Unfortunately for us, we arrived way past bedtime which prompted the kids to act like gremlins that were fed after midnight.
But by the time we entered Magic Kingdom we were forced to be happy since it is the happiest place on earth. While we were on the monorail the announcer welcomed us to the happiest place on earth and Lily looked at me wide eyed and open mouth - "Is Disney World really the happiest place on earth?!" "I'll let you know at 5pm tonight."
Lily was now tall enough to ride some of the bigger rides. She and Brian went on those adventures while Jamison and I enjoyed throwing leaves in water from a bridge and watching for Lily and Brian to splash down Splash Mountain.
After scaring the begeebers out of Jamie on The Pirates of the Caribbean we switched kids. Brian and Jamie went on the Dumbo ride and Lily, Grrrmam and I went shopping for a new princess dress and to visit the princesses.
(For some random reason my pictures won't center unless I also center my text. I have no idea why blogger is doing this.) After that royal experience we met up with the boys to go for a car ride. She wanted to steer but couldn't reach the pedals. Do you know how difficult it is to accelerate from the passenger seat while the driver veers left and right manically?
Lily, Ruthie, Maddie, and Jamie.
We had dinner at Cinderella's Table in the castle. The combination of nap deprivation and extreme sun exposure led to a very silly-crazy two year old boy. If Cinderella had actually been at our table Jamie would have been thrown in the dungeon. Or sent to sew clothes for Jac, Gus, and Mary. One or the other.
This was just day one. But lucky for you, since we have been to Disney before I didn't take that many more pictures.