one of my favorite photographers had an article recently about how to photograph your child while on vacation - specifically at disneyland. i love the way her pictures turned out. i think it captures the essence and magic of a day at the happiest place on earth. here are more photos from that trip - what an inspiration! i found a code for a free shutterfly book and i'm already planning on making an album of our trip. won't that be so fun to look at years from now?
i think ruby will love the teacups. lately, she's been trying to climb into dan's office chair that spins. sometimes we'll sit her up there and gently spin her around. she giggles and claps her hands and thinks its the greatest thing ever.
two things we must do while we are there: 1) get ruby's silhouette cut out on main street and 2) get her a pair of mickey ears with her name embroidered on the back.
i also might want to make some shirts like this one. i just need to get my hands on a silhouette cutting machine. seriously, how cool would it be if we were all wearing shirts like these?!
in other news, i read this article and it made me so sad. they can't change club 33! it's just wrong.
and also - did you know they almost didn't put pirates of the caribbean at disneyworld? they were going to do a cowboy and indian themed dark ride. wouldn't that be different? i learned that and a bunch of stuff when i watched this video. yeah, i watched the whole thing. plus, you get to see the mermaids that used to hang out where the submarines are do their swimming audition. so funny! and this video is pretty fun too. once you start watching vintage disneyland shows, you can't stop!