Monday, February 19, 2007

Sunday, February 18, 2007

More Disney pictures...

The most memorable event throughout our whole vacataion was when we went to see the Aladdin show. We had the best seats, right up front... and the show starts out like the movie, with the Big Tiger's mouth. Well, if you've ever been around our house when the movie is on, you'd know that Kylie loves the tiger. She always yells, "here comes the tiger, here comes the tiger!" So, in the middle of the theater with the hundreds of people completely silent, my child yells out (just like she does at home), "here comes the Tiger!" Everyone chuckled, it was hilarious! We will never forget that! :)
This was us at Goofy's Kitchen for Brunch. We were so tired. This was the morning Matthew had Kylie up at the crack of dawn! The characters walk all around while you were eating, needless to say Kylie was slightly cranky, so she was a tad bit moody when some of the characters she didn't know came around... like the Mad Hatter... not good :)

This is the Little Mermaid version of the Merry-Go-Round. Kylie loved it!

How pretty is Kacey?!? She's even more adorable in person, her little personality is starting to shine through.

We're waiting for the parade to start... Kylie loves popcorn, and she'll share but only giving you one at a time.

Family photo!

Disneyland Pictures

We had a BLAST in Disneyland! Kylie had the best time, Dumbo was her favorite ride. We met Goofy, Minnie Mouse, and Chip. We saw Mr. Incredible, Sully from Monsters, and we had the best seats for the parades. Kylie loved the Disneyland parade, with all the lights and the princesses. Her eyes were glued on the Loin King float. She was heartbroken when the parade was over, so we had to go the following night also.
And of course, we rode the rides. Much to Matthew's enjoyment, Kylie's very tall for her age (she must get it from me, haha) so she was able to meet the height requirements for almost everything. Matthew had her on the Matterhorn Bobsleds, Pirates, Haunted Mansion (which freaked her out to say the least!) and like 50 other rides. I had to put my foot down with the Tower of Terror, after all she's only two! :) He woke her up at 6 am (which has got to be a form of child abuse) for the early entry admission and they went and rode even more rides. Kacey, Yaya (my mom), and I decided sit that one out and sleep!

Hope everyone likes the pictures... we had such a wonderful time together!