Cinderella's Royal Table was nothing short of fabulous.
That was a top priority of mine while visiting Disney. I've always wanted to go into the castle. The kids couldn't be at any better age to experience the magic of it.
We didn't really have to wake up that early to get them ready and looking their finest.
Of course, while waiting in line people asked if we woke up at 5am to get their hair done. I didn't go into the explanation that I'm a stylist and it only took me about 10 minutes to whip the hair out.
Lillian could not have been any more beautiful and proper. She never really showed outward excitement but her eyes were just sparkling the whole time. Also that she let me take 100 hundred pictures of just her so I knew she was into it.
Josiah was a major attraction the whole time up until he changed.
It was so much fun how many people enjoyed, commented, and were smiling when looking at Tonto from The Lone Ranger. I think he wanted to change partly because of all the attention he was receiving and also because he was uncomfortable.
Cora loved getting dressed up and being made all prissy.
She was wearing Rapunzel's wedding dress.
She really likes all the princess stuff. However, she does not like getting her picture taken and she was being sooo difficult. The only really good pictures that we have of her are the ones of her with the princesses.
Lillian in the castle by the mosaic of Cinderalla's ball.
This explains Cora.
Someone in the castle told Josiah that there had never been another Tonto at the Royal Table and that he was a first! He was so proud of that and it made him feel really special on a day that was heavy on the girly stuff.
Once I was officially over trying to take the good pictures Cora lightened up.
She was just sparkling the whole time.
I had to book this breakfast out 180 days in advance. At 8:30am 180 days out there were only two breakfast time slots available. If you plan on doing this planning ahead is a must!
It was fairly pricey for a breakfast, but worth. every. penny.
The Little Mermaid is my favorite Disney movie.
Jasmine was a family favorite.
Daddy escorting the Princess down the stairs.
Later in the day we were by Rapunzel's tower and we were able to get Cora to give us a smile there.
A few last shots before he took it off.
This was one of the only Character meet and greets we did. When we were there we had to choose between meet and greets or rides. There just wasn't enough time and energy for us to do both.
This was actually more fun than I thought it would be and then it made me wish we had done some more of them. Especially since we had the photopass. I think we would have gotten a lot of cute candid photos with the kids and characters... next time.
At epcot we just happened to run into Snow white. I'm bummed there wasn't a photopass photog there. In the top picture I was cut off, but it was cute because I had the blue shorts on and her skirt was yellow. I even teared up when I met Snow white. I was emotionally out of control the whole time!
Josiah with his R2D2 mickey ears. We took them with us on most days.
This princess was tuckered out on the bus ride home.