Hollywood Studios - The favorite park of four of us, including me.
There were a couple of green army men in Pixar Place, the only two characters in any park without lines to meet them. He signed his autograph "Green Army Man", which the kids thought was funny. I wonder what they expected?
Molly got picked to announce to the queue when they could enter into the backlot tour.
A few of us, the only ones we had visible contact of, on the BEST RIDE EVER .... Toy Story Mania. The park opened at 9:00 and we made our way straight there. At 9:05, the wait time was already 50 minutes. By lunch, they were already out of fastpasses. Seriously.
We ended up finding a few more characters with very little wait time. Lucky for me, the kids didn't really care too much about meeting characters so we only met the ones with little wait time. There was one the girls wanted to meet pretty bad, and that was Rapunzel. However, when they found out they would have to stand for 1 hour (no joke) they quickly changed their minds.
Mary Poppins said they were very well behaved kids, and she would know, right?
We went back to Mr. Incredible, only because Frozone was there.
Everyone told me that Rockin' Roller Coaster was the best roller coaster, and they were right. Anna was exactly the right size. Even though Molly pitched a fit about other rides, she rode it with us and ended up liking it. She even got brave enough and rode Tower of Terror. There was only one who chickened out and refused to ride it.
The absolute best time Derek and I had was at a drawing class at the animation studio. I think I missed my calling as an animator. In fact, I'm thinking of enrolling in art college and moving the family to Burbank to join the Disney staff with my mad drawing skills. Okay, not really, but it was FUN.