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I remember the first time we took our kids to Disney World. They were almost 4 and 7. It was magical. We went in early December so there were no crowds and the weather was beautiful. We stayed on the property in the Cabins at Fort Wilderness and saw everything we wanted to see and did everything we wanted to do. 

We had dinner one night with the characters and Minnie Mouse was there, dressed to the nines. My little one looked at her and said, "Isn't she just beautiful?" She was so excited to have her picture taken with Minnie. It was precious. 

She was mesmerized when she went through Minnie's house and saw where she "lived". After much consideration, my little one said very seriously that she didn't think Minnie actually lived in the house because the cheese in the fridge was plastic.

Nothing can compare to the nightly fireworks display at the Disney parks. They pull out all the stops and put on a spectacular display that would rival any Fourth of July celebration. One of the evenings we were riding the boat back to our cabin, the captain stopped in the middle of the lake so we could watch the fireworks in the water. We had front row seats to a great light display.




Say what you will about Disney but they are geniuses at customer service, marketing, family entertainment, you name it. You can take your kids into their parks but good luck getting them out.

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