The kids loved eating breakfast on the balcony and watching the animals.
We got to meet Donald. Poppy does a fantastical Donald voice, so we thought we'd let him meet him too. This picture is called "Disney Magic". All of the children walked away winning a prize at Disney's overpriced carnival games at the Animal Kingdom.
AHH!!! Mickey. Adam was at his conference during these pics. This is one of my favorite Disney pics. Their was a play going on about Dreams coming true, and the kids just loved it. All of them. We met the whole Cinderella family at a Character dinner one night. The Step-sisters were hilarious. Except that she smiles like me. First stop: buy the kids some crazy hats for them to wear all week long.
I felt like the best mom in the world when we went into a store and said "Pick out a hat!" It was almost like Christmas... but with a mickey hat.
Laney came on the trip too. (In case you forgot)So on our last day at Magic Kingdom we let the monsters get their faces painted. The girls lasted all day, but the boys... were boys. She looks quite lovely. So the boys started out as pirates and as they started sweating and wiping their faces they looked more like Pirates of the Caribbean. Tommy would only get in this picture, because it was with a boy. He was over the whole princess thing. Here is the wishing well. After we had them make a wish we started leaving. Tommy looked at me and said "It didn't work, I'm not a dragon" Our last ride of the trip. Snow White's Scary Adventure. This was our second time on it. The first time, Kelly through a fit about not wanting to go because it's called her "scary" adventure.
The food here was fabulous. I loved the buffets because then we didn't have to entertain the children while we waited for food.Adam got his picture taken with his favorite princess ever. When he was younger Little Mermaid was his favorite Disney film. Well at least Ariel's singing. Too bad he married a women who sounds more like Scuttle. We also got to eat dinner with the Princesses. You can see Tommy's excitement in his face.