Disneyland Fireworks and the Bibbity Bobbity Boutique = MAGIC
Day 9 of our Road Trip Spectacular put us right in the middle of all things magical.
Like, FOR REALS.
You can’t not love everything Disney represents. From the movies to the theme parks, it’s just all so magical! Some people think of Disneyland and initially think of it being a places for kids. You are right there, but it is a place for anyone, no matter your ages. That’s one thing that I love about this place. And another thing. If you think you can visit this place without taking a large amount of videos and taking a lot of photos, you’ve got another thing coming! You have to capture these memories, which is why I am so glad that I looked into the idea of something like smart luggage. I didn’t know this at first, but some suitcases come with internal charging ports, where you can charge your phone on the go. I definitely needed that on this trip. So my tip for anyone is to charge your devices before setting out on this magical adventure.
Oh… and speaking of magic… THIS:
This is magic of all the magicalness of magicalarianism!
We had a little princess-tastrophe (meaning, Lucy didn’t get to meet any princesses at Disneyland)… So instead, Lucy got to get princess-i-fied at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique in Disneyland. The last time Lucy went to Disneyland she was only tiny! I remember searching for the best strollers so that she wouldn’t have to walk round all day. Luckily, we don’t have to push a heavy stroller around the park anymore!! She had a fantastic time!
That picture pretty much sums it up.
She was addressed as Princess Lucy the entire time. She was treated with such sweetness and just like royalty. In the picture Lucy is having her nails painted and is getting to choose the color of her crown.
Such is the life of a princess…
Half the time she looked confused… so much attention! How often does a little girl get to be addressed and treated just like a princess?
Seriously. The stylists even called my husband and me king and queen.
The rest of the time her face shined.
She heard all about how the girls in the salon got to have a sleepover with Snow White the night before, and her stylist even taught her the wave Snow White taught her at the sleepover.
Later that evening, as we walked through the park, a Disney cast member stopped sweeping, bowed, and inquired, “And how are the princess and queen this evening?”
Dudes. I always knew I wanted to be queen. Now I REALLY know I want to be queen.
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