Laura gobbled up a hotdog before going on Splash Mountain. She watched as people were screaming down the flume and I told her it was really scary but she still wanted to go.
Here we are ready to go on the ride. She doesn't look too confident.
The ride started off pretty fun with all these animatronic squirrels, rabbits and bears, then it got dark and creepy and that's when Laura started crying and weeping out loud and begging me to get off. This is the photo of us on the ride. We are all the way in the back and Laura is huddled under the seat behind that guy's left arm. After the ride, she was completely fine and kept telling me how scary the ride was. After that, any ride that I told her was a little scary she didn't want any part of. See, I'm such a good mom.
Here is Laura riding the Dumbo ride with total strangers because her mom can't do any rides that spin. I did this the whole day asking random strangers to take my child on the ride with them.
We went to Ariel's grotto.
We waited 45 minutes for this. Ugh. I hope she remembers this.
Ariel was very nice and spent a good amount of time with her. Laura was shy. She did get her autograph.
Then we went to Mini Mouse's house.
Then we spent another 30 minutes waiting to meet the other princesses.
And Belle. She was the nicest and spent the most time with her. Don't they look like mannequins?
I think she ate about 4 of these during her trip.
Then we went on the racetrack. Laura drove while I pushed the pedal. After we got off, we went on it for a second time because she liked it so much.
Magic Kingdom parade. Eh.
Maybe she was praying for some more of those ice pops.
It was very cold so I bought this sweatshirt for myself. Laura wore it all night and managed to spill almost every piece of food that she could find on it making it utterly unwearable.
We went to Boma (African restaurant) for dinner at Animal Kingdom lodge and then crashed.