Here are some of our favorite stories and memories from the trip:
Steve: The car ride. Uggghhh. 10 hours to Anaheim is still better than 18 to Orlando though.
Ben: Ooh and I really liked the Switch, too. The Switch was fun because we got to use it in the car. We played Snipper Clips and Poyo Poyo Tetris and Mario Cart and Overcooked. It was a long drive. It made the drive go funner and a little faster, but the sleep made the drive go even faster.
Sam: Absolutely the Guardians breakout was the best, for pretty much the same reasons WanYing liked it. It's a great ride, with some pretty cool stuff to look at in the line before. I've always liked negative Gs, and since it bounced several times you could feel the negatives in abundance.
Ben: Going to In-n-Out was weird because there were a ton of people there. It was really popular, and it was huge.
The Aquarium was fantastic - tons of touch pools, a great sea lion show, and we even got to feed the birds these little cups of nectar that they went crazy for.
Jamie: We figured this was our final little-kid trip to Disney, so we decided to do it right, including a princess treatment at the Bibbity Bobbity Boutique and a princess lunch at Ariel's Grotto. Sasha had a good time, but WanYing especially loved it. That girl can't get enough of face painting, glitter, and all the accoutrements of the royal treatment. I loved seeing the girls strut around in their fairy dust and sashes, absorbing all the fun of the experience.
Family MagicWe had a really great trip to Disneyland. It really is a delightful place, and I'm so grateful we could all go together and enjoy it. It's crazy to think that Sam will be in college before we return - wow! It's a good reminder to enjoy these years of princess dresses and signature books while they last.
|WanYing 6 years ago on Mickey's Fun Wheel|
|Some things never change...|