Mom and Dad had to leave first thing on Sunday morning. We were sad to see them go. I don’t think we realized how much we would need their help until we actually got there. With three kids (and one that can’t ride a lot of things) it would have been really difficult to do much without the extra hands. We took one last picture with them before they got in their car and drove off and we got on the bus headed to Hollywood Studios for the day.
Hollywood Studios is probably my favorite park. We were there by 9:30 and didn’t leave until after dinner. We saw lots of shows (Playhouse Disney, Little Mermaid, etc…). Ethan LOVED the shows and parades. He would sit completely still and watch the entire thing. We rode Toy Story again and saw lots of characters, including these two guys:
All 3 boys LOVE Phineas and Ferb. We didn’t see them last time so this was a new treat.
We also saw the Incredibles, Buzz and Woody, and the Green Army man from Toy Story. We watched a parade in the afternoon with all their favorite Pixar characters. We came upon some Power Ranger statues in a gift shop and the boys were thrilled. They had to have their picture taken with them. We ate dinner at the Primetime Diner and it was really good home-cooked food. The boys got to build ice cream sundaes for dessert while Zach and I enjoyed a brownie a la mode. 🙂
I LOVE their super hero poses. Makes me realize how quickly Ethan is growing up. He tries to do everything his big brothers do. It is sweet and scary at times.
Seth posing in front of the pink Power Ranger
Carter with the yellow one.
Ethan and I waiting for the Playhouse Disney show to start. It was really cute!
I wish Zach had videotaped Ethan with the green army man. The army man marches around and salutes everyone in Pixar Place. Ethan was mimicing everything he did. The army man stopped and started playing with him. Of course, Ethan played along and they stood there copying each other for 5 minutes. It was hilarious!
For an afternoon snack, we got each of the boys a Mickey Mouse ice cream bar. As you can imagine, this was a disaster but totally worth it. It took them a while to eat it, but they loved them!