After many tearful discussions, my husband and I have decided to move from my hometown just outside of Pittsburgh to Portland, OR. I have lived very close to my parents (they are just across the street) and they are very close to my daughters, their only two grandchildren. It breaks my heart to take them so far from their grandparents. Anyway...My husband is moving out there in a couple weeks to start his new job and get things set up. I will be staying behind with the girls because we had this trip planned in August and and will drive down with my parents. But when the trip is over, the girls and I will hop on a plane in Orlando and fly to Oregon. I'm not too sure when I will see them again and I'm used to seeing them every day In a way it's nice because originally we were supposed to go in a couple weeks, so we have some more time together. But now we have to say our goodbyes in WDW. (yes I know the countdown says "girls only" but when we announced our move, my dad decided to come) Any tips on making the last day as happy as possible? We have ADRs at Chef Mickeys. But now I'm thinking it might be too rowdy for my mom, who might be a frazzeled bundle of nerves. I thought it would be nice to spend that last day at the Magic Kingdom until we have to leave for our flight (which is at 5:10 pm) Have you had to take that last trip before a big move, or other big change? What did you do to make it special and not heartbreaking?