Mommy and Gabi riding the "Dumbo" ride--
we waited for 30 minutes for this one--ugh!
Gabrielle finding something to climb on while we were waiting to see Tigger and Pooh. Notice that it was still morning-time, and she was sweating a lot already--I didn't feel so bad then! :)
She was pretty scared of Tigger and Pooh to begin with. So, I held her and she seemed to warm up to them a little bit after that.
Getting ready to to on the "It's a Small World" ride.
Thank goodness for a little air conditioning again!
The end of the ride!
Another area of Magic Kingdom that we went to starting in the afternoon--
unfortunately we didn't spend as much time at "Mickey's"...
I guess we'll have to come back and do more there next time!
Some dancers that we saw...there were benches so we took a seat to rest our feet, and I was hoping that Gabi would fall asleep. But, the music was really loud, and she was enjoying the show.
Clapping to the dancer's music.
Just a mommy and daddy picture.
After we rested our feet for a few minutes, we got up and walked around to several of the other areas in Magic Kingdom. Of course by the time we got to the train station, Gabrielle was fast asleep.
She took a nice 30 minute nap. Yeah!
While she was napping, people were lining up to wait for Peter Pan. It was interesting to watch other families with their kids while Gabrielle snoozed.
After she woke up we took the train all the way around Magic Kingdom to the main entrance to wait for the big parade to start at 3pm.
That evening we went to Bahama Breeze (owned by the same company as Red Lobster and Olive Garden). Nick had some type of fish meal, and Gabrielle shared a lobster/shrimp pasta dish with me. It was delicious, and we just happened to have a gift card that worked there too--extra bonus!