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Old 06-05-2009, 03:51 PM   #31
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I think this is the one time in my life I will be happy to have kids who are up at the crack of dawn daily! I think we'll be able to make rope drop most mornings, and I'm planning that DHS rope drop is a must, so we can do TSMM without a carzy wait! I'm still not sure on dinner there yet; I better just make a decision and live with it!
Yeah, that's the toughest one to plan for dining too. We're trying Brown Derby for the first time for lunch, but for dinner we're heading out of the park and over to the Boardwalk.

I think I've decided that we're not going to rush. If we use FP and still don't hit everything on our list, oh well. There's always next time. Other than TSMM we've seen/done everything there at least once already, and looking over the handful of things on my list of must-dos, it hardly seems worth the headache of trying to get my crew up early!
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Okay, enough of my stash pictures! What have you all bought? Do you have a Disney crate, suitcase, or tub?
I'm worse than a shopper... I'm a crafter! Everything is packed at the moment or I'd snap some pics to share, but I've either started or bought supplies for several outfits for my girls, a custom autograph book/scrapbook for them to share, and stroller, luggage, camera bag & backpack tags to showcase my LGMHs. I can't wait to get settled into our new house so I can get back to using sewing and scrapping as an outlet for my trip planning obsession!
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Yeah, that's the toughest one to plan for dining too. We're trying Brown Derby for the first time for lunch, but for dinner we're heading out of the park and over to the Boardwalk.

I think I've decided that we're not going to rush. If we use FP and still don't hit everything on our list, oh well. There's always next time. Other than TSMM we've seen/done everything there at least once already, and looking over the handful of things on my list of must-dos, it hardly seems worth the headache of trying to get my crew up early!
I think that's a great attitude to have if your gang is not early risers by nature! If you're planning to be there all day, surely you can get a FP for TSM and hit all the other stuff you want. Making a list of must-dos for there is actually my homework for this weekend, so I can try to guess whether we'll be ready to leave by 6, to plan a time for dinner.

Where are you eating on the Boardwalk? I finally thought we had it decided on Cape May Clambake for dinner, and then I started second-guessing Mama Melrose for lunch entirely for convenience' sake. But my DH, who has had zero opinions on anything thus far, said last night CMC sounded good to him, so I guess we'll stick with that if we can get a good time. Hopefully they'll still have crab legs then-I can eat my weight in those

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Oh, please, please, please post pics when you are settled!! I'm a crafter too (well, scrapbooker), and I am planning on making autograph books, so I would LOVE to see what you did. And the tags sound great, I never even thought of that. The clothes, though, I will not be making any of those! For one thing there aren't cutesy designs for boys like those pillowcase dresses, etc. But more important, that's way too hard for me! I admire anyone with sewing ability-my mom is awesome, but the gene did not pass down to me! I want to make some transfers for t-shirts, but that's as far as it goes for me
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I think that's a great attitude to have if your gang is not early risers by nature! If you're planning to be there all day, surely you can get a FP for TSM and hit all the other stuff you want. Making a list of must-dos for there is actually my homework for this weekend, so I can try to guess whether we'll be ready to leave by 6, to plan a time for dinner.

Where are you eating on the Boardwalk? I finally thought we had it decided on Cape May Clambake for dinner, and then I started second-guessing Mama Melrose for lunch entirely for convenience' sake. But my DH, who has had zero opinions on anything thus far, said last night CMC sounded good to him, so I guess we'll stick with that if we can get a good time. Hopefully they'll still have crab legs then-I can eat my weight in those
We keep a running list of must-dos and not-agains from trip to trip that I save to my spreadsheet for that vacation, so it doesn't take but a minute to go over what impressed us, what disappointed us, and what we didn't get to try. I make notes on our impressions of our dining experiences too, for the same reason. I don't know that I really need them any more, but I started this system before we became every-year visitors and my memory needed a little jog when there were 2 years between trips!

On our DHS day, we're going to try Flying Fish for the first time. We've eaten at ESPN Club on the Boardwalk and Yachtsman at the Yacht Club in the past, and we're all about trying new things this trip, especially when it comes to the signature restaurants. We're also going to try to fit in a dinner at Kouzzina and a round of miniature golf on a non-park/waterpark day.

