I just got back from my Disney trip with my boyfriend and his family—his brother, his brother’s wife, and his 7-year-old niece, AB. I must admit I was a little nervous about spending so much time around a kid, because although I act like a kid and work around kidstuff all day, the actual amount of contact I have with actual children is very low.
We all got along great, though, and had a great time. I had been told how shy AB was, but she warmed up to me quickly. I attribute this to the fact I played Rock, Paper, Scissors with her for about seven hours straight, “secret” hand motions included, went down the slide with her at the Polynesian about 20 times, and allowed her to play with my iPhone.
This cake is so big and awesome I bet you can ride on it.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ANIMAL KINGDOM! YOU’RE A TEENY BOPPER!
This day in 1998, Animal Kingdom was born, weighing in at $800 million, 500 acres, two lands, 5 attractions, 9 exhibits, 12 live entertainment shows, 11 stores, and 8 food spots.
Was it really that long ago? Theme parks grow up so fast!
To celebrate, let’s look at these awesome Disney cakes! I want one—even the really creepy ones! That Snow White one is going to give me nightmares. Enjoy the slideshow…
I'm sorry, but DOES THAT LOOK APPETIZING? I mean, what is that even?
Lauren I am a little embarrassed to admit this.
One of my favorite things to do in Walt Disney World isn’t in the park, it’s not an attraction or ride, it involves nothing resembling anything Disney, and it’s not music, shopping, food, or drink.
Although, wait. I am drinking while I do it. Can you guess what it is? Continue reading