We got to Magic Kingdom very early so I took the liberty of taking some scenery shots without the interference of too many visitors. It's still just as magical! It's cheesy, I know, but there's no other way to describe it. Such a neat place! And such a different experience as a parent. Better, for sure. It brings you so much joy to see their face as they experience it for themselves. Very special.
Colin was able to do a lot more than I thought he would. The food selection, on the other hand, was not so great for a kid with food allergies. We will have to keep this in mind for our next trip. Nevertheless, we enjoyed ourselves! The middle of May is a great time to go- there was very little waiting time. We went from ride to ride to ride...
Of course, we went on It's a Small World. No trip to Disney would be complete without it!
Waiting for Dadda outside of the Swiss Family Treehouse...
I'm not 100% sure about this one but judging from the look on Little Man's face, I'm pretty certain this was the Pirates of the Caribbean. It was the only ride that freaked him out just a bit. Actually, he got scared winding down the long path to the ride. It was very dark and the music is, admittedly, a little creepy. After one ride, however, he was fine. We even rode it again later on our trip without any hesitations.
Magic Kingdom Check-List:
It's a Small World
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin (Colin's favorite at MK)
Peter Pan's Flight
Pirates of the Caribbean
Swiss Family Treehouse
The Haunted Mansion
The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Done. Done. And Done. Fast Passes make anything possible! Stayed tuned for our Day Two of Disney adventures...