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Oh, please, please, please post pics when you are settled!! I'm a crafter too (well, scrapbooker), and I am planning on making autograph books, so I would LOVE to see what you did. And the tags sound great, I never even thought of that. The clothes, though, I will not be making any of those! For one thing there aren't cutesy designs for boys like those pillowcase dresses, etc. But more important, that's way too hard for me! I admire anyone with sewing ability-my mom is awesome, but the gene did not pass down to me! I want to make some transfers for t-shirts, but that's as far as it goes for me
I will definitely post pics. I did my first autograph book for DD's birthday trip in 2007 and it was really cute but didn't hold up well (it was fine for the trip, but not as a much-loved and often dragged out scrapbook for a 6yo), so I'm working on some new ideas this time.

I started pretty simple with the tags - I used to make a backing to slide into the luggage tags Disney sends, so one side would be Disney's castle design and the reverse would be a LGMH, but the problem with that is if they flip the wrong way, no one can see the Alien Green Mickey. So I'm working on doing those a little differently this time too.

As far as clothes go, I didn't have any interest in learning to sew until I had daughters. My oldest is a boy, and I totally hear you on the lack of cute easy patterns! Now, though, with a DD7 and a DD10mo, I sew because my older daughter wants matching outfits and it is very hard to find store bought outfits that come in both their sizes. I keep the sewing pretty simple - twirl skirts, adding embellishment to jeans, and easy dresses/jumpers. Where I like to get fancy is with painting decorations on shirts, jeans, hats, shoes, etc. I've always enjoyed drawing and painting, and started painting clothes when I was a teenager with infant/toddler cousins that I could dress up. It is a skill that has served my Disney obsession well.

At the new house, I'm going to have a dedicated crafting space for the first time, and that'll probably be my next obsession after the ADRs are set - perfect outfits for all 3 kids for every day of the trip, and of course, Halloween costumes for MNSSHP.
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Hi Jana!! Just wanted to say "hi" and that I'm enjoying your PTR!! We ate dinner at O'hana on our trip and it was my FAVORITE dinner of all of them! The food was sooo good and the dessert was TDF! They bring you as much as you want--it's incredible! They also have coconut races for the kids which Ally really enjoyed. Crystal Palace was a close 2nd. The buffet is incredible!! The characters are a lot of fun and the building is just beautiful! Our table overlooked the castle!

So you live in Indianapolis? We were up there last summer with my dh. He is always up in Indiana for work. His company's headquarters is in Columbus, IN. We spent a lot of time in Greenwood while we were there and went to downtown Indy one day. It seems like a really nice area!!
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I will definitely post pics. I did my first autograph book for DD's birthday trip in 2007 and it was really cute but didn't hold up well (it was fine for the trip, but not as a much-loved and often dragged out scrapbook for a 6yo), so I'm working on some new ideas this time.

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At the new house, I'm going to have a dedicated crafting space for the first time, and that'll probably be my next obsession after the ADRs are set - perfect outfits for all 3 kids for every day of the trip, and of course, Halloween costumes for MNSSHP.
I have been debating how to do our autograph books. With such young kids, I know I don't want anything too nice being dragged around the parks. I've been thinking I would just print some of the cute pages from the DISigns board, and put them on a clipboard to take with us? And then put them in an 8x8 scrapbook album, and do one on each page with a picture of them with the character on the facing page, which I will decorate? I'm not sure. Any advice is welcome!!! And I do worry that they will be too well-loved to last long!

In our house I have a dedicated scrapbook room in our 4th bedroom. It is the best thing I have ever done for myself!! It's MY room-I painted it a really bright sour apple green that makes me happy everytime I open the door, and it's my space that everyone else leaves alone...mostly. Plus I can be messy and then just shut the door. We are planning to have baby #3 next year, and Chad keeps talking about how that will be the baby's room. Is it wrong that I am planning on making my boys share a room so I can keep it?
Enjoy your new space, you will love it!!! How soon are you moving?
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Hi Jana!! Just wanted to say "hi" and that I'm enjoying your PTR!! We ate dinner at O'hana on our trip and it was my FAVORITE dinner of all of them! The food was sooo good and the dessert was TDF! They bring you as much as you want--it's incredible! They also have coconut races for the kids which Ally really enjoyed. Crystal Palace was a close 2nd. The buffet is incredible!! The characters are a lot of fun and the building is just beautiful! Our table overlooked the castle!

