Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Disney 2012, Part II

Although we have been to Disney World many times, this was the first time with a kid in tow. And it was.....wonderful! Normally, after a Disney vacation, we are all jaded and swear that we will never go again. (But only to go again a year later, haha) This time, however, we can't wait to go back! Seriously, I want to make this an annual thing. Yeah, wishful thinking.

Traveling with Anna was a piece of cake. She's so easy now. I can imagine that it would be more difficult to have fun with a baby - dealing with bottles, naps, etc. Or traveling with an older kid - dealing with complaints, personal preferences, etc. But with Anna (who's turning 2 next week), she's fine with anything and, really, she doesn't know enough to talk back yet.

She adjusted to everything quickly. A later nap? No problem. A delayed bedtime? Sure. I thought going to Disney with a kid would be so much trouble back when we were childless seeing parents pushing strollers. Nah, I was wrong. Can't wait to head back with 2 kids!

Day 2 - Animal Kingdom

We did a lot of walking around at the Animal Kingdom...
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and taking pictures with the Disney characters.
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I was surprised that she wasn't freaked out by them.
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Meeting Pooh was a dream come true.
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Then we went on my favorite safari ride.


She was too short for many of the other rides, though.
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So it was more just taking silly pictures.
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The day ended with her splashing in the pool.


Life isn't too bad for this little girl!

To be continued...

3 comments:

  1. "doesn't know enough to talk back yet" : haha. So true. This is a pretty fun age. Though Ephram is a little more sensitive to late naps and late bedtimes. I'm thinking the 2-4 age will be a pretty good travel age though. Looks like Anna had so much fun. And it really is more fun to travel when you get to see them having fun too.

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  2. :) Just wait until she's tall enough for the rides!!!

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  3. Not one of my favorite parks, but it houses my favorite dining venue. But Anna definitely liked it. Much more so than the next day at EPCOT, where she spent the most time in her stroller. Kids definitely do change things around here.

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