Day 4 Continued: Tuesday October 23rd Again, instead of waiting in line all day, we walked right up to the theater just a few minutes before the 5:30 pm Hanson show and got into seats near a tree to give DS room to play again. Sure it was not front row, but it was still better than standing in line with a toddler all day watching the day go by! I'm not going to lie, I cracked up laughing when the guy from the night before who had tried to school me on Hanson showed up again!! He was sitting down the bench from us this time and I don't think he noticed us. He is either a closet fan, or he just really enjoyed what he had heard the night before. We settled in for the show, and before long, out they came! A short video of DS getting into the action! And the chorus of Mmmbop, because I know you all want to hear it again! That night, they played... Where's the Love Mmmbop Can't Stop Waiting for This Been There Before Crazy Beautiful Thinking Bout Something Give a Little Another great set! I was especially happy to hear Crazy Beautiful, because they always do a lot of audience interaction during that song. I think that is actually the point in which we got that video of DS clapping along as Taylor encouraged us to! DS spent most of the show playing with his Thomas, but he did indulge me a little by dancing with me. Of course, as soon as the show was over and we left the theater, I wanted to go back for the second show. DH is very patient, but he was reaching his Hanson limit so we made an agreement instead to kill some time until the next set and have dinner outside at the Liberty Inn so we could hear the set without having to actually go in the theater. I was on board for that plan! We walked over to nearby Japan and spent some time checking out the huge store there (sorry, I forget what it's called), and then just exploring the gardens. Spaceship Earth from the porch DS began asking to eat, so we had to get back over to America a little sooner than we had planned. The show had not started yet when we sat down to eat, but started shortly after. I was happy to at least listen to my favorite band and sing while eating! I started keeping track of the set list, but apparently I forgot to finish my notes for the night because they end three songs in. However, I do know the reason for that, and I hope none of you will judge me for it!! lol We finished eating while they were still playing, so we got a slow start moving, but eventually we had DS packed up in the stroller and were starting to walk away from the restaurant when I noticed from the corner of my eye a stroller coming towards us. I didn't recognize the girl pushing it, but I sure recognized the other girl walking behind her holding another child on her hip! I grabbed DH's hand as they passed and said, "That's Zac Hanson's wife!" Yes, I know all of their names, what they look like, and their kids' names in order of arrival. Again, please don't judge me!! lol And my darling DH, wonderful as he is, turned to me entirely serious and said, "Do you want to follow her?" LMAO! Now, I used to joke before we left on this trip that maybe we would run into some Hansons in line and DS would become instant BFFs with their kids, but I didn't actually plan to run into any of them!! I would have fully committed to that plan, though, were I not wearing a BIG GIANT HANSON T-SHIRT at the time!!! She is actually in this photo lol They walked around in front of the American Adventure for awhile, and apparently were looking for the CS because that's where they ended up. DH even asked if I wanted to go eat dinner again (I'm pretty sure he was joking that time though!) and get a table next to them. The set was almost over, so we walked closer to the theater to catch the end, and that's when I spotted them. MORE HANSONS! This time, it was Isaac's wife with two of Hanson's sisters kind of forming a circle around Isaac's 2 boys while they played. My Facebook status at that moment said, "Spotting Hanson wives kids & siblings all over world showcase. Must. Not. Stalk." And I didn't, I promise! DH stopped to grab one last photo of them on stage. And DS was thoroughly unimpressed. After the set, DH took some time taking some nighttime shots before we headed out. We stopped for one last Photopass picture in Epcot, and I have to say, I didn't expect them to come out. The photographer kept telling everyone to be really still to get a good photo and I was thinking to myself "With a toddler? Yeah right!" I think they turned out pretty great!! We decided it was time to call it a night since we had our earliest wakeup call of the whole trip the next morning. It was DS's last night being 1 years old!! UP NEXT: Turning Two!