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Elyse
Hello, I grew up in a family that has always been Disney centric. My father would take us to Disneyland once a year for vacation and it’s ended up being a very dominant part of my life. Even after I started college, got my first job, got married, and started having children the main story has never changed. When can I get to Disney again? How do I get my daughter to love it as much as I do? How do I keep the magic alive even when we can’t be at the parks? Hopefully this forum will become a platform for all of us to keep the magic going until we can go on next vacations.

Adolfo
My husband, the unwilling, and unlikely accomplice. He did not grow up going to Disney and, initially, did not see the magic. I dragged him to Disneyland several times, and he would likewise, drag me to other places, that weren’t Disney (From time to time it is good to go see the rest of the world. I just need to always return to my “home away from home”). The more we went, the more he would enjoy it and taking our daughter is probably the biggest reason that he has grown to like Disney as much as he has. Nothing beats watching your kids having fun at the parks.

Kaitlyn
Kaitlyn has just recently turned two. Many people say that toddlers aren’t aware of whats going on at the parks, and whats the point if they wont remember it. Kaitlyn has a best friend and his name is Mickey Mouse. I have never seen a child get so excited waiting in line to see a character. She wakes up some mornings and asks to go to Disney! Is this adorable or what?! Beyond that she’s a pizza, blueberry and cucumber eating fiend. Loves going to the park, reading books, going to the zoo and shopping at Target.

Kayla and Klaus
Our German shepherd/ Rottie Mix and German shepherd. Both dogs have been immortalized by the very talented artists in the France Pavilion at Epcot. They also have an affinity for Disney themed bandanas and mickey ear squeak toys.