Monday, November 14, 2011

Getting Excited!

Magic Kingdom Rope Drop

I've mentioned before that I love singing to Noah in the morning.  When I enter his room every morning, I love to sing mostly my own words to "Good Morning, Good Morning!"

It's even more fun now, because Noah - who will be 2 in a few short weeks - now sings along!

"Good morning, good morning - it's fun to stay up late, good morning, good morning to you!"

And Noah replies "to You!" and points to me or his dad.

Yes, I'm a biased mom - but it's ridiculously adorable when he sings "to you!".

Now, to incorporate and excite our upcoming travel plans -
I brought him downstairs and found a video on You Tube of the rope drop ceremony.  From just a few months ago, he wouldn't remember - he's still too young - but he loved it.

He smiled, clapped, and sang along with the video!

BTW - make sure you notice Mickey when he's talking - he's talking and blinking Mickey!!

I can't wait to show him the rope drop live again!  I think 2 will be a magical trip, don't you?  4th time's a charm!

7 comments:

  1. For sure 2 is a great age! You can truly live through the magic in your child. Now 3 is a different ball of wax...lol...be prepared for attitude...lol. Love your story.

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  2. How adorable! And what a great way to start the day. :) Thanks for visiting my blog. Returning the follow back.

    Sandy
    Cherished Handmade Treasures

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  3. The countdown is on! :) I'm so jealous. Can't wait to hear all about your trip.

    Hopping over from the Alexa Mania Hop. Thanks for joining in!

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  4. The difference between this and another show- if you follow the advice to be at the parks for opening which I totally recommend with little ones, you should be there. But, there is no reason they have to be strapped in. Being bubbles, toys, games, anything. Cast members often leave out hula hoops for kids to play. Once you're through the turnstile there is nowhere for them to go, so why lock them up?

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  5. I have show the girls this video before and I am worried that they wont be patient enough to wait for the show. I have 2 yr old (almost 3) triplets and we are leaving in 2 weeks for Disney. Yes, normal 3 yr olds might be able to be patient, but my kids hate being strapped in the stroller and certainly hate being strapped while there is a crowd around. Has anyone else has much success with toddlers for this show. I have no doubt they will be great in Disney itself, because we went last year, but they weren't fans of waiting for shows to begin.

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  6. when is your trip?

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