Posted by Kristel Acevedo
On our recent trip to Disney World, we decided to do a character breakfast. Last time we went to Disney World, we went to Chef Mickey’s. It was a lot of fun, and Liam loved meeting and taking photos with Mickey, Minnie, and the rest of the gang. This time, we went to Ohana to have breakfast with Mickey, Pluto, Lilo, and Stitch. Character dining experiences are a great way to get up close and personal with your kid’s favorite Disney characters.
Posted by Erin Loechner
We had just settled into dinner, a steaming combination of apple sausage and dijon asaparagus. Generally, we prepare a separate plate for Bee – avocado, eggs and berries – and then offer her a taste of what we’re having. “You don’t have to like it,” we say. “But you have to try it.”
Posted by Keiko Zoll
As Judah makes his way through the world – in a very literal sense, as he crawls, cruises and learns to walk – those baby steps take him off in new directions away from us as his parents. He’s off to explore his world and do things for himself. It’s a bittersweet part of motherhood – of parenthood, really. On the one hand, you’re proud of your child for their budding achievements but on the other hand, each step forward is another step farther away from the cuddly, snuggly days of babyhood.
Judah’s growing independence reveals to us just how fast our little one is growing up.
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
If it seems like I’ve been a little scarce here at Disney Baby this month, it’s because our family has been a bit preoccupied with getting to know it’s newest member! Our little family of three became a family of four on June 8th with the arrival of our little Clive.