So you live in Indianapolis? We were up there last summer with my dh. He is always up in Indiana for work. His company's headquarters is in Columbus, IN. We spent a lot of time in Greenwood while we were there and went to downtown Indy one day. It seems like a really nice area!!
Hi and welcome! I had a lot of fun reading your PTR, and I am happy you've started your TR. Your girls are beautiful by the way! I know, 'Ohana is my #1 place I want to eat, and pretty much the only one I am willing to move all around to get. Crystal Palace I really want to get as well, and I hope for our first night, because I think those characters would be kind of a gentle intro to characters for Cooper.

Small world, we are actually in Greenwood! We love it here. My husband grew up here, and we moved here in 2004 after he graduated from vet school. I love that it's big enough there are a lot of things going on downtown that are great for kids, and it's small enough that you can actually get to them. We grew up near Chicago, and while there is a ton to do there, getting downtown was a huge hassle. It's a nice blend here, and we LOVE the zoo and Children's Museum! Did you guys get to see those? If not you should definitely try to if you come back-your girls would love the Museum and it can easily fill a whole day. There's a nice, smaller one in Bloomington (where Indiana U. is) as well. OK, my ad for the Indianapolis Board of Tourism is over

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I have been debating how to do our autograph books. With such young kids, I know I don't want anything too nice being dragged around the parks. I've been thinking I would just print some of the cute pages from the DISigns board, and put them on a clipboard to take with us? And then put them in an 8x8 scrapbook album, and do one on each page with a picture of them with the character on the facing page, which I will decorate? I'm not sure. Any advice is welcome!!! And I do worry that they will be too well-loved to last long!

In our house I have a dedicated scrapbook room in our 4th bedroom. It is the best thing I have ever done for myself!! It's MY room-I painted it a really bright sour apple green that makes me happy everytime I open the door, and it's my space that everyone else leaves alone...mostly. Plus I can be messy and then just shut the door. We are planning to have baby #3 next year, and Chad keeps talking about how that will be the baby's room. Is it wrong that I am planning on making my boys share a room so I can keep it?
Enjoy your new space, you will love it!!! How soon are you moving?
I kept it pretty simple for DD's birthday scrapbook. Where I went wrong was that in my concern for durability in the parks, I used a foam covered scrapbook as a starting point. It was great for the trip - water resistant and looked wonderful - but in the course of being well-loved, the cover has a tendency to flex and bend, dislodging the decorations. I left the inside mostly blank, except for a couple of front pages with birthday decorations and the basics of our trip (dates, resort). Then when we got home, I added borders and embellishments around the signatures and used the facing page for a photo layout of each character meeting.

We've got 3 kids and just bought a 4 bedroom house. My girls share a room by choice, which works well since the house has 3 upstairs bedrooms and one down. The downstairs bedroom will be an office/craft room - basically space for our desks, a craft table and a whole lot of bookshelves for supplies.

As far as when we're moving, that's a rather sore subject. Our offer was accepted on this house in March and we were supposed to be moved in before my birthday trip to Disney in May. Then closing got pushed back to the week before the trip, then to the week we were supposed to be there, and now until June 18, and my birthday trip became an un-birthday/Food & Wine Festival trip. Hopefully this closing date will hold, so I can get down to the important things in life - planting my gardens and making stuff for our Disney trip!
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Hi and welcome! I had a lot of fun reading your PTR, and I am happy you've started your TR. Your girls are beautiful by the way! I know, 'Ohana is my #1 place I want to eat, and pretty much the only one I am willing to move all around to get. Crystal Palace I really want to get as well, and I hope for our first night, because I think those characters would be kind of a gentle intro to characters for Cooper.

