Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Disney on Ice: how to get the worst seats (almost)
I bought the tickets online and when they sent me the tickets to print out...they were even farther away than the seats they told me I purchased in the first place! ha ha ha Tickets this far away should come with binoculars. (Even baby liked all the lights and music.)
(once again, notice how high we are in the seats...ha ha ha)
the kids had fun...Blake said, "Mommy, Sebastian (from Little Mermaid) waved at me! He really waved at me!"
Alani loved all the princesses. They loved to clap and yell after each performance. And it was super dark and we were way up in the boonies...baby nursed under her blankie. Then we tried to escape with a mob of other carseat carrying, diaper bag toting, princess dressed, herds of people.
I always tell the kids, to hold on to me- grab a my shirt, purse, pocket, just hold onto mama! And we made out way outside!
It was so much fun...and I just saw a bunch of little videos Alani made from the backseat of the car after we left talking about how fun the show was and how we got to get cotton candy! These memories are what mean the world to me. The kids won't remember how far away we sat, but they will remember how exciting this day was!
The person I felt the worst for was the guy in the Pumba suit, from Lion King...I don't know how that guy fit in the Pumba suit or how he was able to ice skate all bent over like that.
huge hugs and princesses on ice skates.... kandee