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  • Yup, he's definatly my kid...

    So I got home from a meeting tonight in time to tuck in my 5 yr old. I read him a story, made sure all bedtime things were done, kissed him and tucked him in. Now when he went to sleep he was just in sweatpants and t-shirt.

    I then got on the computer, checked in here, then logged off, (I'm going out with a friend soon.) But before I leave I wanted to take him potty first (he has had a string of accidents and we are trying to get back to dry nights)

    Well when I got him up, I burst out laughing...he is sleeping in sweatpants, no shirt, and Mickey Mouse Ears!!!!!

    No kidding, he must be dreaming of DL! And I have no film!!!! ugh.

    I love having kids...you just never know whats next.


    well I just had to share that, now I'm off for the evening. I'll see ya all tomorrow
    procrastibating

  • #2
    That's sooo cute!!

    My son has fallen asleep in full Peter Pan & Prince Phllip costumes Disneyland addicts in training I tell you



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    • #3
      Ah yes. This is the first sign that your Disneyitis is contagious.

      Symptoms include, but are not limited to:
      When your children can spot things that are out of place or missing around the park.
      When you kids want to name the dog we eventually get "Stitch" or "Kuzco".
      You go to dress your child and have 20 Disney shirts to choose from.
      Your child sings "Scarols" instead of Christmas Carols.
      Your child sings "Scarols" 365 days a year.

      Anything listed on the park maps as an attraction is fair game for inclusion in the Rally.
      I cannot confirm nor deny the inclusion of any attraction in the Rally.



      May the Gumballs Be with You...Always.

      NO GOATS!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by mamabot
        Ah yes. This is the first sign that your Disneyitis is contagious.

        Symptoms include, but are not limited to:
        When your children can spot things that are out of place or missing around the park.
        When you kids want to name the dog we eventually get "Stitch" or "Kuzco".
        You go to dress your child and have 20 Disney shirts to choose from.
        Your child sings "Scarols" instead of Christmas Carols.
        Your child sings "Scarols" 365 days a year.

        They spot and point out "hidden mickeys" everywhere
        just the mere mention of Disney(anything) and they're excited
        you ask where do they feel like going and they reply Disneyland, everytime
        they do every school project that they can on Disneyland
        they have park tips for their friends going to DL
        Said school projects are so detailed the teachers call you in amazement
        they want to know about "Al's" updates



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        • #5
          When the kids see I-5 (the freeway), they say to me, "why can't we go to DL, the exit is just down the road!"

          I have to remind them that DL is about 375 miles down that road!!!

          I think even the 5 year old can direct us down to the Parks. They blow away our friends when they give the (correct) directions to the Park. And we're in Northern CA! They know all of the landmarks from here to there. My two favorites are the "Cat in the Hat" towers at the base of the Grapevine (water towers painted red/white stripes) and of course, "Wally World" (Magic Mt).

          They never cease to amaze me...

          I bet I know where their first "road trip" will be to...

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          • #6
            Shes over 18, in New Mexico and dosent say she misses mom an dad , she misses living close to Disneyland. I have trained her too disneywell.

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            • #7
              ^^ thats funny
              procrastibating

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