09/21/2013 Do We HAVE to leave??? We woke up bright and early this morning scratch that I woke up bright and early this morning. I had to get the rest of our stuff packed up so that check out would be simple. While sorting dirty clothes and the voluminous amount of shoes (I have a major shoe problem, as in, I pack too many) I would steal glances out our window at that beautiful castle. This trip had been amazing, especially our room, so I did NOT want to leave. Than again, who ever wants to leave Disney World? Sloan didnt want to leave either, can you blame her? Goodbye, amazing room and view!!! Jonathan finally got up and started to help pack up the room. Once we got Sloan up and ready and our Express Checkout situated we decided to bring our luggage to the car so that when we decided to actually leave it wouldnt be difficult. (tear) Once everything was in the car we headed to the Contemporary for our ADR at Chef Mickeys. We stopped to get a couple of pictures on our way. I am so happy that we saved this for our last breakfast. It just seemed to sum up our whole vacation. It was fun, yummy, and all about Mickey! And thankfully Sloan had gotten way better at character interactions. Now, she wasnt going to let them touch her but she wanted them near to her so that she could watch them. Here is Donald playing peekaboo with Sloan. I think this picture with Goofy is well goofy because Sloan has a whole Mickey waffle in her hand! Pluto was so sweet! The Big Cheese himself! It was so sweet, Sloan watched Mickey go over to all of the tables and just wanted so badly to be near him. Once he went to the other room she dragged me over there just so she would watch him. After our breakfast we headed to our last day at the Magic Kingdom. We wanted to hit a couple of rides we didnt get to on the other days and also hit some of Sloans favorites. It was fairly empty and we didnt even get there at rope drop. We went straight to Buzzs Space Ranger Spin. After we parked our stroller and walked toward the entrance a very sweet CM named Jim greeted us. He wanted to give Sloan a sticker (her millionth to be exact) and was asking if this was her first visit. We told him that it certainly was and he wanted to get her a First Visit pin. We thanked him but told him that she already had one on her stroller and he said, Well, does it have her name on it? We told him that it did not and he insisted that she should have one with her name. Ahhhh!!! I love this place! Here is Jim, getting Sloan her own personalized First Visit pin. With pink marker no less! We entered to join the force to fight Emperor Zurg and we suited with our laser guns. Told you it was empty! Sloan loved this ride. She especially loved using the joystick to turn us around and around and around. We had to stop her from spinning a couple of times so that we could actually get some points on the board. I was amazed with myself and the score I got! I ended up with a 207,000 and beat Jonathan even with Sloan on my lap. Booyah! I think I actually said that as we were exiting the ride. After Buzz we hit the Astro Orbiter which I will never again so with such a small child! I guess I forgot how crazy the centrifugal force pulls you on this ride. (You liked that physics reference didnt ya?) Seriously, I was holding on to Sloan verrrry tightly and since there arent any lap belts for a false sense of security I felt very uneasy. Sloan loved it, of course. It is here when I realized I have a daredevil on my hands. Once we were safely back on solid ground we went to ride the Teacups. Sloan wanted to help spin which was hilarious. She was having a blast spinning and saying, whoaaaa!. Up Next: Winnie the Pooh and Fun Times Too!