The girls got us going bright and early over the weekend, so we hit the ground running in the mornings.
Primping in the lobby.
Riding People Movers, aka the "Robot Roller Coaster".
Sister kisses on the way to the Sunday night Halloween party!
Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is one of the best things to do down at Disney in the fall, especially for the kiddos. There is such a level of energy and excitement, and it's fun to see everyone decked out in elaborate Disney costumes. And of course it's fun to see all of the little trick-or-treaters excited to have the park all to themselves!
Steve and I skipped the costumes this year but Uncle B dressed up!
Disney dance party
Anna spotted Buzz Lightyear and insisted on waiting in line to give him a high five.
Trick or treat!
Anna's enthusiastic for her Epcot lunch. We took them through a ride called Living with the Land, that showcases the gardens and greenhouses of Epcot, and she was surprisingly really into it.
Duck-watching at the Boardwalk
The Mad Hatter's Tea Party was a popular ride this year too - they even sweet-talked me into getting on it!
Finishing our night on Barnstormer. There was nobody in line so the attendant let us ride through three or four times. The girls were thrilled!
We awkwardly walked into an Ariel meet-and-greet...we thought we were walking into the ride and then suddenly we turned the corner and there she was! We were caught off guard but hey, the girls were happy.
Anna LOVED the Winnie the Pooh ride this year. She rode this one three times in a row too!
Disney has been re-doing a lot of the queues in Fantasy Land to make them more interactive and playful. Anna was more than happy to test out the empty line at the Winnie the Pooh ride!
What better way to end the night than with the Magic Kingdom Electrical Parade?
The next morning we had to bid our farewells to the Forbes clan but we stayed for some more fun...up next, Part Three!