Disneyworld, Last Day of Vacation

The last day of our trip this month included a stop inside the Magic Kingdom. Originally this was not planned, however we were expecting a terrible storm this day and thought it might be worth going since crowds were expected to be low due to the rain. 

When we first arrived, we watched the show on Mainstreet. You can see the clouds are present and the sky was dark, but no rain yet! 


We didn't even get past Mainstreet and Erick was stopping for something to eat. Pretty sure my husband is the only person who could eat THIS for breakfast! I had a few bites, it was spectacular, but not something I'd typically enjoy first thing in the morning.

Noahh scored with her breakfast. Sugar on her sugar...

They were right! Crowds were LOW. Maybe coming to the Magic Kingdom today wasn't a bad idea!



We made a stop inside the Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe. Had to get my Christmas ornaments which has now become a tradition for us. 

To our surprise, they asked Ms. Noahh if she would like to decorate the Disney Christmas tree! Only ONE child per day is allowed this special treat and Noahh was randomly chosen! How stinking cool was that?! The cast members even gave her a special Mickey ornament and certificate after she was finished. 

When we came out of the Christmas store, the sun was shining! (As you can see from Noahhs squinty eyes in this picture.)

In the fast-pass line for Haunted Mansion. Noahh calls this the "Spooky" ride and it's her favorite!

Dole Whip Floats? Yes please. 

With the sun shining we had to eat these fast! They were melting pretty quick. 

Made one drop down Splash Mountain...

You can't come to WDW and not get a Mickey pretzel! 

Haunted Mansion round two...

You guessed it, cinnamon roll time!

One roll will feed 3-4 people I swear. 

Noahh loves her "race cars"! It finally started to rain, but we were prepared! Ponchos for everyone! 

It's a Small World, for the third time... requested by Ms. Noahh herself. 

Dinnertime at the Crystal Palace was magical as usual! Check out these desserts.

Character time was fantastic. Last time we ate at this restaurant, Noahh was asleep in her stroller so she didn't get to meet these guys. This trip, she was wide awake and VERY excited to give all of her friends a big ol' squeeze. 


While dad rode Space Mountain, Noahh and I went on the Toy Story ride, she's improving her score with each time! Up to 2,000 pts. this trip, all by herself. 

Just as we were finishing our night the lightning came out. Rain started to pour and we made a mad dash to the Monorail. See you soon! 


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