Wednesday, May 15, 2013

5 Things I Learned at Disneyland

1. Momma and the toddler need a day off after two days. (Despite all my anti-meltdown strategies we had two meltdowns before we even got into the park on the third day.)

2. The Pinocchio ride is scary (thematically). We didn't go on it, but my sister and her little family did. They warned us off it.

3. Umbrellas are useful for creating your own shade. (Thanks, Mom!)

4. You only need one Fast Pass if you are going to do the Parent Swap. But if you have two Fast Passes (one each), you can do the ride two times in a row from the Fast Pass line. (It is kind of lonely to go on a roller coaster by yourself, next time we'll have to see if they let you take a partner, like a grown up brother.)

5. Toddlers and preschoolers do not need autograph books when meeting the princesses. In retrospect I think 2Flowers' interactions with them would have been more authentic if I had left the autograph book out.

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