I (Shari) have loved all things Disney my whole life. I watched all the movies, decorated my room with Disney movies, collected toys and overall wanted to be a Disney Princess. When I finally visited Walt Disney World for the first time, I understood why it was called the Happiest Place on Earth. One spring break in college, I convinced Joel we should go to Disney World while we were in Florida. He agreed on one day at Magic Kingdom (probably to appease me), but discovered very quickly that he was having the time of his life too. Fast forward a year and we were planning our honeymoon at Disney World. Since then we’ve visited Walt Disney World in Florida several times and even made our way to Disneyland Paris.
Now that we have 3 young kids, we are so happy to get to share Walt Disney World with them. They have all inherited our love of all things Disney. A day doesn’t go by that we don’t talk about Mickey, Minnie, Rapunzel or Lightning McQueen. I didn’t think my love of Disney World could get any stronger, but then I got to watch the my kids experience the Disney magic. I watched as their eyes grew huge in amazement at meeting their favorite characters and watched them wave at everyone in the parade. I listened to their deep belly laughs at A Frozen Sing-A-Long and screams of joy on Seven Dwarfs Mine Train.