First up, everyone but Sedona wanted to say hi to Baymax, mostly just to see what the costume felt like.
Secora, the new roller coaster dare devil, wanted to ride Test Track and we had some time, so everyone got in line for that. Sierra was pretty adamant that she didn't want to ride, but the cast member at the beginning of the line told us it'd work out best for her to just go through the line and then just not ride, so that's what we did, though she was scared we were gonna make her ride the whole time. When you get in the car, there is the option of just taking a bridge over the track and waiting for your party to return, so she waited and the rest of us rode. Secora LOVED it. I kept telling Sedona she was okay and she shouted, "I am NOT okay!!" so much that the guy next to us couldn't stop laughing at her (she was still clearly okay, she just enjoys fast rides more if she can scream out her anxieties)
Lunch was actually the last breakfast seating at Akershus. Secora was thrilled to see all the princesses and the big girls were secretly thrilled, but played it cool.
"I'm gonna meet Olaf!!"
After we ate, we headed over to Toy Story Mania. We stopped to watch the Green Army Men for a while
Waiting to go into the show
This was a classic Disney show that they do so well. 3D, but also includes real life elements to make you feel like you're really in the middle of the show, not just seeing it.
Next up, we had plans to see the Frozen Sing Along. This particular day and this particular time, the guy playing the male historian of Arendelle was FABULOUS. He made the whole show. Josh and I were laughing the entire time and it was one of our favorite things of the trip. He was amazing. So much so, that we weren't sure if his jokes were scripted, or improv (spoiler: improv. That explains why his fellow actors were having trouble keeping it together...several times they had to squelch their laughter. The regular scripted show is nothing compared to this guy's performance). We had no idea what to expect in this show, so we just went in with plans to sing loudly enough to embarrass our tween (we succeeded!). At the end of the show, there's one last singing of Let It Go with Elsa up on stage and it "snows" (foam/bubbles) in the theater. The girls were completely surprised and LOVED it.
Now that we had hit all the parks, we talked about our favorite rides and hatched a plan to ride everyone's favorite rides on Day 6. That meant 4 parks in one day, so we had to get to sleep and rest up!