The Truth Behind a Disney Vacation

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Walt Disney World is supposed to be the most magical place on earth for kids, adults and families. If you have ever planned a vacation to one of their parks then you know the excitement you get when planning for the trip. Making dinning reservations with the characters, choosing where to stay, scheduling your park days with parades, rides and meet and greets. But most of all you are envisioning your family making memories and hopefully capturing a few with the camera.

We recently took a family vacation there with our two young boys and my sister-in-law. There were of course the highlights but there was an equal amount of well…….I’ll let the pictures tell that part of the trip.

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The Runaway Toddler

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The Scary Characters

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The Toddler Still Traumatized From Tiger

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The Freestyle Breakdancer During A Parade

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The Zoned Out, OverStimulated 4yo

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The Child Forced On Thunder Mountain Railroad

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The Toddler Who Kept Losing “Stuffy”

who is having more fun?

The Adults Having More Fun At The Dance Party Than The Kids

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The Dad Still Wearing His Mouse Ears

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The Mother Determined to Get That Perfect Family Shot

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The 4yo Over It

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The Mother Putting Him in Line With a Love Tap

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The Mother Not Giving Up

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Oh, Screw It! “Kids look at Those Ducks!”

Aww, What a wonderful Picture!

7 responses to “The Truth Behind a Disney Vacation

  1. Shani,
    I loved it!! Thanks for sharing.

    Susan

    Susan Thomas, LCSW-R, FT
    Bereavement Coordinator
    Center for HOPE
    Steven and Alexandra Cohen
    Children’s Medical Center of New York
    1981 Marcus Ave, Suite C125
    Lake Success, NY 11042
    516-216-5194

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