Well, we got back Sunday night/Monday morning, around 1:30 AM. I thought I would have time to post more than this, but the laundry alone is keeping me busy here. So, I just have time to post about this. We were at the parks last week, Monday through Friday, and had a great time. On Tuesday, we did Early Entry. My family is not accustomed to getting up early, and I had to drag everyone out of bed. We did have a good time, though, and it was definitely worth it. We had the camcorder with us. It was in the stroller, but whenever we parked the stroller, I put it in my messenger bag and carried it with me. We didn't want to take any chances that someone would walk off with it. In the early afternoon, dh and ds(age 2) went back to the hotel for a nap. Dh took the stroller with him, and we put the camcorder in the stroller basket, so I wouldn't have to lug it around with me and dd. Later, dh and ds met back up with us. I didn't realize it, but the camcorder was still in the stroller basket. After discussing what to do for dinner, we decide to ride the Monorail into Disneyland, and eat at the PizzaPort place in Tomorrowland. The Monorail comes, and I've pulled my messenger bag and the diaper bag off the stroller, grab the kids, and climb onto the Monorail. Well, dh, who is apparently severely stroller-challenged, stands there like an idiot with a "What am I supposed to do?" look on his face. So I jump out, tell him to get on, fold down the stroller, and cram it onto the Monorail. Later that night, it's maybe 1AM, and I decide to charge the camcorder so we can have film footage the next day. Can't find it anywhere. Dh and I frantically search the entire hotel room. It's nowhere. So we immediately realize that it was still on the stroller when dh and ds came back to the parks, and we think maybe someone walked off with it. I am horrified, because it has footage of dd's preschool graduation, Mother's Day tea, etc, on it, that haven't been copied anywhere yet. I was ready to kill dh, for bringing it back to the parks that afternoon in the first place!! After thinking about it, we remember the whole Monorail difficulty, and think maybe it was left on the Monorail. So the next morning, after we go to Toontown Morning Madness, Dh was able to go to Lost and Found. Someone actually turned in the camcorder!!! We were both so happy. Dh had brought the instruction book with him, to try to show what kind of camcorder it was. We were laughing later, as he had turned it on to show footage of our dd on it at the Lost and Found, to prove it was our camcorder. Well, we are an adoptive family, and dh and I are both white, and our kids are both brown, being of mixed race. So he was glad that the gal didn't question dh's claim to the beautiful little brown girl on the tape. Anyway, I have heard storied of things being stolen off strollers, etc, so I wanted to share a positive story about and $400+ camcorder being turned in to the Lost and Found.