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Old 02-15-2013, 02:21 PM   #16
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A few more Pre-Souvenirs (11 Day Until We Leave!!)

So for Valentine's Day yesterday we switched babysitting with my brother and SIL, and since DH didn't work, we went out at lunch time. And after we ate and did some other planned shopping, he sweetly took me to the outlet mall where the Disney Outlet is so we could use my 25% off coupon. =D
He also had a coupon for the Croc store there and got some Crocs for our trip. He hasn't had them before, but is liking them so far. I also ended up getting some Croc flip flops, after reading such good things about them. I got them at the outlet for like $15 after the discount, so even if they don't work out, it's not a huge deal. DH also convinced me to buy a jacket for myself (again, under $20!) and we got California Adventure mouse ears for the kiddos for under $18 (for all 3) and a Jake & the Neverland Pirates plushie that was on clearance for DS (to go with the girls' plushie princesses). I was almost giddy with excitement.




It is close enough (and it doesn't hurt that we got our tax return) that DH is letting himself get excited about the trip finally (he really does love Disneyland, it's just so expensive!) and we have been discussing more of the little details.
It's coming up sooner than I think. Several things left to do! Walked to the library today (2 miles round trip) with the girls and DD1 (5 years) was an excellent little walker and didn't complain once. (We've been prepping them for over a year that they have to be good walkers if they want to go...)
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Flashback: The Mid-90's Awkwardness

We're really going to keep the pictures to a minimum here because... well, you're welcome. We went pretty regularly, which was really fun. A lot of that probably had to do with everyone getting older and taller, which meant each trip was truly a family vacation. Also, right around there my parents purchased a time share in Sedona and they alternated summers in Hawaii and in San Clemente, CA for a few years before they sold it. (We, the kids, weren't invited on the Hawaii trips!) It was a fun time, though, and we enjoyed our trips very much!

In 1993 my little sister was finally tall enough to come. She enjoyed running to Space Mountain at rope drop and riding it first thing (when she was 4 1/2) as much as my brother had (it terrified her...). She recovered, though, and still likes Disneyland. We also went to Knott's Berry Farm that trip. Probably fun on its own, but it's hard when you're comparing it to Disney. This was also the first year Mickey's Toontown was open. It was a big hit with us kids, but we didn't get to visit it much in the next few years as my dad didn't like it due to the lack of trees (therefore shady benches to rest on while we ran around).



In 1995 my last (at the time) little brother finally got to come to Disneyland. (We also went to Sea World) We had a blast, but I don't know if there are a lot of specific memories from this trip. Thankfully we have some video of it, too, because it's fun to see the excitement, especially in my youngest two siblings.
Here are my brothers, waiting for the park to open!


And a few from our 1997 trip (when I was 14):

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The cat's out of the bag! We told them about our trip (we leave in 8 days) today. They're a little young to understand how really cool this is, but they're definitely excited!! (As are we)


(someone didn't get the message that this was a goofy faces picture, apparently...)
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Old 02-19-2013, 04:40 PM   #19
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Less than a week! (And our personalized family shirts)

We made a countdown chain yesterday morning. I bought even more snacks. DD1 was bouncing with excitement (at bedtime) yesterday just thinking about it. I can't believe we're finally doing this! Praying for no sickness and decent weather!

Also, we finally decided what to do with our neon shirts, and I have to say, I like how they turned out.

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We made a countdown chain yesterday morning. I bought even more snacks. DD1 was bouncing with excitement (at bedtime) yesterday just thinking about it. I can't believe we're finally doing this! Praying for no sickness and decent weather!

Also, we finally decided what to do with our neon shirts, and I have to say, I like how they turned out.

I really like those shirts. Im guessing custom made? Can't wait to see more. BTW, have you decided on a hotel yet?
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Love love love the t shirts!
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I really like those shirts. Im guessing custom made? Can't wait to see more. BTW, have you decided on a hotel yet?
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Thanks! Custom made by me, I guess. I just printed out mickey heads on cardstock, (different sizes for adults and kids) cut them out, and used a sponge brush to put fabric paint around the outside. They turned out neater than (though not as perfect, technique-wise as) I hoped!

