We grabbed a breakfast sandwich and a couple breakfast platters and grabbed a seat in the dining room. DH and I ate quickly since the kids can eat on the go in the stroller and headed out pretty fast toward the docks. The kids munched on their pancakes we had brought with us and we waited for our last ride to the MK. It was a beautiful morning and we could tell already that it was going to be warm! Luckily it was not as warm as the day before as we were soon thankful! I have to admit the ride was bitter sweet. The kids seemed to sense that we were nearing the end and DD even humored me and wore the Minnie ears that I had bought her. LOL Before we knew it we were jumping off the boat and making our way through the turnstiles for the last time this trip. Heartbreaking, I know. Although it was EMH our first stop was to get Mickey ears of course! Could they hide this place anymore? LOL We had spent the entire trip looking for Donald duck themed ears and the closest we had come was the Donald butt hat and it was just too warm. We found a pair of ears that had Mickey, Pluto, Goofy and Donald on them and DS was very happy with them. DD on the other hand had a slew of Princess ears to choose from and instead of one she wanted all of them, lol. We finally decided on a pink pair with a crown and sparkly ears that said Princess. Thank goodness we were the only ones in that side of the shop since we took forever deciding and there really isnt room for more than one family at a time to stand directly in front of that section of ears. We paid and handed them over for their names to be added and the kids were officially eared. Is that a word? Maybe in the wonderful world of Disney it is. After earning our ears we headed down a more crowded main street than our first day even though it was still EMH and the park wasnt open yet. Our last first walk toward the castle DH was going picture happy and took pictures of everything he could and more than enough of the back of me walking in front of him. I will spare you all from those photos. LOL We did manage to grab a last photo in front of the castle before heading through. Our ultimate goal was Dumbo but since it was our last morning we were taking our time and not rushing (what WERE we thinking, always Dumbo THEN take your time). We had walked right by the Sword in the Stone many times during the trip and never once noticed it! The kids didnt know the movie but it is one of my favorites. My photography teacher in high school looked exactly like Merlin when he turned into the squirrel. I am not kidding, it was eerie. LOL The kids tried their hardest to be the chosen one but alas we were defeated by the sword. By the time we made our way over to Dumbo can anyone guess what the wait time was???? 25 minutes!!! I believe we wasted a lot of time picking our ears! That was the longest we waited for ANY ride our entire trip minus Soarin. There was no way putting it off and it was likely to get worse so we jumped in line. Im not sure what we are staring at in this photo but I want to say it was a bird in the tree. The line was HOT and crowded and made the kids grumpy. Not at all sure it was worth waiting for this time. But we got our last ride on Dumbo and that was the important thing at the moment. Our plan for the day was pretty open. We knew what rides we wanted to redo and that meeting the Fairies was our goal but other than that we had no real plan. After Dumbo we headed to the always favorite Winnie the Pooh. There was no wait except for this: Thats right another pouting session. No clue what it was about, could have been anything really. Most people would be inclined to think that Disney had tired her out and that is why she was so moody, but we know better. This use to happen on a daily basis at home and now it still happens pretty frequently. She is a very emotional little girl. She also seems to think that she is in charge in the family and the two of us have been having a lively debate over that one for a couple weeks now. Next up was either Peter Pan or Small World, I dont remember Does anyone recognize this line queue, I am pretty sure it was Small World. It looks like there was a line but I am sure we didnt wait long. I believe we grabbed Peter Pan fast passes at some point. After the ride DS wanted to ride Mickeys Philharmagic (and so did I) but we were afraid that if DD and I rode it would cause us to miss rope drop at ToonTown and that was a NO NO if we wanted to see the Fairies. Instead we decided to split up and while DD and I headed to ToonTown DS and DH would watch Donald again. DH and DS entered MP and DD and I started off toward the fairies. I had taken 2 steps before I realized that DH had our only camera! Since we had decided that DD and I would walk (easier to run into the line queue without having to stop and take her out of the stroller) I picked DD up and ran back and entered MP and managed to stop DH right before they entered the loading area. Then DD and I sprinted toward ToonTown . Next up: Our first rope drop and meeting Tinkerbell!