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The littlest Disney World park-goer

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I’ve mentioned before that Disney is perfect for all ages and really brings out the best in all of them.

Case in point, the oldest (6) had fun meeting characters and wasn’t scared of them!

Tigger and #1

And, our youngest was able to go on rides in the park…and thought it was the best thing ever. It’s super dark, but I think you can see that even her eyes are smiling on the Pooh ride.

Little people and Disney

Watching Kanga and Rabbit help Pooh on his journey for honey.

little people and disney

And, she even had a great time staying up way too late and partying and dancing with her sisters.

Dancing with sisters

It really was a happy place for everybody involved.

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.


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29 Comments

  1. My kids never really cared for Pooh, but I’m having a little girl in August so I’m hoping she shares the love for Winnie the Pooh that I did when I was a little girl 🙂

  2. Alicia Odell says:

    We love Pooh! The Winnie the Pooh movie was my son’s first movie a couple of years ago. He still enjoys our Pooh books at 4 and now my daughter who is 1 likes Pooh. She has a Pooh shirt and will point to his picture on her shirt and try to get others to notice it!

  3. We just watched The Tigger Movie for the first time the other day. The kiddo’s favorite right now is Eeyore (she pronounces it as i-or). She’d love to take that bag to the library to get books.

  4. Christine Uniejewski says:

    Pooh is one of my favorites from when I was young. My older son loved Pooh and loves to read. Now I am happy I get to share the same stories with my younger son!

  5. I’ve been MIA for a while!………..
    Something meaningful and fabulous?……There’s nothing better than having a toddler/young child bring a book over and ask you to read it…….except maybe for hearing, ‘will you play with me?’ from my 2 year old…..
    I cherish those moments, even though there are times I’d rather not read the book again for the 20th time………ha…….

  6. Meghan @JaMonkey says:

    I love how big the girls smile is in all your pictures from Disney

  7. The Hubs would LOVE to read the books to Logan. We got a really cute Pooh book at the thirft store, but having more for our baby library would be nice. I love the Izzy picture with Tigger…she bounces all over the place just like him.

  8. We are planning a Disney trip next year. My youngest will be a couple of months shy of 3 and my oldest about 3 months shy of 5. I am hoping for a great trip. I’m glad to see there are rides that my youngest will be able to go on… I know he will love it.

    We have a whole set of Pooh books and the boys have always loved them. Ike’s favorite is the one where they go on a scavenger hunt.

  9. something meaningful and fabulous?
    the other day, i went downstairs to see the 12 year old curled up on the couch with the 4 year old… reading him the Pooh book we had recently grabbed at the library 🙂
    so sweet…. and of course, it made me have the biggest smile 😉

  10. I enjoy story time with my grandsons because I love sitting close and snuggling with them and I love that they are learning and feeling comforted and loved at the same time!

  11. My family is planning a Disneyland trip next year and I was a little worried since my son will be two. I am glad you posted this and said how much your youngest loved it! And I love storytime with my son because it is special bonding time and I can see he is starting to recognize things in the stories we read

  12. Stephanie m says:

    I’m blessed to be able to stay at home with our 2.5 yr old daughter- we would live to share these memories together. 😉

  13. courtney b says:

    I grew up on Winnie the pooh, we don’t have anything for my son with that character so I think I should introduce it to him !:)

  14. Story time with my children is even more special since I personally never experienced that as a child. Not only it helps my children learn, but it’s one of the things that help me bond with them. 🙂

  15. Heffalumps & Woozles, best part of that ride I think! As for story time, I love reading to my kids in voices, it always makes them laugh. I do a pretty good Eeyore.

  16. I love Winnie the Pooh. I grew up with him and love that when the recent movie came out, my son was excited about it too! Now I have a little girl and I would love for her to love Winnie just as much as I do. We have a drawing from the movie framed in her room along with a pooism quote!

  17. Jenn McClearn says:

    we just love winnie the pooh and friends thanks for the giveaway 🙂

    1. Jenn McClearn says:

      forgot to mention hubby used to dress up like tigger for parades when he worked for the local fire department 🙂

  18. I agree that Disney is perfect for all ages. Just got back from a trip with my 2 and 7 yr old and they both had a blast! We love Disney!

  19. Elisabeth says:

    I adored Winnie the Pooh growing up! I would love to pass that magical experience unto my children too! 🙂

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