We are staying at the Anaheim Plaza Hotel & Suites, in their "deluxe" (read: actually upgraded in the last 10 years) queen room. I read that their rooms are big, (nice, since the 2-year-old will be on a pallet on the floor) their pool is nice (always nice to have the option), and the walk is do-able. They've been very nice and accomodating the three times we've called with questions (and to upgrade to the "deluxe" room) so far...
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Flashback: Dreaming Every Year

(We leave for California in like 2.5 days. I am so very, very excited! )

In other news, Photobucket is giving me fits whenever I want to edit anything. (Which is why it's been a little bit since I posted) Is anyone else having problems??

There were several years there where I got to enjoy Disney magic every single year. 1997 - 2001 was awesome!

In 1998 I qualified to go to a national competition for FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America). Normally all the fundraising involved to be able to afford nationals wouldn't have excited me, but that year it was being held at WDW. Um, yes, please! To make it even more exciting, one of my best friends also qualified, so we fund-raised and vacationer...er, competed together!

We only had 1 full day and two 1/2 - 3/4 days that we could spend in the parks (before and in between events) so we finally decided to spend a full day at MK and half a day in Epcot and AK (which was pretty new). We had a great time in MK, but I struggled with this new (large) land that was so close to the map of DL that I carried in my head, but different enough that I kept getting us lost or hitting dead ends. Very disorienting and frustrating! I really enjoyed the Skyway to Tomorrowland, which hadn't been in DL for some time already, and I loved getting to hang out with just my friend and I for several hours that evening. For a 15-year-old that had never done the park sans parents, making decisions about what WE wanted to do was awesome!
We enjoyed AK, though we got soaked in a full-hour downpour at one point. We really had to rush through Epcot, as we just didn't have time to fully experience it. By the time we got to the world showcase, we had just enough time to walk through and take a picture in each land. (Which have our 90's bangs beautifully plastered to our foreheads, because it was 4th of July weekend and HOT and HUMID.) Sadly, though it was the 4th, that year they were under a fire watch and had absolutely NO fireworks. Really?

In 1999 it was time for my family to make our normal trip, and everyone was tall enough to ride everything this time! (Except my 14-month-old baby brother, who was left home with relatives. He was our surprise "caboose...)
My strongest memory from this trip was looking through lots of the little shops on Main Street. You know, the kind my parents didn't want to get within 50 feet of when we were all young, with the pretty breakables and expensive art. So amazing and fun! Also, one of my other best friends (also my cousin) and her family happened to be there at the same time, so we hung out with them for a few hours one day, and that was a blast!



In 2000 I was graduating from high school, and my school was small enough (graduating class of 42!) that we still do "senior trips" during spring break. The whole trip was a blast, but strangely enough Disneyland was the least fun day (we also spent a day at Universal and part of a day at Six Flags). Mostly because we had one friend who had a lot of problems and was in a wheelchair, and got really stressed not being able to get herself up out of Space Mountain, and refused to ride anything else, and we didn't want to leave her, but really wanted to have fun, and...add some HS drama, etc.) So that wasn't the best trip either, but I survived, cause like I said, we had an overall great time. (About 25 of us went, plus some chaperones)



In 2001 California Adventure (which we had been watching at all its stages of development for years was finally open! My parents went first in May (to "check it out") and then took us back in June. (That was the year they decided to get an annual pass, and snuck two other little trips in here and there!) I know a lot of people weren't that impressed with it when it first opened, but we've loved it from the beginning! Soarin', obviously, was our favorite, but we were pretty impressed with Screamin' too. That is still one of my mom's very favorite rides! I really liked the Paradise Pier area, with all of it's atmosphere and beautiful lights. I think we rode almost every ride (not all of "A Bug's Life" land, but everything else.) Pretty awesome.


