Before the photos, a commentary by Jim Gaffigan, which a friend posted on my FB page. Sums up this trip to a T.
N and G rode the Price Charming Carousel. M refused to go on.
Ahhhh, the beauty of tired, cranky boys who barely had to move or walk
and had ice cold beverages poured down their throats.
I even considered riding coasters in order to avoid being the one
who had to hang with the male grumpy pants.
The Dumbo ride.
Someone enjoyed "It's a Small World."
Rainy Swiss Family Robinson Tree House
Jungle Cruise. Someone needs to stop taking photos of
someone else's mid-section, for crying out loud.
People Mover, our all-time favorite ride because it is so lame.
M gets to meet Mickey Mouse.
The adult in line before us had no children
but was talking to Mickey as if he were real.
Goofy. He's not real either.
Pluto put M's bracelet on his snout. Hilarious to a 5-year-old.
M has a skinny black growth coming out of his nose.
Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin. G had like 19,000 points.
Mamaw and 3/4 grandkids.
D drinking the closest thing to beer he can stand:
N drinking butterbeer. Call CPS.
I considered feeding him to real sharks because of his complaining,
but this is as close as I got.
Popeye playground: Me Ship, the Olive.
G carried on and on about wanting to play on this.
Hot studs in the hot tub.
N got to visit the American Girl, Orlando store.
Back at Disney--Hollywood Studios.
The Jedi knight ate an ice cream bar.
The Jedi knight is a messy little f*cker.
Another opportunity to feed children to sharks.
Universal again. Dr. Seuss area.
G was fascinated when N could get her wand to do magical things.
Sometimes the big witch had to help without success.
Jurassic Discovery Center.
Three Broomsticks restaurant in Hogsmeade.
Last few shots before saying adios to Universal.