"Follow ol' Rafiki, he knows de way!"
Look! A dinglehopper!
We were back at the Magic Kingdom, with plans to stay there until they closed. First up was a fastpass for Peter Pan's Flight, but everyone stopped on the way to see if they could pull Excalibur from the stone.
No worries, we moved on with our day. Of course, because we were close by, yet another spin on the teacups was requested. I wasn't eager to abuse my vestibular system, so Josh went with them this time. He may have been slightly regretting his choices by the time he was done
We decided to ride Little Mermaid again, but to wait in the regular line so we could see what the decorations were in there
After the ride, we were all hungry, so we grabbed a late lunch at Pinocchio's Village Haus. Sedona had plans to ride Seven Dwarfs' that afternoon, so she made Secora pinky promise that it was a fun ride.
We had a little bit of time to kill before our Seven Dwarfs' fast pass, so Josh took the little girls on the carousel again
She looks terrified, but she actually liked it
Everyone took a short walk over to Splash Mountain to check out the drop and the big girls decided not to ride, but Secora said she wanted to. It was a 50 minute wait, so we went to stand in line while Josh took the girls to look through the gift shop. Sedona spied a soft blanket that looked like an owl when you rolled it up, but she wasn't sure if she wanted to get it. Sierra was eyeing things like piggy poop soap
It was getting pretty close to our dinner reservation time, so we started wandering towards the front of the park. All three girls decided to spend some of their souvenir money getting a custom painted umbrella with their name on it. They all picked the basic (and cheap) design of just flowers and their name, but they all apparently thought they were only getting one picture of flowers. They were pleasantly surprised when we picked up the umbrellas later and all the panels were painted.
On the way to dinner, we stopped to watch this little bunny rabbit, can you find him?
We snagged a photo pass photographer to do the real shot
Next up, we had a date with Winnie the Pooh and his friends at the Crystal Palace. We had a great table at the edge of the room and happened to come in at a point in the character rotation where we got to sit down and eat most of our meal before the characters came by. The girls got up to march in the friendship parade at one point
Tigger was next. Of course, he was a favorite
Tigger saying bye to Secora
The last order of business for the night was the watch the fireworks and the Electrical Parade (which they will be stopping soon!)