DISNEYLAND DAY TWO!
We weren’t able to see everything in one day, especially with the crowds, a pregnant me, and late starts in the mornings…so we decided to head back!!
So many fun things this day!
As always, these maps are so fun to look at:
Mom and I waited in the forever long Nemo line, while everyone else went to the Maderhorn: (Did I spell the right, I don’t think so)
And Tucker was nervous about seeing the Abominable Snowman:
After the ride, we were still waiting, and I wasn’t feeling super hot, so I was hanging out in the strollers,
But it was worth the wait, as it was one of Trus favorite rides:
Truman was worried about being able to breath in the submarines, but after the lady who drove the ride assured him that it was okay, there was air, he was great!
By SnowWhite’s Castle (I’m holding the poisoned apple)
The kids didn’t actually go on the teacups, but they did sit in the one on display:
On the storybook village boat:
Heading to the whale:
inside the whales mouth:
They had the cutest little houses on this ride:
Also on this ride, the lady was telling us about all the houses and whose belonged to whom, when explaing Cinderella’s Castle she said, Do you hear the Clock, and see the pumpkin, Cinderella better hurry, we all know what happens when the clock strikes 12. To which Truman replied on the edge of his seat, “What? What happens?” Cute boy.
We saw the Mad Hatter and Alice too:
And of course the crazy Merlin:
The big kids then left for Space Mountain, and mom I and took the boys on the classic Dumbo Ride. I love this ride!
Tucker and I rode behind Grams and Tru:
Truman didn’t want to get out at the end. And sat mopping while I tried to explain about it being another little kid’s turn. Apparently he loved it too!
I love how they give you the magic feather to hold—
Sweet Tucker and I had a great time flying together. I love this shot!
The carousel is the best carousel I have ever been on, can’t tell you why. Just the memories I think:
And the cute wave:
Tucker was quite particular about what horse he chose to ride, a fast one, he would say :
At first Truman was sure that he wanted Grams on, then he wanted her off. Good thing Grams is a good sport!
Trying to get the sword out, look at Tucks face:
Of course there was more waiting in line, love this shot of Tru:
Here’s a funny one of Amy trying to get Eric to eat some gum:
Sweet Tuck and Toph:
Tucker also spent time in a few of the lines listening to Wicked. He loves the soundtrack, and sings along with it. One of his new passions:
And a little kiss from my Tru-bee:
Eric and Tru:
At Lunch, Tuck took over Camera Duty, love these shots:
We also went on the Jungle Cruise:
Love Eric’s Face in this shot:
On the boat:
And the train:
After a few other rides, we decided we had hit most of the ones in Disneyland that we had wanted, and decided to head over to California Adventure. Toph took these pictures of us walking across, fun Candid Shot:
The one constant, was the lines:
Toph and Tuck:
Tru and Eric:
This activity always helped pass the time, the good old scrunching face game:
The Monsters Inc. Ride was lots of fun too:
Our Monsters pretending to be Monsters:
Hurray for Boo:
At the end this lady talks to you. Here she is talking to Amy and I, we were laughing so hard because she said something to amy and I like, “Hey you two in the back, are you guys twins?” We were surprised and said, No, to which she replied, “Sorry, all you humans look alike.” We thought it was hilarious.
Our first Wall-E Sighting, a poster:
We ended the night, with the good old Classic Electric Parade, I remember it from when I was a kid. We found some good spots,
and I had my evening snack:
Truman fell asleep, like literally two minutes before the parade started,
and we couldn’t get him to wake up!
here’s a video I found on Utube:
A great and happy day.