This is a terrible picture but if you could just SEE how happy this balloon made her- for twelve dollars, you too can have a light up Mickey Mouse balloon. Actually, it has been worth every penny. It is still floating and lighting up right here in our living room. (There is an on off button. And also we did not take it on the plane. fyi.)
Look at us! We are soaking wet! We rode Splash Mountain twice in a row at eleven pm in freezing weather. Okay it wasn’t freezing because it we were in Southern California but it was coooooold. The tram ride is always extra special when you are soggy-it’s tradition though. Plus it was a good way to initiate some of these boys into our family. Guess who sat front?
We spent a good portion of the trip standing by strollers and saying, “Hey, where is everyone?” or “What are we doing now?” or “Whose turn is it to buy a round of churros?”
We waited in line to see Mickey Mouse- which incidentally was MUCH longer then ten minutes. The house just kept winding around and around and around. Isabelle did pretty well- after like three seconds she was like “Thanks but I’m done. Next.”
We are always so extremely sad to leave the park-usually it’s mom who runs around until midnight closing everything down. I really do wish we live closer- I’m so envious of my brother and his family who just pop over once in awhile to see what’s new or to get a corn dog. Could you imagine? Just like get in the car, let’s jaunt over to Disney. No big thang.