We decided to go early and hope for the best (forgoing afternoon naps for our younger ones...always a questionable move) to try and see as much as we could, the kids did great, we stayed until the electric parade at 9:00 at night, although they fell asleep watching the parade in the perspective arms of their carriers.
Taking the monorail to the park, you can see everyone is pretty hot already...the weather was in the 90's.Because it was spring break we had to do a lot of waiting in lines..which was fine for some of us
and some of us got to ride and rest..A double stroller is a must if you have little ones, it helps them to last a lot longer. We had some of the kids try to sit in it when the little guys stepped out, which they caught on pretty quick they would lose their seat if they moved.
Character time is a favorite for any Disney trip and they were so excited to see Buzz Lightyear, I know it won't always be the case.
We did some of the rides with my nephew and some of the bigger rides he got to go by himself with Papa. Like Pirates of the Caribbean. My kids would not like that one.
This is the welcome parade which happens early on...thats' Cinderella's float with the Evil's.
This was definitely a highlight for all of us. The kids were excited to see Mickey and we were excited to see their reaction.... it was so great.
We had a really great time at Disney, everyone loved it, we got to go on a lot of rides, some we had to save for next time...but I was glad we got to experience this time together. I only wish I got more pictures with the grandparents.