There were crazy moments (like her very first haircut):
There were some family moments (on It's Small World):
There were some sleepy moments:
There were some snacky moments (discovering ketchup for the very 1st time at Pecos Bills):
There were some special moments (Avery, her "Gaga" and her cousins):
There were some absolutely magical moments (meeting Minnie Mouse):
There's also some little hidden secrets at Disney for parents that "regular" people don't know about. Disney World thinks of EVERYTHING. Even the comfort and convenience of those of us with little babies/toddlers at Disney. They have this little gem called the Baby Care Center. At first, I thought it would just be a room for parents to change diapers. It was so much more than that.
Although I didn't get pictures of the whole thing (I thought people might not like it if I took pictures of their kids), I can describe it to you--and you can look at pictures here. There was a room full of everything you would need for a baby that you might have forgotten to pack for a day at the parks: Infant Tylenol and Advil, Desitin, diapers, baby food, teething gel, baby toys, snacks, high SPF sunscreen, Infant Benadryl...everything. Of course, you have to purchase them, but they're there for your use. The next room had chairs for breastfeeding moms to sit in and feed their babies in private, along with highchairs, books, toys and a TV playing none other than a Disney movie (the selection of the day was Tangled). The next room had changing tables everywhere, complete with fiberglass Disney characters hanging on the wall for the babies to look at. It. Was. Genius. To you, it may not seem like much, but to me, as a parent with a baby that needed to be changed 15 times while we were at Magic Kingdom (that MIGHT be a slight exaggeration), it was a Godsend. And just proves that Disney goes the extra mile to provide excellent service for their guests. Just another reason for me to love Disney World.
It was amazing to discover Disney World all over again through the eyes of a mom. And through the eyes of my little Avery. I hope to go again soon. Very soon.