I know, it's not Tuesday and these points are mostly not about books (gasp!). But I wanted to share a bit about our recent trip, so here you go!
1. The wind out at sea is no joke.
2. You will find that you permanently have something in your eye when your toddler squeals with joy and runs into the arms of every character you encounter. When she waves to the princesses as they take their bows at the end of a show, you may find yourself having a sudden allergy attack.
3. Even the "too cool" big kids turn back into excited little ones when Mickey Mouse is involved.
4. If you have a boy who eats you out of house and home like I do, it may be the only time in your life that you encourage your kids to please eat more food. After all, you've already paid for it.
5. I love New Jersey beaches. But the water in the Bahamas is blue from far away and clear up close, people. You can see through to the sand and see shells and fish!
6. Formal dinner on a cruise ship seems so silly, but it's a lot of fun.
7. Cruise ship architects/designers are brilliant. There was so much room for all of our stuff in our cabin. Also, BG slept on a bed that pulled out of the sofa and D's bed came out of the ceiling!
8. Princess Leia does not like posing for pictures, even if she gets to trick or treat two whole weeks early.
9. Vacations with kids are both fun and stressful. We had so much fun with our kids, but we also really appreciated a quiet dinner with fancy food and wine for the two of us.
10. There are much worse places to read than a lounge chair on the deck of a cruise ship sailing into the Bahamas. (See? It always comes back around to reading.)
Ok, fellow Disney fans, it's time to out yourselves. Who loves Disney? Who has been on a Disney cruise?
This looks like SOOOO much fun! <3ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos! I just love your dress and want it too :)ReplyDelete
I'm so glad your kids had tremendous fun-- we used to live in FL and bought the Residents' Pass every year our kids were younger. It was only an hour & half drive there so we made the best of it, being Disney fans, and we adults put our "haven't we seen this a hundred times" thoughts aside so the kids could make great memories.
Thanks for sharing and bringing back thoughts of our days gone by.... by the way, I've always been curious about the Disney family cruise and that ship is shiny-white clean and gorgeous-- not sure what I expected for a kids-oriented vessel.