My husband and I took our girls to Disney World at the beginning of November. What a great time we had! My father-in-law and his fiancee were able to come along with us, which made the trip even better. It was nice to have two extra sets of hands to help with the girls, take pictures, and just enjoy the trip with us! We purchased the park hopper pass and saw all four Disney Parks in the five days we were on vacation. We enjoyed a character breakfast at Animal Kingdom one morning, saw the Electric Parade at Magic Kingdom one night, and attended Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party on our last night in Orlando.
Our daughter Brianna (5) had the time of her life. She took in every bit of everything she saw. It was all so magical for her! To see her eyes light up with each corner we turned was priceless. We took her to the Bibbity Bobbity Boutique where they made her up like a princess. She was chosen to sit in the special window seat where everyone walking by could see her transformation as they did her hair, nails, and makeup. It was worth every penny and she will have many fabulous memories of our trip!
Our daughter Audrey (3) will tell you that she had the best time ever, but we didn't see it there! haha! Her personality is so different from Brianna's. She is a natural grumpy pants, and she lived that to a tee in Disney World! She seemed to dislike everything about Disney. She didn't want to go on the rides, see the characters, watch the parade or fireworks, or even eat dinner. We had to force her to go on rides, (which she absolutely LOVED once we were on them). We also had to drag her to the parade (which again, she LOVED once it started). She had a great time with the characters when she was meeting them. She is just a tough child and her answer to every question was a big fat "NO". She pretty much lived off trailmix and fries all week. In hindsight, we would've waited another year to bring her!
Here are a few pictures of our trip. We plan on going back in 4 or 5 years when Audrey will be old enough to enjoy it and remember it!