“If you get scared, it’s okay to back out,” I told Natalie.
She shook her head. “I’m fine!” She seemed irritated that I would even suggest that she’d back out.
But. Well. The Tower of Terror was scary. The elevator lifted you up and then DROPPED YOU BACK DOWN! Several times!
It would be Natalie first fast ride. (And sorry about the large photos. I'm not sure what's up with the uploader thingy today. I kept pushing small size.)
We were at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and she was ready to ride. Her cousins took her on while I waited at the exit. As I was pacing the exit, small children would emerge. CRYING. They appeared to be Natalie’s age. I thought she’d come out in tears.
She came dancing out and proclaimed that she loved it.
“It was so fun. It made my tummy feel silly!” she told me.
So basically, my children are braver than I am.
Natalie also got to see Disney Junior: Live on Stage.
FYI: you sit on the floor when you see this. It’s not exactly the most comfortable thing. But Natalie loved it because it featured Doc McStuffins and Sofia the First. Also, different things rain down on you. For Doc McStuffins, it was bubbles. For Sofia, it was “snow.” For Jake and the Neverland pirates, it was paper gold circles.
We also saw The Little Mermaid show. Also fantastic with awesome effects. We did Star Tours, which both kids loved. Tommy’s picture actually popped up as the Rebel Spy before the ride started.
We had lunch at Pizza Planet:
Take a look at that cupcake. It was amazing. Look at all that icing!
We also met Lightening McQueen and Mater.
And because I didn’t have my fill of cupcakes, we went to a place called Starring Rolls and got these:
Tommy rode on the Aerosmith roller coaster with his cousins while Natalie and I waited. She was too small for that one. She would have done it if she was able to. I’ll pass. I can’t do the super fast rides anymore.
We also got to see Beauty and the Beast live on stage:
So I would say that we had fun at Hollywood Studios.
Next Post will be about Animal Kingdom and Epcot!