Ahhhhh. Disney World. Now THAT was a fun trip. We were nervous the kids were too young (Z 3.5 and Hb 2), as people tend to give lots of advice surrounding when to take your kids to DW for the first time. Well, I'm glad we listened to our friends, because we had an amazing time. I would go back RIGHT NOW. At the drop of a hat I'd pack the car up with a dozen costumes and enough stuff to stay in Central Florida for a month. Seriously, it was a fantastic vacation for our little ones. I mean, we definitely had to mold the trip around their needs, the adults way outnumbered the kiddos, we stayed in a house with plenty of space, we took breaks from the park everyday, picked our battles very carefully, and had to remind ourselves (i.e. myself) to reeellaaax all the time, but it was worth it. Because of all the dog-whistle pitched squeals, exuberant hand claps, starstruck look in their eyes, ear-to-ear smiles, and car rides jamming to Tarzan's "Son of Man" we will make this a more frequent vacation and thusly we will go through Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University because Disney ain't cheap. I only posted a handful of pictures because it overwhelms me having to go through all of them for this blog. If you want to see more, bring yourself to the house.
Some fave moments:
Zeke tipping his Woody cowboy hat to Princess Tiana when he first met her
Zeke not wanting to wear his Buzz costume to meet Buzz because "that's HIS outfit, I'll just wear his shirt"
Watching the kids experience the magic every time a parade rolled through the streets
Riding Splash Mtn with Liss, Chris, and Zeke...oh yeah, he said Sixty foot drop I'm ready for you! I mean he didn't technically SAY it, but his actions did.
Laughing HARD with my sis Liss
Soaking my aching tootsies in the hot tub every night
Coming home with a tan in the beginning of February