Monday, December 10, 2012


After admiring our Snow White at the resort we headed to Epcot for our morning breakfast reservations with the Princesses.  We got to the park and headed straight to Germany where our restaurant was.

A few patient minutes in line and it was our turn.

The first stop was a picture with Belle.  We have the most darling one of Charlotte and Belle and we grabbed one as a family as well.

After getting some of our goodies the announced that the Princess Processional would be starting.  They asked all the little princesses to join the the "real" princesses for a parade around the dining room. Snow White came over and grabbed Charlotte's hand and they led the processional together.  It was so sweet and Charlotte was awestruck and a ball of nerves.

All of the princesses came around to our table and stopped for pictures.  We saw Cinderella, Snow White, Mulan and Ariel.

After breakfast we explored some of the countries and had a lot of fun in China; especially at the little toy market.

We also had some fun in Africa.

And Oliver was still so beat from our 1:00am bedtime the night before that he was OUT.

But hands down my most favorite moment of the trip happened later in Germany when we stopped to see Snow White again.   First of all, she remembered Charlotte from breakfast which was pretty much awesome.

And Charlotte's nervousness had her acting quite silly.  At the end she told us she was trying to show her her prickles; we still don't know what that means.

They talked about their shoes and favorite dwarf.

And gave super cute hugs.

Then Snow White had her sit by the wishing well and showed her how to sit beautifully.

One last hug and I honestly believe we had the best princess experience imaginable.  If this was the only good thing that happened the whole trip it still would have been worth it.  It was that awesome.

We finished walking through the park and visiting some of the other countries.

Charlotte was zonked after her exciting morning so we headed back to the resort before dinner time.  It was a great day and we had a nice relaxing evening.

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