WOW! That's a great description in one word. I have a teenager and a preschooler so it can be very difficult to find things to do all together at times that makes them both happy.
Anyone with a teenage girl will tell you that there is a lot of eye-rolling, arms crossing and foot stomping (simultaneously) going on when you say: Guess what??? We are all going to the Children's Museum!
Now my 3 year old would LOVE that but the teenager, not so much.
We had the good fortune of attending the Disney on Ice show last week as a family. I am very pleased to say that both girls loved it. I think all you have to do is say: Blah, blah, blah, Disney, blah, blah, blah. They only need to hear the word:DISNEY no matter how old they are! Heck I'm 40 and I get excited when I hear it myself!
This show was called Disney on Ice Disneyland Adventure. It starts out with The Incredibles going on a road trip to Disneyland as the 'average' American Family, the Parrs. They take you through the best rides such as: The Haunted Mansion; Pirates of the Caribbean; The Tea Cups. They even have a little bit of the Electric Light parade! It was so cool!
This show really made me feel like I need to get in the car and head to Disneyland when I got home. It's been a few years since we've been there and I have loved it my whole life. Our 3 year old has not been there yet so now I am itching even more to take her after seeing that show.
It was so nice to see both my teenager and preschooler so happy and smiling watching this show.
My little one ate half a bag of cotton candy and wore the Dash mask & light-up wrist bands while she was watching the show and was very concerned about Mickey & Minnie (don't want to give anything away for anyone who hasn't gone yet)....Syndrome trys to cause some trouble which is where The Incredibles come in to help.
We had a great time as a family that night. My 3 year old fell asleep 10 minutes before the show ended and woke up in the car. The first thing she asked us in the car was: Did The Incredibles save Mickey & Minne? It was so cute.
So if you are looking for a family-fun night out and can't afford to take a trip to Disneyland, this show just might be the next best thing.
Here is a way for you to get discounted tickets (4 for $44) in select cities across the country by using the coupon code MOM.
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