Monday, February 8, 2016

We went to Disney World (again) and loved it (again)

Is it possible that we have crossed a line with this whole Disney thing? Perhaps.
But, seriously, your kids are way less annoying in Disney World. That thing that makes you want to beat your head against a brick wall at home? It's completely adorable anywhere on Disney property.
And your kids think you are actually kind of awesome. There is little to no eye rolling at Disney.
At home, that look on Bode's face would mean he was plotting a way to make his sister scream that shrill, ear piercing, exasperated scream that he's grown so accustom to. But in Disney World, this is an admiring, loving look at his hero and mentor - his adorable sister.
This kid has always been able to sleep anywhere, but I believe this is the first time he has ever literally fallen asleep standing up and then just crumpled onto the floor of the bus. Only in Disney.

Bode and I got to have a mother/son day in Epcot while Andy surprised Mia with a trip to Harry Potter World at Universal Studios (she finished the entire series and is officially obsessed)! I'm hoping this will motivate Bode to read.
For some reason, I'm doubting it really sunk in.
Mia showing the fam pictures of her dream day of all things Harry Potter:

Apparently, Andy and I can't keep our eyes open. It's like we've never taken a picture before.
Cousin Besties for life
Normally, I would have given Bode a look that said, "This is no longer funny. Make a normal face right this instant or you will have to spend your Friday nights practicing how to pose for pictures. And it will take a really long time. And you will hate it." But in Disney World I'm all, "It's so hilarious how Bode ruins every picture with those adorable faces. That kid!"
Okay, even in Disney World this is considered a terrible picture.
This picture was immediately followed by the trip back to Oklahoma where everyone resumed their normal, super annoying activities.

1 comment:

Wa Wa Waughs said...

Glad you got to go enjoy the time with all the family!