Or another title for this trip report could be, "What? You Want To Ride Mater, Again? Well, let's do it!" A year ago, my husband and I, along with our daughter, son-in-law and two grandkids, took a trip to California and spent several days at Disneyland. The main reason for the trip was to see the newly opened Cars Land. I posted a trip report here (Carter Gives Cars Land Two Thumbs Up) detailing our adventures. At the end of that report, I mentioned that we were planning another trip in the spring. It was going to be a girls' trip (me, two daughters, and granddaughter) and our grandson. Well, when our older daughter found out she was expecting baby number three, and our younger daughter was offered a terrific job doing what she does best (dance, choreography), we postponed the trip. Fast forward to this year. My husband had to be in California last week for a business convention at the Universal Hilton, so I thought what a great opportunity to take our grandson to Disneyland for a few days. Our daughter and son-in-law agreed, so the plan was set in motion. We left Phoenix early on Tuesday, June 4th and returned late at night on Friday, June 7th. It was the longest that our grandson had ever been away from his mom and dad, and they said they missed him, but said they enjoyed spending one-on-one time with our granddaughter before the new baby arrives. So, while my husband attended business functions at Universal, I took our grandson down to Anaheim for two days of Disney fun. Carter starts Kindergarten in a few months, so we called this his "Summer Before Kindergarten Disneyland Trip". Carter will turn five years old in August. I plan on doing the same thing with our granddaughter and new grandbaby (and any other grands that happen to come along!) right before they start Kindergarten. Okay, back to the title of this trip report! My idea was to make this trip all about whatever Carter wanted to do and see. I thought it would be fun and interesting to follow his lead and experience the parks from his point of view and his interests. For the most part, that is exactly what we did. There were a few times here and there, that I redirected or made suggestions. He's still too young to really grasp the idea of Fastpasses and that we couldn't always get off a ride and right back on again. Long story short (too late, I know!) if you'd like to see what a four year old finds the most interesting at Disneyland, then follow along! If you're looking for a rigid, commando-style, must do everything at Disneyland trip report, this one will probably make you hyperventilate and anxious! Here we go! Gramma and Carter take on Disneyland! I will start this trip report with a couple pics of us in front of Sleeping Beauty's Castle. The rest of the pics will feature Carter, since I was the one taking all the pics. A photopass photographer took these two photos with my camera, and there are others of Carter and me on my photopass, but I haven't finished going through those yet. And, Carter is a lot cuter to look at than me!