I can’t even count the amount of times i’ve blogged about wanting so desperately to take the boys to Disney, and how it seemed like just a pipe dream.
Well, after a hell of a lot of string pulling, magical fairy dust, money saving, and tax return hoarding.. we are going to Disney in April!
Yes, I am basically crapping my pants in happiness. It’s going to be amazing!
I went to Disney in my teen years but that was very carefree, no small children involved. When I went to Disney as a child, it was just 2 parks. Disney, and Epcot. Now there’s 4 to go to, and there never seems to be enough time to do everything.
I don’t have much time to blog about my glee and excitement, but I do want ANY recommendations you may have of things small kids just HAVE to do, best restaurants to eat at (not fine dining, of course), etc.
We’ve already made reservations for a Character breakfast, as we were told it was a MUST-DO, but everything else i’m pretty blank on.
All suggestions and recommendations are welcome!
I am weak pic.twitter.com/LYdRQ6EZcC
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