Tuesday, January 21, 2014

It was a Magical Day!

Magic Kingdom! 
We started really early and made it to the opening of the park celebration. 
It was everyone's 1st time seeing this and it was so cute!

Our 1st stop was to see Mickey Mouse!  I was so excited for Logan to see Mickey for the 1st time.

As you can see Logan didn't do well with Mickey.  He was super excited to see him as long as he stayed a few feet away! HA

Up next was getting Logan his 1st visit button.  If you wear the button the characters will spend more time with you.  After getting his button, we headed to the Buzz Lightyear ride!

Up next was the Astro Orbiter and then Logi and I hung out while Jamie and Randi rode the cars!
 
Its Buzz and Tomorrowland Transit time.  For some reason Randi loves this ride and we are not sure why, but it was nice to sit for a while!

Lunch was at Cinderella's Royal Table.  We choose to do this at lunch this year because after looking at the menu, you get the same type of meal for half the price.

Randi was beyond excited for lunch!  I think both kids had a blast and the food was AMAZING!

With bellies full its time to meet Ariel.

I am really not sure why we went back to the main entrance at this point, 
but we did and Pluto met us there! 

After seeing Pluto we rode Its a Small World.  The kids LOVED it!

We stopped by Tangled's tower for a few pics and headed to Dumbo 
to use our last fast pass for the day!

Time to meet Daisy, Minnie, Goofy & Donald!

BRAVE!

We didn't make it to see the fireworks because Logan had had enough after Brave, but we were able to see them from the ferry boat on the way back to the hotel.

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