{Disney Day One…Epcot}

I'm going to start this post with this picture because it's absolutely awesome if I do say so.
Of course this was an incident of FL climate changes. When you go from airconditioning to hot, you get hazy foggy goodness.

Disney is awesomesauce when it comes to allergies. The girls have a milk allergy so with every meal the chef would come out and talk to them about what they wanted. They even make special allergy free mickey waffles! It was so nice for them to be able to have everything that everyone else could have.

Doesn't he look so cool?

The bus had the most beautiful light this morning.

Most of the kids were very cooperative in my picture taking.

I said kids.  ;)

She was not.  Not at all.  But her pics, my favorite.  Look at that light.  yummmmmm.


Spaceship earth was first up this day.  Isn't Lisa just the cutest???


Then we went on Soarin'…no pics.  Chloe wanted to go on Living with the Land.  I hadn't been on this ride since my very first trip.  We all loved it.



Hidden Mickey!!!!!!!!!!

Nine pound lemons.  Those would make quite a few lemonades.



We went in to see some friends.  Izz was very excited to see Minnie Mouse.  And then she hated them all.  lol.  typical.  Oh and Bay?  He decided that he needed to go to the bathroom while we were in line.  Teenagers.




See?  Thrilled.


The kids all loved Test Track.  It's so much better since the remodel.

Poor Izz is hidden behind the seat top.

We went to one of my absolute favorite Disney restaurants.  Coral Reef for lunch.



The girls got some allergy free dessert.  Chloe claimed it to be the best dessert ever.

Look at that yummy light again.  I swear the light in Disney is magical.




{Insta-Friday 10/25}

I haven't done an insta-friday in a very very long time.  I actually haven't done much blogging at all.  And I'm not sure why although I do know that every time I do blog, I talk about how I haven't been blogging.  Ha!

We went to the Cranberry Festival in town a couple of weeks ago.  The smallest girl got her first ride on a school bus.  :)
Isobel's first bus ride. :)

More of their daily statue poses.
Chloe to Isobel: don't block my feet from the camera. Lol #dailystatuepose #latergramToday they were all being Lacey the dog. I'll be so sad when they don't #dailystatuepose for me anymore.

We went to a family party this week too.  They all jumped on this trampoline forever.  I'm sure it's quite tiring.
Trampoline angels? #latergram

Ian had to cut all these words out and then glue them back together to make a poem.  It was actually kind of fun.
He's so cute doing his homework. Xoxo

Every year we go to a Ghost Tour with a bunch of our friends.  It's a tradition that I love.  This year we ran across the street for liquid courage shots before hand.  We got our traditional Soco and Lime and then we tried the ever intriguing Pickle Back.  This is Jameson and a shot of pickle juice.  It was interesting to say the least.  Kind of weird but the pickle juice definitely cut the sting of the whiskey right away.
Pickle backs.  Weird.  #justsayin

We used to go to Boston for our tour and it was awesome but for the last two years we've done a tour in Plymouth which is very cool too.  In Plymouth you can actually go into "haunted houses".  This year they told us about this app that you can download that works as a ghost finder of sorts.  That blue dot there is supposed to be a ghost and the word fighting up top is supposed to be them talking to us.
Ghost tour time!Ghost tour app makes things more fun.

On Saturday Lisa and I went to Provincetown.  We saw the comedian Judy Gold.   She was hilarious.  So much fun.
Provincetown. #womensweek2013

I am truly blessed to live in such a gorgeous place.
The fog this morning was just plain beautiful.

Izz had to dress up as her favorite character from a book for a Literacy Parade at school.  She dressed up as Pete the Cat and wore her "magic" sunglasses.  It's such a cute book.  You can see it here.
Our very own Pete the Cat with magic sunglasses.  Xoxoxo

Bailey finally getting his hands on my Mac.  It's only been over a year.  ;)
Letting the boy use the Mac for the first time.  Lol.  #ithasonlybeenayear

life rearranged


{From the airport to the hotel}

The last trip Lisa and I took without the kids, we tried the Magical Express for the first time.  It was an awesome experience and FREE!  So free wins.  The kids loved hanging out on the bus and this way we didn't need to rent a car just to get to our resort and back.


The Magical Express is a very fancy bus.  :)


I loved the way the sun was peeking out from behind the clouds here.

While Lisa and I were getting us all checked in, Christine brought the littles to the playground.  I'm not sure where Bailey and Chloe were.  Off exploring I'm sure.  This it the first of a few times that my camera fell victim to the changing of climates in FL.  But I didn't hate it ever.  I love the look of the hazy fogginess.




The kids got a big kick out of the Mickey towels.  Who wouldn't?

Our room.  Obviously.  We stayed at Port Orleans French Quarter.  It's one of our favorite resorts for many reasons.  A couple being it's quite romantic and also it's one of the smallest resorts on property.  Who wants to walk around in the park all day and then have to come "home" and walk a mile to the pool or the food?  Not this chick.

We had adjoining rooms.  Christine took the boys and we took the girls.


Beignets!!!!!!  Need I say more?  This would be one of those other reasons for staying here.  ;)


The beignet ladies are always very nice.

Bailey got to stay up a bit and hang outside with us.  He loved the beignets as much as we did.