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Old 06-15-2014, 10:56 PM   #11
Join Date: Aug 2011
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Originally Posted by mikaza View Post
And yes, when I'm paying upwards of $5-10k to take my family on vacation--I have no problem shelling out $5-$7 bucks so my child can experience the excitement of walking into a bakery, smelling that intoxicating aroma, and picking whatever her little heart desires out of a bakery case!
^^^This. We eat a very specific diet when not at WDW. Gluten free, dairy free, no artificial food dyes, flavors, sweeteners, and on and on. We (obviously) relax those standards while on vacation, but eating gluten/dairy free isn't an option for my son, it's a necessity.

Also, we don't do processed foods, so no sugar. We use local raw honey as our sweetener. As a general rule, we don't really eat cookies, cakes, doughnuts, etc at home.

So….when we visit WDW every year, my son absolutely LOVES being able to walk into Babycakes and pick out whatever.he.wants. I'll shell out whatever I have to to finally--FINALLY--not have to tell him no baby, I'm sorry but you can't have that.

I do so hope they continue to offer their products, or open at another location. We survived Disney before Babycakes, and we'll survive it again without. But, for us, Disney is better with .

Always dreaming about our yearly September trip .
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