Sadly, 2002 did not involve Disneyland. I -did- meet my future husband that year though, and I also moved away from home for the first time (to transfer to a University after I got my A.A.) so we'll still call it good.
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This is so fun! You have some awesome Disney memories and great pics too!!! Also you are going so soon! Can't wait to hear about your trip.
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This is so fun! You have some awesome Disney memories and great pics too!!! Also you are going so soon! Can't wait to hear about your trip.
Thanks! I clicked on the Disney blog in your link and was laughing a lot last night...
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Flashback: Disney as "an Adult"

When I was home from college for a summer break between my Junior and Senior years, I spent my 21st birthday at Disneyland with my family. It was the end of July, and HOT and CROWDED (we had usually gone in May-ish, even if we had to take a week off school). But we still had a good time, as usual. This trip was a little different because my littlest brother (15 years younger than me) was finally tall enough to go on the "big" rides (everything but IJ and Screamin') so this was his first trip (he was 5). Remember, our family never took kids to Disneyland until they were tall enough to do the rides commando-style... It was so fun getting to see him experience and enjoy everything! I took so many pictures of him (and this was before digital cameras finally had high enough quality that I was willing to switch)! I -think- we even waited a while for a halfway decent Fantasmic! spot, which we hadn't done in like 10 years! (My dad's not into waiting for shows, or the pressing crowds that accompany them) My friends' family (they are twins, the ones in the "senior trip" picture with me above) was there at the same time, but one of them (the one I went to WDW with) met up with me one of the days so I would go on Screamin' and the Maliboomer with her. NO one else in her family would go on a single mountain! I had a hard time figuring out why people would pay so much to not go on the very best rides! I have discovered many different perspectives on these boards since...
We also hung out with the rest of her family and did some of the Fantasyland rides, which I hadn't done (other than PP and the Carousel) in a long time. I went on the Storybook Canal with them, which I hadn't been on since my first visit when I was 3! It was definitely a memorable trip, but we enjoyed the heat more when we hit the beaches for a few days after our 3 days in DLR.

Me with all my younger siblings (and my parents, most not visible in the back)

My darling little brother (who is now 6 inches taller than me, and just turned 15!)
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Flashback: Most Memorable Trip

Im hoping the trip were leaving in in less than 48 hours will take over this title, but up until now, this one was definitely it.


DH and I got engaged in February of 2005 (planning the wedding for May of 2005) and my family was already planning a DLR trip during spring break in March of that year, so there really wasnt much to do except invite him along. Darn.

Except his family hadnt been for a long time (Prior to this, DH had been twice as a child and once on a choir trip in high school) and they decided to join in on the fun and come too. Slightly stressful in some ways, but definitely entertaining and with lots of memories and TONS of pictures (thank you digital!).
So there were 7 in my family: Dad, Mom, me (22), Brother1(18), Sister(16), Brother2(14) and Brother3 (7)


and 4 in DHs: Dad2, Mom2, DH (21), and Sister (17).


We stayed in the same hotel (Desert Inn & Suites), but DH stayed with our family, because his family stressed him ever-so-slightly, and with a big 2-room suite, we had more room. (No, we wouldnt have gotten our own room  were very religious, and the wedding was still several months away!)
DH had a great time because both dads insisted on giving him money for food every day, plus my dad was paying for his ticket and stuff, since we invited him, so he actually ended up making money on this trip& Ah, the good old days, right?
We had a blast playing all over the parks, with all different family members, and especially enjoyed ToT, which was new even to me. CA was completely new to DH, since he hadnt been since mid-high-school, so that was a lot of fun. We especially enjoyed Grizzy River Rapids this time, since the days were pretty warm, but the crowds weren't bad.



