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Old 07-09-2018, 09:24 AM   #16
BMartin77
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Our son is a big driver in us going back again and again. He was four the first time that we went to WDW. It was just two days at TMK (on the way to visit my in laws in Tampa) but we enjoyed it and he was captivated by several things but especially Wishes and Spectro Magic.



We went back two years later for an entire week and that vacation was absolutely covered in pixie dust. Everything was magic and magical things just kept happening. We were hooked after that and went back about every two years so it's part of his experience of growing up. He's now about to turn 18 and start his senior year of HS. He's taller than me and an Eagle Scout and WDW is a treasured part of his life and childhood. It's his happy place where we share a lot of wonderful memories.



For my wife and me, it's a chance to be kids again and to leave the real world behind. We forget about our cares and the cares of the world and have fun and be taken care of.
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