Small world, we are actually in Greenwood! We love it here. My husband grew up here, and we moved here in 2004 after he graduated from vet school. I love that it's big enough there are a lot of things going on downtown that are great for kids, and it's small enough that you can actually get to them. We grew up near Chicago, and while there is a ton to do there, getting downtown was a huge hassle. It's a nice blend here, and we LOVE the zoo and Children's Museum! Did you guys get to see those? If not you should definitely try to if you come back-your girls would love the Museum and it can easily fill a whole day. There's a nice, smaller one in Bloomington (where Indiana U. is) as well. OK, my ad for the Indianapolis Board of Tourism is over

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No way!! I can't believe you live in Greenwood! What a small world!! Greenwood was so nice and I couldn't believe how close it was to Indy! We did not get to visit the zoo and children's museum but we did drive by them and I got pics! We were there only for a weekend.

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I kept it pretty simple for DD's birthday scrapbook. Where I went wrong was that in my concern for durability in the parks, I used a foam covered scrapbook as a starting point. It was great for the trip - water resistant and looked wonderful - but in the course of being well-loved, the cover has a tendency to flex and bend, dislodging the decorations. I left the inside mostly blank, except for a couple of front pages with birthday decorations and the basics of our trip (dates, resort). Then when we got home, I added borders and embellishments around the signatures and used the facing page for a photo layout of each character meeting.

We've got 3 kids and just bought a 4 bedroom house. My girls share a room by choice, which works well since the house has 3 upstairs bedrooms and one down. The downstairs bedroom will be an office/craft room - basically space for our desks, a craft table and a whole lot of bookshelves for supplies.

As far as when we're moving, that's a rather sore subject. Our offer was accepted on this house in March and we were supposed to be moved in before my birthday trip to Disney in May. Then closing got pushed back to the week before the trip, then to the week we were supposed to be there, and now until June 18, and my birthday trip became an un-birthday/Food & Wine Festival trip. Hopefully this closing date will hold, so I can get down to the important things in life - planting my gardens and making stuff for our Disney trip!
I'm glad to hear about your experience with the autograph books, it gives me some food for thought about how to do mine. At least I've got some time to think about it!

The layout of the house sounds perfect for a craft room! That'll be really nice to have it on the lower level. All of our bedrooms are upstairs, so I don't get to be in my craft room much when the boys are awake since they usually play downstairs. Plus it'd be nice to have our computer on the main floor. I think it's sweet that your ODD wants to room with her baby sister. Precious!
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No way!! I can't believe you live in Greenwood! What a small world!! Greenwood was so nice and I couldn't believe how close it was to Indy! We did not get to visit the zoo and children's museum but we did drive by them and I got pics! We were there only for a weekend.

I will definitely keep reading! I've already subscribed!!
That's so funny that you were right here! It's not like Greenwood is a real tourist destination! If you ever do come back, definitely try the museum out...does your DH come here for work often?
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That's so funny that you were right here! It's not like Greenwood is a real tourist destination! If you ever do come back, definitely try the museum out...does your DH come here for work often?
Well--to Columbus (south of Greenwood). He will actually be there next week. He flies up on Tuesdays a lot for meetings.
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OT: Griffin's 1st T-Ball Game!

Not that this has anything to do with Disney, but Griffin had his first t-ball game on Saturday, and as any proud mama must do, I'm going to post some pictures. He did so well! Last spring (2008) we tried him with soccer, and it was a disaster. It was still pretty cold out, he was tired, he kept running off the field and sitting with us...

But I think maybe he's a future all star, because he was all over this game! He did well, and actually had a blast!

So here's my little slugger!


Him with his BFF-don't they look so cute together?



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Joining in. You have a lovely family. I can relate to the story about your little boy and soccer. My oldest son was the same way with baseball....
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Hi Dana, ! Thanks for joining me, and for the compliment on my family. It's good to hear that Griffin isn't alone in taking a while to find his sport! What's funny is that my DH, Chad, has always played soccer, from the age of 3, through high school and college, and even now in an "over 30" league. His dad was a really good baseball player, but Chad was just too active for the "standing around" in baseball, so soccer was a good fit. Griffin, however, seems to like the standing around of baseball a lot more than the constant motion of soccer. He was really into it even during his time in the field, going after every play, actually paying attention! I was shocked! We'll see how this Saturday goes, maybe the first game was a fluke!
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