The girls jumped out of bed on this day, because they could not wait to ride Tower of Terror (it’s one of their favorites)
Since Mom & Dad rode with the parent swap option, they girls were able to ride back to back!
We then walked to the Aerosmith Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster. Jules was about 2 inches too short for this ride. I rode with Kennedy while Jules & Easton had a snack break with Dad.
We headed to the Toy Story portion of the park. Easton has been loving Toy Story lately, so I could not wait for him to meet Buzz Lightyear & Woody. First we rode Toy Story Mania. We had to wear 3D glasses and shoot the targets. He LOVED this ride..I think it was his favorite. He kept yelling, “Shoot! Shoot!”
While we waited to meet Buzz Lightyear & Woody, we had a little too much fun with all the photo ops.
Well my boy was so intrigued by Buzz Lightyear, he totally passed up Woody and left him with his hands out waiting for a hug!
He was obsessed with Buzz and just kept smiling and staring at him. I had to tell him to turn around to notice Woody was there!
The girls said they couldn’t believe how BIG they were in size!
Since Easton could not ride much at this park, I knew we had to take him to see Disney Junior Live on Stage. It’s a show that takes kids through the different Disney Junior shows: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Sofia the First, Doc McStuffins, and Jake & The Neverland Pirates. Easton only watches Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, but he thoroughly enjoyed the show.
Kennedy & Jules enjoyed when it “rained” bubbles, doubloons, and confetti!
We arrived back at the room late afternoon that day. We decided we would let the kids play in the arcade since it was about to rain. As we were freshening up, the kids were jumping from bed to bed in our resort room. Jules jumped super high, but missed the bed she was supposed to land on…landing on the floor instead. She landed right on her elbow and immediately started screaming. Momma’s know “that” cry when their child is really hurt. I knew she was in pain. Jules is my tough cookie out of the group, so for her to cry for 30 minutes straight…..I knew I had to bring her to get checked.
I asked the hotel information desk directions to the nearest Urgent Care so I could call an Uber. They immediately sent a manager to come and talk to us in the lobby. She handed Jules a big plush Minnie Mouse doll to help her feel better. The manager told me she would arrange for a taxi to bring us there and back at no charge. I told her they did not have to do that, but they insisted. How sweet!
Thankfully, Jules’ arm was just badly bruised with no sign of a fracture. She did not use it for about 3 days afterwards. She had her one good arm up on roller coasters the next day!
When we arrived back to our room that night, Disney surprised us again. They left balloons and a plush Minnie Mouse & Mickey Mouse for Easton and Kennedy (for being brave for their sister.) I was blown away.
As if that wasn’t enough, we woke up to 3 free FastPasses to anywhere in Magic Kingdom on our last day. I had tears in my eyes. They really went above and beyond.
I called the resort when we returned to give our thanks and appreciation again. Disney will not let a little urgent care visit ruin the magic!