My parents have been dying to take the grandkids to Disneyland for a while now, so for Christmas they took us.  I love Disneyland and I loved watching my kids, especially Marley, experience it for the first time.

 Waiting in line to enter.  The first day we went without the rest of my fam.  I'm glad we did.  It wasn't crowded that day and it was nice to see and ride things without the crazy lines.

 Everything was decorated for Christmas, which made it even more magical.

 First stop:  to see the princesses.  She slipped on a dress over her clothes so she could be fancy when she met them.  She made sure to bring along her own high heels and wore them the rest of the day.  I could not get her to change.  I do not know how she did it!

 Can you tell she's in heaven?  Wow, she loved seeing them.  They were so cute with her.

 2nd stop:  Train Ride.  All Jake wanted to do was ride a train.

 We picked up the tiny tiara in the bibbity-bobbity boutique our first day and she wore it every day.  I'm actually surprised she stood in line to meet Cinderella.  The 2nd day we saw Sleeping Beauty, but Marley refused to meet her because she wasn't wearing a princess dress.

 The rest of the fam joined us the next 3 days.

 My grandma came as well.  She braved the Tower of Terror with us even though my mom told her how scary it was.  It ended up being her favorite ride!

 Jaxon & Aunt Tara.
California Screamin'.  We did get in a few roller coasters. Neither of my parents like the fast rides, so they took the grandkids while we did a few of them. Marley actually joined us for Space Mountain.  I was afraid she was going to be freaked out, but she did great.

Such a fun trip!


  1. Marley is a PERFECT age to enjoy Disneyland. How fun for your whole family! Love the pictures.

  2. Loved the Disney pics. It makes me Disney hungry!


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