We started off riding some of the kid rides like Peter Pan, Winnie the Pooh, and Snow White. I know those can get busy and we wanted to get it done before the crowd really got there. Kaity finished each one with a "That was FANTASTIC!" Next, we headed over to Mickey's Toontown where Kaity and I stood in line for the princesses and fairies. At this point, Will and John went and rode something else and bought a small monorail toy with his tooth money. Next, we stood in line for whoever was at Mickey's house (Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, etc.) Kaity had been asking to see Minnie since we told her we were going. She was excited to see Mickey, but when she realized that he was the only there, she threw a fit. All day long, she kept asking if we could go back and see if Minnie was there. We made Will get in the picture with Mickey even though he really didn't want to.
Next we headed to Tomorrowland which has a bunch of new rides. We rode the Buzz Lightyear ride which was totally awesome and definitely Will and John's favorite. Next we saw the Monsters, Inc show. It's an animated interactive comedy show. They were picking on people in the audience. About halfway through, the monster wanted to talk to the "two-headed human" - me with Kaity in my lap. I was "big head" and she was "little head". This embarrassed her greatly and she wouldn't answer any of the monster's questions. As soon as the spotlight was off us, she hopped off my lap. :-) Then, we headed over to ride Stitch's Great Escape. We love the movie Lilo and Stitch and it's a fun, light hearted movie so I thought the ride would be in the same vein. Kaity asked me if it would be scary and I said no. Boy, was I wrong. It was pretty scary especially for her since she couldn't sit in my lap. She blamed me for it the rest of the day.
We headed over to the other end of the park after lunch and rode Pirates (still one of my favorites) and stood in line for more princesses. We tried to get Will to ride Thunder Mountain with John but he wouldn't and John didn't want to go by himself. Kaity probably would have enjoyed it, but we'll save it for the next trip. After lunch, it got pretty hot and all Will was worried with was ice cream. He asked me about every 5 minutes. We finally got ice cream and sat down to watch the parade. Kaity LOVED the parade and at least she got to see Minnie. Finally, we rode the train all the way around the park and headed home.
It was a great trip and it's a good thing we only do it once every couple years. We were exhausted and got home just in time for me to have an allergic reaction to something and miss two days of work.