Cars? Not our thing but always a good photo op.
Well, the Ariel ride was the big hit this trip for Kayla. I lost track of how many times we rode it. Over and over. She made it worth it every time though. She had it all memorized and was very entertaining during the whole thing. I will miss taking her on that. But I am sure I will never get the song out of my head. Under the sea…
Well, you don’t seem scary.
We made another pass through the Princess Fair for Kayla but the big girls didn’t object to going since they missed the first trip through. It was the same ladies as last time which was a bit of a bummer for our autograph book goals but oh well. We focused on the meet instead. It worked a bit better since the big girls could play middle man for Kayla to the Princess.
We re-rode a few more of our favorites before Kayla turned and said “I go ni-night”. She curled up into a ball in her stroller and covered up. Her Disney was done. And all was fine. We really enjoyed taking her on this trip. Such a fun age to experience everything. Its all still magic and characters are real as ever. Being that Kayla is the youngest, I feel a bit like part of our own innocence that we are reliving through her will be gone after this. But that’s life. Things move on. But I am sure we will be back. Why? Well, the last ride of the day was a small roller coaster for kids over in Toontown. When we got off there was only one word coming out of her mouth…”again?”. Have you heard of Space Mountain, Kayla?