The Magic Kingdom really IS the happiest place on earth.
My kids are GREAT travelers.
I could not get enough of seeing the wonder and awe in my girls' eyes, every time they saw one of the princesses.
I think Tahlia's love for Belle may have been taken over by her love forTinkerbelle.
The weather we had in Florida is my kind of weather. High 60's - low 70's; perfect for spending the day in the parks.
The "Soaring" ride at Epcot is amazing!
My six year old daughter can read a map better than I can.
The Magic Kingdom caused me to have sensory overload. I had trouble sleeping at night, because the sights and sounds kept going through my head ;-)
Bringing our double stroller even though the girls are almost 5 and 7 was the best thing in the world!
The fireworks over Cinderella's castle are magical.
One of my favorite things on this trip was watching people's reactions to one of my husband's favorite t-shirts. In fact, I made him wear it several times, just so I could see more reactions (I'll share a picture later).
Staying at the Villa's at the Disney's Wilderness Lodge was a pleasure. Not only is the resort beautiful, the units are spacious, clean and cozy and having a kitchen and a washer/dryer were life savers.
Making my husband carry my laptop so that I can download and e-mail pictures doesn't do much good if you forget to bring the USB cable that connects your camera to the computer (I had every intention on blogging while away, but alas).
I CAN handle being disconnected from the internet for more than a day.
Disney’s accommodations for guests with disabilities made a tremendous difference in our family’s ability to experience the parks and rides (more on that later).
We made some wonderful (and hopefully lifelong) memories on this trip and I am sure the girls will be talking about this for a long time to come.