Im not sure exactly when I came up with the plan, perhaps it was always in the back of my mind, but, at some point this year I decided it would be awesome to spend time at a Disney park and/or a Disney resort every month in 2013. We are on track with completed trips through August plus a trip on the books for September and one for November. That just leaves October and December and my mission will be complete! So, here is our cast of characters Me, Jennifer, Disney obsessed mom of 2 amazing little girls, wife of almost 13 years to my darling husband who humors me while I feed my Disney obsession. Ive always loved Disney characters and movies but didnt begin my love of Disney World until we took our oldest for her first trip when she was 3. Now I cant get enough! Peyton and I at Monsters University DH, amazing husband and father who is not quite as impressed with Disney but is willing to let me indulge. He loves World Showcase, Disney resorts, Disney restaurants, and his girls! Daddy and the girls in Celebration this past weekend. Peyton, our oldest is 7 ½. She loves Disney princesses, Teen Beach Movie (please save me!), and her little sister. She has become a bit of a chicken when it comes to rides and the part of me that loves the thrills is having a hard time not pushing her. The part of me that remembers being terrified by my first ride on a wooden roller coaster when I was 7 and not wanting to ride another coaster until I was 10 is trying to be patient. I know shell come around in her own time. My sassy 7 year old at Pop this past weekend. Charlotte, our baby, will be 2 in October. She loves Disney Junior and everything about Disney parks, except getting in and out of her stroller. She has no fear of anything, especially water! Charlotte checking out her accommodations at Pop Rather than starting at the beginning, Im going to start with our most recent trip, one night at Pop Century in August. Look what we got in the mail prior to our trip! I was so excited to be part of the Magic Band test program. Apparently, a little too excited, as I missed opportunities to make them work better for us. More about that later.