In case you haven't yet realized, we spent most of every day in the Magic Kingdom. :) We found out quickly that anything not having to do with princesses and/or "rides" that our princesses could go on would just not fly. They would have enjoyed anything we did, but the Magic Kingdom is where all the MAGIC is for them at this age, and being we could only really last for half a day at a time, we decided to go there every day to soak up all the...well..magic!
So on day 4, grandma and grandpa decided to go to Animal Kingdom, while we went to MK again for our last relaxing day there.
When we got to the park, we went and got Reagan's silhouette done, so now we have my favorite souvenirs ever hanging on our wall! Cutest thing ever.
We stumbled upon Chip and Dale coming right out for a meet and greet! Reilly knows them only from our books, and was so excited to meet them!
At the Princess meet and greet, we saw Cinderella, Aurora, and Rapunzel!! We got to have individual time with each one, and got professional pictures. Our real reason for going was because this was the ONLY play to see Rapunzel, who is Reilly's second favorite princess. She literally RAN to her and jumped into her arms. It was precious, and we got it on video. Such a special moment.
After that, we headed back to the hotel. Reagan and Daddy napped, and Mommy and Reilly went for a swim. After our afternoon of fun, Daddy and Mommy had a special date night by ourselves since it was our 5th wedding anniversary! We headed to Le Cellier in Canada at Epcot, and had one of the best meals of our lives.
Also! The menus LIT UP! Like actually were illuminated when you opened them. It was crazy. We had a hilarious waiter who we loved, and was actually from Canada (which I thought was amazing, but soon found out they were ALL from Canada). Since he was so cool, Hubby suggested we ask him all the questions we had since he would answer them. I was really excited, and said, "Great idea! There are SO many things I am wondering about Canadians!" Come to find out, he meant questions about Disney. Haha. So he asked what kind of training they went through, and I asked if they really do say "eh" all the time. (THEY DO! He said that Canadians say it so much it's almost embarrassing. Totally true stereotype. Awesome.)
At this meal, we had the second best Cheddar Beer soup of our lives (mine is the first..haha), the most amazing white truffle hand cut fries, with a red wine reduction, the best salmon dish I've ever eaten, and insane maple creme brulee. I sound like I'm exaggerating, but it was that good.
Day 5, we woke up early and spent 12 hours traveling. Crazy day! Over exhaustion lead to a less-than-desirable flight with our sleepy girls. Man, traveling with kiddos can be tough! But this was the only day where they showed even a little bit of tired/whining...they were such good girls the whole time! It was really like they were too excited and happy to act any other way.
Overall, our trip was amazing. The most perfect/exhausting/princess-filled magical trip for our family. We are so grateful to Grandma and Grandpa for taking us! We made memories for a lifetime.