Usually, Disney appears to be a good idea...but when it's hot, crowded, and an exercise in patience trying to get kids to stay happy in long lines, it doesn't seem very 'magical.'
Last Wednesday was a cool day (when the sun went down it was cold actually), and there were hardly any people there! The longest we waited for any ride was 20 minutes, which didn't seem like much of anything because it takes you that long just to walk through some of the empty line areas. We literally did every.single.ride and show we wanted to do. It was magical!
Here's a picture-overload of our time at Disney...and leading up to it.
Before we left, Emma and I went to get pedicures. It was her first time ever having a 'real' one and she was quite excited!
collection' I've been working on!)
One of Emma's little friends had been to Disney before and told her about the tea cups. She begged to go on them until we finally tracked them down and went. Ugh. She was in little girl heaven on this ride...and I think my head is still spinning. Rides that spin are not my favorite! (Is it an age thing?)
But we did stop inside the castle for a peek at their gorgeous mosaic tile scenes. Amazing!
More pictures and details about the rest of our Florida trip tomorrow...