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I'm back home from a wonderful week in Disney - we've been going since my DD was born and this was our 9th trip as a family and it was the best one yet! Kids were more adventurous so we tried new things, they were able to last much longer and we stayed in the parks late and did lots of nighttime activities. It was a perfect family vacation and now I have to wait a whole year before I go back
So glad your trip was great! I agree with everyone else - start planning the next one and the great memories will take the place of the blues. I think the planning is almost as much fun as the trip - almost!
Can't wait for trip alone with DD August 2012 at AKLV!!! Me&Hubby Daughter and Son
We all suffer from a Disney addiction here. So we totally understand. A Disney addiction is better than most & maybe worse than others. It's not a cheap addiction but much healthier than some alternatives. A Disney addiction is still difficult to cope with when we return home & have to come down from our high. MY DH threatens to send me to the local rehab clinic or stage an intervention the next time we come home & I mope around for too long. I doubt that they would admit me to detox on the diagnosis of a "Disney addiction".
On the other hand maybe they should. I think if I even had to be away from these Disney boards for too long, I might suffer from some serious withdrawal.
Planning a trip to WDW is like planning a wedding... If you expect things to be flawless, you will be sadly disappointed. If you know that there will be less than perfect times & decide to just laugh them off, then you will be excited when you find the magic all around you.