We flew down on Sunday. On the flight down, the girl picked my new ear-buds out of my ear. Jenny caught my attention. When I turned back, the girl had a wire dangling from her mouth! I fished that earbud out fast!
We went to the following parks: Universal (both parks), Disneyworld, and Disney Quest.
Disney World was a madhouse. It was a sea of people. It was nothing but people. Getting on any ride was a problem.
We did ride "It's a small world." The little girl loved it. Even daddy loved it. The music may be coma-inducing, but the design-work of the actual ride was amazing. Whoever designed that ride designed a masterpiece.
The little girl had her first amusement park ride on a carousel. (She was unable to ride a horse because she had no shoes. It was a safety rule. How this was a safety rule for a 10-month old, I have no idea.) She also took a long dip in a heated pool. (That much water was intimidating).
The whole thing was a bit exhausting. All those crowded parks in a row was a bit much. Those parks are not worth it if they are ungodly crowded.
We flew back on Friday, waded through some rush-hour traffic, then got home. Yay home.