The show for the evening was Disney’s Believe. It was a really good show and Crap even thought it was the best of the three. For me, it was second best, although a close second. Since Crap felt bringing the camera to Villains Tonight was a waste of time, he chose not to bring it to the show tonight. Luckily, we did not really need it this time, because there was no audience participation. I tried to get pictures of the show off the Disboards but it proved a little difficult. Therefore, I pulled these pictures from multiple places on the Internet. Just like the previous two shows, the musical has a main, original story that ties other Disney stories into it. Dr. Cornelius Greenaway, a botanist, is too concerned with his work to worry about anything, including his daughter, Sophia. His daughter wants nothing more then to spend time with her father on her birthday. When he ignores her birthday for his work, her birthday wish to spend more time with her Dad comes to life in form of the Genie from Aladdin. The Genie embarks on a path to teach the brilliant Dr. what is important in life while entertaining the audience at the same time. The Disney characters advance the Genie’s point that the great Doctor should focus more on his daughter, because she is the most important thing in his life. We enjoy classic scenes and songs until he gets the point. In the end, he pays attention to his daughter, who is utterly grateful that her wish came true. It really is a beautiful story, and has a happy ending as Disney shows do. \ After the show, I headed over to the nursery. Ariel was exiting just as I was entering. This was the first time I realized that the characters visit the nursery too. Some of the kids in the nursery are up to three or even over three if not potty trained. It made perfect sense to send the characters in there as well. The ladies were excited to see the goodies we got them. I love to eat, so I completely understood the excitement. They gave me an envelope and Connor’s things. A different lady brought Connor to me, and we headed up to the room. This is the first thing I saw when we I walked back into the room. I guess our steward enjoyed the cash we added to the suggested pre-paid trip amount or he liked us. It was pretty neat. We left his tip in the room when we went down for the evening, since he was not lingering around the rooms at that time as he often is. He was frequently around when he was needed. We were very pleased with him. I opened the envelope as soon as I got back to the room. There was a lovely note from the nursery staff along with two pictures. One was from his first time in the nursery with Chip. The second one was from the show time that same evening. This was a very nice touch, so I can always remember the names of the nursery staff we loved so much. It was also nice to see pictures of the time Connor had without us. As usual, he was just staring at Chip trying to figure him out. Based on what the staff told me, I know he never cried long. Therefore, the evening picture with tears in his eyes must have been a rare moment. Unlike the previous night, Connor was wide awake when I picked him up this evening. After we looked at the package from the nursery, we decided to pack the majority of the room up. Since Connor was wide awake, it was better than packing in the morning. Our navigator said that we were to be at breakfast at 6:15am. We were given character tags to place on the bags we wanted picked up. There were not enough (we had a week at WDW before this cruise), so I made a quick trip down to guest services to get more. The bags had to be placed outside the room rather early, but I cannot remember the exact time. As with the rest of the trip, we went to bed somewhat early, because we were tired. According to the navigator, people on the first dining rotation needed to be on time to breakfast and completely out of their room before heading down to breakfast. In order to do that, we would have to get up very early.