I want to take The Girl to Disney World. I know she is only two, and most of you would tell me it’s too young, and she won’t remember anything about the trip, but I don’t care.
I’m selfish. I want to see her hugging characters, singing songs and dancing to the parade music.
What sealed the deal for me was a Disney party we went to, The Disney Summer Social. The Disney Summer Social was sort of an “on the road” Disney party for
adults kids. We danced. We ate. We played. And the girl? Got her favorite Disney character painted on her arm.
It was a blast. And it reminded me of how much I want to take her to Disney.
I went to Disney for the first time when I was about 3. Do I remember a lot of the trip? Not necessarily, but I have photos like these to help me.
In fact, it’s the photos that have made the memory last as long as it has. And, Disney gets that. That’s why their new experience, “Let the Memories Begin” is so impressive.
“Let the Memories Begin” takes the photos, or memories, throughout both Disney parks, and makes them larger than life, shining the images on Cinderella’s Castle in Disney World, and “it’s a small world” at Disneyland Resort.
Disney PhotoPass photographers will capture guests caught up in the Disney experience – a memory in the making – and as many as 500 photos will be used in each location. The nighttime show will use the latest in high-intensity projection technology to create vivid visuals that seem to defy the architecture of the building.
How cool is that?
So, I am ready to “let the memories begin” with our family.
How old were your kids when you first took them to a Disney Park? Did they love it??
Disclosure: I was invited to the Disney Summer Social party. All opinions are my own.