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We just got back from Disney World! We are still riding that post-Disney high. We’re trying to recover from all the exciting activities going on at the conference, while preparing for the last few weeks of school! My girls missed two days of school last week to go with us to Florida. I’m so glad that we were able to make it work so my family could experience the conference trip with me.

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My youngest daughter is such a brave little thing. She couldn’t wait to get on the rides at Disney World! My oldest is my cautious child. Haley, on the other hand, does everything at full-speed! Even the Tomorrowland Speedway at Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Thank goodness we were attached to the track. I don’t think I’ll ever let her have a driver’s license.

Haley wanted to ride everything at all the parks! Even the stuff she wasn’t tall enough to ride. The Haunted Mansion was one of the ones that everyone wanted to do, except for Natalie. We had watched a few videos on YouTube so she kind of knew what to expect. Haley couldn’t wait to do it. I think part of the time she just wanted to try and scare her older sister.


Even though you raise your kids exactly the same, it’s funny how they turn out completely different. I can already tell how much Haley is going to be like me. Although, she doesn’t get her driving abilities from me. She is still my “MinnieMe.” I will have more vacation pictures and DisneySMMC sneak peeks coming soon. But for now, I wanted to share my #1 tip on saving money at Disney!

#1 TIP:

Buy Disney Memorabilia Before Heading To The Parks! Hide gifts in your suitcase to surprise your kids with when you get there! They can have the same great Disney souvenirs at a fraction of the cost.


Before we left for Disney World, I bought the girls new outfits, new sunglasses, and new shoes. At the time I didn’t think about saving the clothes as a surprise.

» Minnie Mouse Toddler Girl 2-Fer Dress – $9.50

This cute dress would be perfect for a day at the parks! It’s comfortable, lightweight, and convenient for potty breaks.


It’s a good idea to bring your own snacks for the little ones too. I got lucky and didn’t have to carry any bags, not even a camera, room key, or money thanks to my Magic Band!

» Disney Minnie Mouse Bows and Dots Beach Towel – $8.94

It measures 28″ x 58″ and is 100% cotton. These Minnie Mouse towels and other Disney Junior characters are available at Walmart now! Perfect for the field day towel this week at school!


» Disney Minnie Mouse Dots are the New Black Twin/Full Bedding Comforter – $29.88

This reversible microfiber comforter has the signature Minnie Mouse polka-dot design. For the price, I was impressed with the fabric thickness. I haven’t washed it yet, but it feels like it will hold up well. I have paid close to $100 for other “nice” comforters that ended up being cheaply made. Besides the quality, the cuteness factor is always important. My favorite thing about this comforter has to be the bow!


I’m not gonna lie, we were not hardcore Disney fans before this trip to Walt Disney World. After visiting WDW, I finally understand the Disney “magic” excitement! We must own allllll the Disney Junior Minnie Mouse items now!!

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