Well, you’ll never guess where we are? Disney World! The hubs and I surprised the girls on the way down here, and they’re beyond thrilled that they’re FINALLY getting to go! The boys are staying with my parents for the first half of the week, and the in-laws will watch them the second half. I know I’ll miss them so much, but it really makes it so much easier to enjoy, when we can focus on the girls, and make memories with them. We are extremely grateful that our family can help us out with this!
I also like to have the house completely straight and all the laundry completed before I even begin packing. In addition, I have a better scope of the upcoming weather, and I’m not packing too many outfits. That way I’m not turning the house upside down, looking for something, and I know the 10-day forecast, so I’m all set for what to wear. Since the bug hit, the house wasn’t as straight as I’d have liked, but hey, we made it here, right?
Toiletries and Make-Up
Work-out Gear (if you’re feeling extra productive)
Snacks and Drinks (for the car ride and in the room)
Trash Bags (for dirty laundry)
Ziploc Bags (to store your fat Sharpie pen for autographs, your autograph books, camera, phones, a small towel, change of clothes)
Pull-Ups (in our case)
Phone and Computer Chargers
Spare Change (for fountains and pressed penny machines)
Six-Pack Size Cooler is allowed in the park.
Animals/Dolls they sleep with
Ribbon (to tie around the handle of the stroller, to spot it easier)
Glow Stick (good idea for easily spotting the stroller at night)
Swords, Light Sticks, Wands, etc. from the Dollar Store (in case they’re begging you for one of the expensive ones at the park, come nightfall)
Ear Plugs (for the kids, during the fireworks)
Mini First-Aid Kit
Lightweight Bag (to bring with you into the park)
Pet Tags (to attach to your children’s shoes)
Gum (it isn’t sold out any of the parks)
*Remember to label everything!