We arrived in Orlando on Saturday safely. And that's about all I'm
going to say about that because that was the highlight. The kids were
beside themselves with exhaustion and I was extremely frustrated. No one was
at their best. Safe arrival. Check.
Sunday we headed to Hollywood Studios bright and early. Of course, I had a written schedule and as per tradition, first on the list was Toy Story Mania. Even though we got there early, it was still about a 30 minute line. Thankfully, that was about the longest line we waited in the whole trip. We had the smarts to get a Fastpass before we got into line for later in the day because by the time we got off the ride, there were no Fastpasses left. We ended up going on Toy Story Mania three times that day. It's one of the best. We decided that although the ride itself is the same as Disneyland, the decor of the waiting/queuing area is much better at WDW.
Jakson was so brave this trip. Even though he was worried about going on Rockin' Roller Coaster (the biggest roller coaster at WDW-goes upside down), he went with Zak anyway. I was very very proud. We've come so far from two years ago. We've even come far since our trip to Disneyland back in February. It's amazing the strides he's made in conquering his anxiety. He told me after riding that was quite nervous and didn't want to do it again, but I don't care if he ever does it again because he TRIED IT ONCE! Huge step.