We had such a great family time. Six adults, four little ones, including two in strollers. I'll just give you the highlights.
Upper left picture--Mark would say this is his favorite ride at Disneyland--the park bench. Although this time he spent a lot of time watching little ones while Charlotte and Levi and the adults were on assorted rides. What a wonderful Grandpa. Upper right: The Small Small World song can get in your head and never leave, but at Christmas they decorate over the top, and then combine the song with Jingle Bells. Totally worth any song that gets stuck for awhile.
Bathroom floor tile--quilt inspiration?
Why fathers want to take their kids to the shooting gallery in Adventureland--actually it's so the father can do some shooting.
Bottom left--Cars Land at sunset; bottom right--brothers!
Strollers everywhere! You basically park your stroller and only take your most valuables--leave everything else in the stroller. When we left the park Monday night, we passed the stroller rental place. I lost my picture somehow but I asked how many strollers they have for rent. One thousand!! I asked if they ever run out and they said, yes, every Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. Take note. Because I would say the rental strollers only represent a fraction of the strollers in Disneyland at any given moment.
Attention to detail is always amazing. Cars Land carried on that tradition.The wreath and swags in the upper left picture were made out of air filters.
Character" sightings--both Disney and our own two little "characters"
Top pictures--lunch time
Probably my favorite picture. It's like he is saying, "Finally free!! I thought they were never going to let me out of that stroller!"
Well, maybe this picture is tied for my favorite. "I don't care if I finally have my own Mickey ears. I'm tired."
Because this IS a quilting blog, except for once a week when anything goes, I'll end this week with something new in my sewing room:
I found a little time to play on it too...
What's happening in your world?