We came home yesterday from our amazing trip to Disney. Worn out is an understatement. Flat worn out is more like it. Of course nothing is better than coming home and catching up on lots of laundry and getting unpacked. I'm always an over achiever when it comes to unpacking after a trip. It's a must to have it all unpacked by the next day and feel like I'm back to normal. Totally did not happen today. I'm happy to report a little laundry has been started and folded. It sits in the living room now.
Our trip was awesome. I'm grateful to Stampin' Up! on many levels. They go over the top with every event and make their incentive trips just amazing. Being that this trip was Disney they must have known there would be lots of kids joining the fun. I thought they did a great job including the kids every day in fun prizes in the Hospitality Room. My kids felt special every day. That made my heart sing.
I thought I would share a few of my favorite pics from our trip. I took just a
few thousand. I hope you can bare with me.
I love this picture of Brandon. He was actually a little sad because Alexis was going on the Tower of Terror and there was no way he was doing it.
This is what she looked like after riding the Tower of Terror. She LOVED it.
Shopping made him happy.
We had a great time at Hollywood Studios. Great park.
I loved this photo of Brandon and Russ. Made my heart happy.
These street comedians were hilarious. I laughed so hard and the kids enjoyed it because they were able to become a part of the act. It was so cool.
Here again they were asked to be a part of another street act. This one cracked me up. They both really showed their personalities.
They showed their personalities so well they earned their Golden Globe award.
Ahhhh… Now let me show you pics that really made my heart pitter patter. What is it about a pirate? Seriously?
Okay, so he's not Johnny, but he sure did look hot.
This is the kids FAVORITE character. They LOVED seeing him.
This is one happy kid. He does not like roller coasters but he did ride Space Mountain. Blew my mind. The best part, he loved it.
She is one happy girl.
Visiting Harry Potter World was a complete surprise for my kiddo's. Their cheeks hurt from smiling. It was such a GREAT day.
The kids were part of the Ollivanders Wand Experience. Truly the highlight of my day. I could of done without the $36 wands… but they were "special" wands.
Stampin' Up! had an amazing final night. We were on the set of Indian Jones Stunt Show and they did a special show for us. Then they opened up the set and behind all the props was an amazing dinner set up. It was unbelievable. They also had photo booths set up for us to take part in that were hilarious. Russ and I decided to create our own.
Dinner was spectacular. I ate like a piggy.
We also were able to have Mickey and Minnie all to ourselves for pictures. I was so excited.
Our last day we spent at Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom. Two parks in one day is a little crazy. We were able to catch one of the parades and the kids were able to dance in the street. Their only request was that we didn't join them. Huh?
I love Animal Kingdom but I swear this park is 10x hotter than the others. I melted a few times this day. My kids are huge animal lovers so they loved seeing all the animals.
This tree always amazes me. We sat for a LONG time counting all the animals.
Overall, the trip was fantastic. The kids had a blast but I think they were a little overwhelmed at times. I think you need a good two weeks to take in everything at all the Disney Parks. There is so much to see and do at each park. The one thing I love about Disney is how kind the park employees are. They are ALWAYS friendly and there to make the experience the best ever. Just like Stampin' Up!
Well, this wraps up our trip in a nutshell. SUPER DUPER. Thanks for reliving the experience with me.