As a kid, my family was never able to take us to Disney World. I was an adult when I took my first trip, and I fell in LOVE with everything about Disney. I now eat, breathe, and sleep thinking about Disney, reading about Disney, checking wait times (yes, even when I'm not there! HAHA), and everything in between. My husband and I have started our family tradition of taking our children to Disney World as often as possible.
FAVORITE DISNEY MEMORY
Years ago, when we took our babies on their first trip at 16 months and one month old, my son started crying in the line for Red Carpet Dreams and trying to run off as soon as Mickey & Minnie were in their eyesight. We thought this was because he was scared. The closer we got to Mickey & Minnie, the more he started crying and trying to run off, but he was running towards Mickey & Minnie. When it was our turn for our meet and greet, my son immediately ran into Mickey’s arms, hugged him, and wouldn’t stop giving Mickey high fives! Even though he won’t remember this, I will never forget it!
FIRST THING I DO AT DISNEY
The first thing we do is check into our resort, drop off our bags, and head straight to Disney Springs. We spend most of our nights at Disney Springs once we arrive and after the parks close.
So many are on my must-do list, but if I had to pick just one, it would definitely be Rise of Resistance.
If I had to choose only one, it would be Tusker House breakfast.
Picking just one, it would be the Totchos at Woody's Lunchbox. This is a tough one; we have many favorites.
Our family favorite has to be Saratoga Springs. We love returning from the parks and going straight to Disney Springs, right next to Saratoga Springs.