Partying at the Disney Social

Mickey mouse ears, face painting, music, dancing, an ice cream bar, and Disney Arts, crafts and toys galore.

Totally my kind of event as I love when companies include my kids in the magic. Just look at Kenzie’s glam tiger facepainting?










Happier Times

Hard to believe this time last week we were in 85 degree weather in Florida on Disney’s Boardwalk. The picture of happiness and health (despite the two cases of pink eye and double ear infections for Kenzie!)

Who knew the minor horrors that the next day would bring?


Which turned out being poor little Kenzie throwing up on her way to a character breakfast. Which alone would be disappointing enough. But was much more of a horror given it was two hours before leaving to go to the airport to fly home. The tough little cookie threw up non stop (about every 30-45 minutes) for almost 24 hours. She threw ups in the airport security line, on the airplane, and in the car on the way home and more times than we could count.  She barely complained and was a total trooper.   She’s finally better now but we certainly all paid the price for our magical vacation!


Off to Disney World!

We’re heading to Florida today to visit family and take trip to Disney World as part of Hanes Comfort Crew. The kids are beyond excited to return to Disney again and Kenzie can’t wait to see what living at “The Polynesian” will be like as her new home. We’ve got dollar store themed Disney goodies to surprise the kids with once we land – the infamous Water Worms they are obsessed with Mickey style.

This pic is from March 2009 and is too sweet. Every evening the kids would dance in the lobby of the Grand Floridian. I doubt Kenzie will don a princess dress this year…. as she chose to pack her super hero cape instead. What a difference a year makes!

Dancing with Cinderella at Disney World

Kenzie had her moment to dance with the beloved Cinderella on our Disney vacation last week.
The evening was thrilling for a 3 year old as we met the naughty Stepsisters Anastasia & Drisella, the Wicked Stepmother, Prince Charming and Cinderella.

I highly recommend this Character Dining opportunity with Cinderella and her family. We attended the dinner at 1900 Park Fare at the Grand Floridian which was very convenient for us with little kids (ages 3 and 1).  A magical night for my 3 year old – and for all of us watching through her eyes.

They also offer a Cinderella Dinner at the Castle at the “Royal Table” – if you want to do it at the Royal Table you’ll definitely need to book far in advance as those spots fill up months in advance.

Wordless Wednesday: Mirror Mirror on the Wall……

Kenzie’s channeling Cinderella at the moment…. but she’s been changing her favorite princess daily as we countdown to Disney.
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