conference 2013 we paid our conference fee, which included hotel accommodations, park tickets, meals, and other gift items. I was not required, or asked, to write about the conference, events, or speakers. The honest opinions are my own and that of my family.