Saturday, May 23, 2015

Disney Day 3!

We spend our third day at Epcot. We had a reservation scheduled at Norway for a princess breakfast. Right when we got there and got in line, we realized we had formula for Fin, but no bottle. Somehow we had managed to leave the bottle back at the resort. Thankfully, the baby care center had some for sale and crisis was averted. Trent got back right in time for us to go inside and for Harper to meet one of her favorites, Belle:

We settled in for breakfast. Hud continues to grow up and I caught him cutting up his breakfast:

Cinderella made the rounds.  One of my friends commented that Harper Joy exuded joy and was obviously in her element. It was so, so true! She glowed:

Ariel was one of Harper and I's very favorites. I loved how sweet she was with Harper and that she took so much time with Fin as well:

We had to take a picture in front of the Anna and Elsa topiary:

After the breakfast, we wandered around the EPCOT countries:

And had a yummy treat before leaving for the day:

Hudson has the whole world in his hands:

We wandered around the aquarium, Fin was there too ;)

The magic of Disney:

Bruce's playhouse:

We took the boat to Downtown that night, to Wolfgang. I had to feed Fin on the boat though, so I was not able to get any pictures.

Disney Day 2!

We kicked off our day (Mother's Day!) at Chef Mickey! Always a favorite of ours. Harper has been a little (understatement) shy in the past at character meals. Especially Chef Mickey:

Well, sister turned it around this trip!  Here she is chatting Goofy up:

Fin was hanging out in her seat:

Harper wanted bubba in between her and Donald:

But, she was LOVING Minnie:

Pictures now go out of order...after CM we headed to Hollywood Studios. Why does he look SO big??

Quite the stair step:

Harper and I in line to meet Sophia...however, the bigger head characters still scare her. Maybe next time:

Back to Chef Mickey:

We tried to meet Baymax. This was the only thing we didn't get to do that we really wanted to do. The line was actually not that bad, but the kids (who are a tad spoiled by no lines) did not want to wait. Later in the week, the line was really too long, so we never met him:

Earlier that morning, getting ready for Chef Mickey!

Toy Story ride!

Finally tall enough for Rock and Roller Coaster! And he loved it!!!

This is a view of the pool and our resort at night: