Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Part Two

Picking up where we left off on our Disney escapades...

6) My daughter has no fear. If she was tall enough, she rode it.
Over and over again.
Expedition Everest, Space Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain, Splash Mountain, Mission Space, Dinosaur, and the dreaded Tower of Terror.
She was ticked that she wasn't tall enough for the Rock-n-Roller Coaster.

(She made us ask for the front every time.)

7) My husband is so cruel. When he found out that Derek met the height requirement, he took my tiny infant baby boy on the Tower of Terror.

And Derek liked it.

8) The Princesses. Need I say more?

Alex still believes that she is meeting the real Belle, Ariel, Cinderella, Snow White, etc. She clams up in the presence of royalty, but always has the biggest smile as she walks away.

9) Snack Time

Notice I did not take any photographic evidence of my indulgences. But it's a safe bet that I had a funnel cake. And a dole whip or two.

10) A preview to a decade from now:

Derek was so excited about the "driver's license" he got that he spent the whole time turned around trying to show Daddy.

All for now. One more post and we should be done with the recap and on to the many other interesting things I blog about.
You know, like plastic bags, bed wetting, sassy kids, and the weather.

Try not to lose any sleep in your excitement.


The Henry Crew! said...

LOVED rockin' roller coaster... Aerosmith is always a good idea... just sayin... but the Crash Test thing? ugh - didn't like it at all... but glad you all had fun on it! Like I said before, we really need to go back and do that trip over again with more sleep, less stress, and less grandparental involvement... do you sense the bitterness? yep... it was an experience alright... oy...

Taylor said...

You are a genius! Using a plastic drink lid to contain spills from popsicles?!?! You need to market that awesomeness!

I'm Erin. said...

Taylor, I read about using the lids in my extensive Disney researching. It works really well!

But go ahead continue to think of me as a genius. It will be a boost to my self esteem. It's sorely needed right now, as I just went bathing suit shopping.