In general it was just fabulous, despite little bits of scheduling stress trying to decide what different people wanted to do and who we were going to be with at any given point. I think it was fun for DH's family to go with so many other people - my siblings were all at a pretty fun age and we all hung out a lot. (Except Brother1 - his class was actually there on THEIR Senior trip for school, and though he didn't technically pay for and go on the whole trip, he got to hang out with them for the whole first day or two. Random rememberance.)

Another fun point was that we hadnt sent out announcements yet and got to take some engagement pictures at DLR. I still love them, as well as all the other pictures we took on that trip! Pictures and video really do make a difference in how well the memories are preserved!





(Only the first one is an engagement photo )
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Flashback: Girl's Trip!

2005 was a great year. I got to go to Disneyland with my sweetheart (AND my family). I went to my college graduation. I got a job. I got married. got to go to Sea World on a last minute summer late-honeymoon-type trip. And I got to go to DLR AGAIN with 2 of my best friends in November!

In early November I took a long weekend and met up with 3 of my wonderful college roommates at one of their Grandpa's beach house. We ate our weight in Chinese food, lazed at the beach (though not in the water), and sampled some amazing Italian food complete with decadent chocolate desserts. And then the fun began!

One friend had to go back to work, but I convinced the other two to come to Disneyland with me for a day! One was from northern California and had never been, and the other lived in Brea most of her life, but hadn't been since she was quite little. "It's just too expensive!" So I, the out-of-stater, played tour guide for the day and made them have a little fun! It was a beautiful off-season day, the Christmas decor was just beginning to go up, and we had almost no lines! It was fabulous! It was a shorter day, hours-wise, but by 6 PM we had done everything we wanted to and decided to head out of the park for dinner. It was a fun time, and I'm glad I was able to show that that Disneyland could be far more fun than they thought!







It was fun to see the holiday overlay for the Haunted Mansion. It's not my favorite ride (I'm not a fan of ghosts) and I enjoyed it so much more with all the bright cartoony stuff everywhere... ;-)


The coolest part of the trip for me happened when we rode King Arthur's Carousel I was in love I was with the golden horse (for the 50th anniversary) and had already taken a picture with the photo op one. There were like 15-20 kids in front of us in line, and I was sure one of them would pick the beautiful golden one before I could get to it, but no one did! (And I didn't run and jump in front of any small children trying to get to it either, I promise!) I was on Cloud 9. So very excited! Magic is everywhere...

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Day 1: Travel (We are on our Disney vacation! I almost can't believe it!)

We live about 6 hours from Anaheim. Our trip today should have taken 7, tops, with three small children. Instead we left our house at 10:20 AM and didn't get to La Habra (Where we're staying the next two days) until 8 hours later. Even this wasn't a huge deal after we drove 40 hours (who the same 3 even smaller children) last July as we moved almost coast to coast. But it was a bit annoying and tiring, especially since we're all a bit sleep-deprived... (The kids because my attempt to acclimate them ti later bedtime/wake time the last few days backfired: they've been going to bed later and waking at the same time... The adults because DH had to work until midnight last night which means neither of us got to bed until 1-ish, but the kids were ul at 630 or 7...)

We remembered something important 15 minutes into our trip and had to turn around for it, then we got stuck in a horrendous traffic jam where they had closed a freeway, (the 60?) presumably because of an accident, and left all the cars to decide for themselves how to best exit. That last problem cost us a good hour. DH was not a happy camper, but I found my spirits stayed pretty high anyway, because we only had one day of the driving (instead of 5, like this summer) and we were still on our way to Disneyland!

Staying with a dear college roommate tonight and get to hang out with her and another one tomorrow (same ones from my last post) before hitting the Park Wednesday morning. So excited!

But what is up with the forecast saying a high of 87 on Friday? I am going to melt into a puddle and not look cute in my pictures with my kiddos! This is a serious problem, people!.
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87•? Pretty warm, first trip with my baby girl was a bit miserable mid day, but only because it was 85• plus high humidity. Maybe mid day take a dip in the pool. Have fun Wednesday! Btw, what state are you driving from?
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