I’m finally getting around to getting the rest of our Disney pictures posted. The kids ate, napped, changed clothes and we were back on our way to more Magic Kingdown fun. They look kinda bored waiting for the Disney bus.
Once we arrived, our first stop was an appointment to meet Mickey himself (oh THANK YOU THANK YOU fast passes!!!!). This may be my favorite picture of the entire trip. This is when it was his turn to walk up and personally meet and talk to Mickey. Pure joy and excitement in his face, not to mention one of the only pictures with non squinty eyes.
Family picture with Mickey of course.
Highlight of the weekend for sure.
After a bunch of rides, Emery took a little water / snack break while Drew planned out where we should go next.
How could we almost leave our long day at MK without getting the must have picture in front of Cinderella’s castle? Drew really has this smiling for pictures thing down doesn’t he? Sidenote – he says Grammy and Grandpa taught him to smile this way.
These two were having so much fun on the way back to the hotel. Drew was running with her in the stroller and though you cannot tell by the picture, she thought it was hysterical.
The following morning Goofy and Pluto just happened to be at our hotel visiting during breakfast. What a fun start to the day.
Off to Hollywood Studio and the first guy we saw was this one – Jake from Jake and the Neverland Pirates.
Drew loved Disney Junior Live – which was a performance that included the gang from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Jake and the Neverland Pirates and Sofia the First.
Drew really doesn’t watch Sofia very often (except when Daddy goes to the gym – ha!) but nonetheless he wanted a picture with her.
We really didn’t have as much to do at Hollywood Studios that interested the kids but also didn’t feel the need to repeat Magic Kingdom. A few things not pictured; Drew being scared to death at the Indiana Jones show (this kid does not like fire) or crying during a 3D Mickey Fantasia movie….or a combination of screaming and crying during the Great Movie Ride. Also, despite very few pictures, Emery was indeed still on this trip. She went with the flow throughout which was great. Overall we had an awesome time and I’m so glad we did our first Disney trip this way. Two days was perfect for us.