The second day at the Magic
Kingdom was the happiest we spent at Walt Disney World. For the day, we split into two
groups, my sister's family going in there direction and the rest of us in ours. My dad who
was overly exhausted decided to stay back at the house and rest but would accompany us
later on in the day for our character meal.
Upon entering we ate breakfast at a bakeshop on Main
Street and then strolled over to look at Cinderella's castle. MsEm wanted desperately to
see Cinderella but she was no where to be found, then off we went to Fantasy Land, where
we rode Dumbo a second time and MsEm went to meet Ariel and get her autograph. It was nice
to not be rushed and we spent the morning hours riding rides and visiting Mickey's
Toontown Fair where Elizabeth road her first roller coaster. The entire 45 second ride she
screamed that she wanted OFF! I tried to take pictures but I don't know if they will turn
out. Then we we decided to leave and have lunch at Downtown Disney and shop for a few
hours before meeting up with everyone at our character meal dinner.
The day was going perfectly until we met up with my
sister's heathens and her husband. First her youngest child pooped all over himself right
before we got on the ferry that goes tot the Magic Kingdom. He's five years old and been
potty trained for over two years, and he did it when we were standing less than ten feet
from a bathroom. Her husband went to clean him off and threw his underwear in the trash
and when he asked her for his extra set of clothes she said she forgot them. Then he
complained he couldn't clean all the shit off the child. By this time, we were running
late for our character meal that we had priority seating for. On the ferry we could all
smell the child. He stuck like nasty sewer shit too. You could hardly breathe when he came
near you. At one point Jeff was even gagging, and my sister and her husband didn't seem to
care. In fact they fought on the ferry in front of everyone just like common trash. I
couldn't believe what they were doing and once we were at the Magic Kingdom you would
think it would stop but it didn't.
Once we were at our character meal we had a blast.
Elizabeth was a little intimidated by the characters however. When Chip and Dale came out
she started crying "Giant Squirrels" as they came near her and told us she was
scared. I imagine at two years old seeing two chipmunks three times your size could be a
little intimidating. We got through dinner without any bitching and complaining and then
we went to meet Mickey at Toontown Fair. We waited forty minutes to get a few brief
moments with him, but it was well worth it to see Elizabeth's face and how excited she was
to see him. She even hugged him and sat in his lap. I took at least a dozen pictures. Then
after that we just walked around and shopped, and let the older kids ride a few more
rides. After riding the roller coaster, Elizabeth was not interested in riding anymore
rides so I'm really glad we chose to do that ride last.
I'm glad that this trip is almost over. I can't wait to
get home to my own bed, my cats, and to better tasting water.
Highlights from today:
seeing Elizabeth's face light up
when she met Mickey Mouse
shopping at downtown Disney
riding Dumbo the second time and
only having to wait in line ten minutes
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