We went to the Bugs Life stuff first. The kids loved the caterpillar ride and we loved that it had no line. :)
None of us had ever been on a ferris wheel before, and a Mickey ferris wheel was a great first one!
Even though Millie didn't want to officially meet anymore princesses, we couldn't even see Elsa and Anna without meeting them. They had their own room that looked straight out of the movie, and the whole thing was inside, so it was totally pleasant.
A bad picture to remember a nice moment. We were walking by the Monsters, Inc. ride trying to decide if we wanted to ride, and a Disney employee asked if we wanted to ride it without waiting. Uh, yeah! She gave us some passes and we skipped the 30+ minute line. So so nice.
We got to meet Lightning McQueen and Mater! Definitely a highlight for Max. I loved watching him be so excited.
After a late lunch, we went back and caught the Frozen Live show. We had Fast Passes but even the line for that was long.
So worth it! The show was amazing and Max slept through almost all of it. Win win.
After the show I took the kids back to the Crush show while Tyler ran outside the park to get us all dinner (again, hero of the trip). Wanted to remember the cool little theater/waiting area where they showed clips of different Disney movies in different stages of animation. It was such a fun area to hang out in, out of the heat.
After dinner we walked over to Paradise Pier again and finally convinced Millie to go on King Triton's Carousel. She thought the ride involved water and so refused it until that point. Glad we could clear that up! Haha
Then we hung out and waited for the World of Color show. The weather was just so darn pleasant and we just enjoyed chatting about the fun time we had had the last couple days. It was such a nice moment.
I loved Paradise Pier. Kind of reminded me of "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken" and it was adorable. Also, I'm kinda proud of the picture below. If Disney wants to buy it from me I totally don't mind!