Disney World--Definately Magic in the Air

United States
July 16, 2008 7:46am CST
We just go back froM Disney a few weeks ago. I have been several time previous but this was the first time with my own kids (3 and 4). They were just in awe and had an awesome time. The magic started the first day we were there when we saw Peter Pan and others open the Magic Kingdon with the countdown. The parade that day continued it. My daughter was so excited seeing all the characters she just screamed when another came. We took her over to Downtown Disney and Fairy Godmother did her hair up like a princess at Bibbidi Bobidi Boutique. We also did a Princess Dinner at the Castle and dinner at Chef Mickey's with Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto. I hated to leave. It was awesome
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@cripfemme (7719)
• United States
20 Jul 08
I can relate. I have been to Dinsey World a bunch of times too. Its always magical, even when you are an adult. I hope some day to have kids of my own to take there. I don't usually patronize big corporations as I think they are bad for local economies but I think Disney is an exception to my rule. As they say, "everything in moderation including moderation." I would love to go to Disney with my little cousins ages 4 and 2 just to see what they would do when interacting with their favorite characters.
• United States
20 Jul 08
Your cousins would love it. I hope that you one day get to experience it with them or better yet with kids of your own. I had much more fun going with my own kids than all the other times before I had kids
@planejane (188)
16 Jul 08
O, WOW! This is so awesomely sweet! It sounds like you and your family had a wonderful time at Disney! I just love going there myself and I love watching how the kids fall under the spell of the Disney 'magic.' Thank you for sharing this wonderful trip! I wouldn't want to leave either.
• United States
16 Jul 08
Yes, the were definately under the magic spell. As for that, I think that I was, too. It is amazing that one place can bring out the kid in people of all ages.
@hellcowboy (7383)
• United States
11 Aug 08
I have only been to Disney World once and that was in like fifth grade,my cousin who is four years older than me was in the high school band and they were going to Disney World to play,and they were going by a greyhound,so anyone in there families could go at a discounted price to see them play,it was awesome and though we did not get to see everything we saw a lot,and I got a lot of autographs,the only downside was that it was really cold at night.