One of my favorite things is to take vacations with my family. It gives us a break from the everyday. It gives us an escape from the busy. It gives us intentional time together to have fun and enjoy one another without the worry of the calendar, clock or to-do list.
Our Spring Break vacation was split between Walt Disney World in Orlando and Grandma and Grandpa's Florida house in Fort Myers.
I know Little Dude won't remember his first trip to Walt Disney World . But it's pretty special to watch a 3-year old experience the excitement of Disney World for the first time and to be part of that excitement and joy with them.
Although BuhBuh had been to Walt Disney World 5 years ago, we really got to watch him experience it all over again.
He rode several roller coasters, often times putting up a fight to not ride them, but was always so happy when he did.
Oh! And he got to have a little light saber battle.
Although he asked if he could battle on the dark side (sigh) he thought it was pretty cool.
The Boy was such a trooper. He did get to ride several roller coasters which he enjoyed. But he was a good helper with his brothers.
He never complained when we rode on the "kid" rides.
I was worried that he wasn't having any fun. This was the first vacation that I actually worried and wondered about that. But when we got home he did tell me that he had fun. My Sweetie and I realized as we walked out of the Magic Kingdom at 1 in the morning on our last "night" in the parks, that he might not be with us the next time we go.
We really crammed a lot of the Disney Experience into a short amount of time. We walked a lot, ate very little, slept very little, but had a ton of fun.
After the Extreme Disney part of the trip, we drove to Fort Myers to stay with My Sweetie's parents at their Florida home. We spent one day looking for alligators in the Everglades.
The rest of the time there we spent relaxing on the beach.
It was BuhBuh's and Little Dude's first time to the ocean. All three boys had a blast playing in the water, digging in the sand and searching for shells.
I had a blast sitting in my chair watching and soaking up the memories.