The first morning waking up in our hotel room....we had two happy girls! They were so eager to get the day started considering the night before, we were sitting pool side watching Brave on a big screen and they were up past their bed time. Addisan continually said to us the sweetest things to show her appreciation of this trip. She is wise beyond her years.
The first morning there, we were allowed to enter the park before the general public. My parents had given us breakfast at Cinderella's Castle for our Christmas gift. This was better than anything they could have unwrapped and put on their shelves. This memory was priceless!
It was so quiet when we entered the park. It was so nice just to take it all in with the girls and not have to fight our way through lines.
We walked around a little bit before going to the castle. They were so nice there at the castle and were able to seat us before our reservation.
When we entered the castle, we got our pictures taken with Cinderella. I did not know this was part of the breakfast package. We were quite pleased! The girls were sooooo in heaven.
The little details around the castle really made you feel like you were back in time.
When we were seated, they gave each of the girls a wand. Throughout our meal, they would have some magical words and the kids were to wave their wands around in the air. It was precious!
They even gave the girls wishing stars.
Throughout the meal, the princesses would come and meet the girls. These actresses truly took on the characters from their mannerisms to their appearances.
The food was pretty good too! Disney never let's you down.
This was one of my favorite memories as a mother so far. Going to Disney World as a child was fun, but as a parent, it is truly magical to see the world through your daughters' eyes.