Over the years, my boys have made finding Disney characters at Walt Disney World a sort of sport. Of course, it was not always like that. I still remember the first time they met characters at Chef Mickey back in May 2009. That trip we have a lot of photos of the kids keeping their distance from most of the characters they met, until a breakthrough on JSL’s second birthday with Tigger. They have come a long way from screaming, crying, and hiding under tables. Now both of the boys like to see what new characters are at the parks so they can add their autographs into our collection. Some more recent memories of magical moments with characters at Walt Disney World.
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I love character hugs….what fun shots and fabulous memories
There does seem to be a Disney Character bell curve; delightfully, once you hit middle age, the curve begins anew!!
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Sully looks so cuddly!
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Is that “Scully” I think? He looks like he would be so soft and cuddly!
Sully looks so soft and Cuddly. Your son must have loved hugging him!
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Hugs, and even kisses!!! Is that a little kiss I spy, swinging in on Princess Aurora? (or maybe it’s just a secret… ) How precious. :)
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When they have the breakthrough it’s like the magic of Disney just takes over. Characters give the best hugs! What great memories!
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