Disney Decade Delineation Delights
My Mob’s Bigger than Your Mob
It’s time to recount another magical trip to the wonderful environs of Walt Disney World.
This trip was chosen to celebrate Grandma’s seventieth birthday!
Thanks to New Jersey school scheduling, we also got to celebrate my wife’s milestone birthday, plus it was only a week after our Anniversary.
But really, it’s not like Disney needs extra reasons to celebrate.
The index of trip days is below, following the planning index, of course.
While I obsess more than…
Well, almost everyone I know…
The entire family gets involved in it as soon as they know we’re going, and often before.
Before the list of links, here’s Jeff’s parenting lesson of the day.
I’ve heard far too many parents of my daughter’s friends and people at work (including those who could afford to go far more often than we could) say:
“Oh, we’ve never gone to Disney, the kids don’t care about it, they never asked to go.”
Kids do not “ask to go” to Disney World. Frankly the levels of awesome happiness are far beyond what can be imagined with no frame of reference.
Kids “ASK TO GO BACK” to Disney World, as soon as they have experienced it.
Even when too young to fully remember it, the impressions last a lifetime and create the draw.
That first trip is your responsibility parents…stop shirking your duties.
Disney 2016 Planning Index
Disney World Birthday Celebrations 2016
Day 1 - Off Kilter to Neverland
Day 2 - It’s a Big Bombed World (Showcase)
Day 3 - All Plans and Our Schedules Laid Bare, We’re Prepared
Day 4 - Tale as Old as a Long Time Ago, Beauty and the BB-8
Day 5 - One Little Spark, of Minion-speration
Day 6 - it’s a world of crowds tens of thousands strong; it’s a world we stayed in for crazy long
Day 7 - Amer-ica: Naps with Peaceful Dreams
Day 8 - Though Our Lack of Sleep’s Appalling, Extra Magic Hours Calling, To Get Back to the Park We Have a Dream
Day 9 - Chim Chiminey, Chim Chiminey, Chim Chim Cher-ee! We Had Breakfast with a Guy Who’s Cra-zee!Day 10 - We Close Our Eyes and Then Try to Hide, From the Sad and Trip Ending Airplane Ride