Disney Cruise: New Friends, New Experiences, New Foods
Disclaimer: I just returned home a cruise aboard the #DisneyWonder and 2 days at #DisneyWorld for #DisneySMMC. Part of this experience was compensated. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are strictly my own!
Over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing some posts about the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration I just attended. I’ll spread them out so I don’t overload you, but I do have a lot of excellent Disney World and Disney Cruise travel information that grandparents and parents will find helpful, so keep an eye open for future posts!
Disney Cruise at Dinner Time
Today I’m beginning by introducing you to our dinner companions every night on the ship. Because I didn’t have my own grandchildren with me I adopted these three adorable little girls and their mom for the duration of the cruise.
Motherhood meets NanaHood
How appropriate was it that Lori’s blog is A Day in Motherhood and I’m NanaHood? The fact that we shared a table was random but now that I’ve adopted her and her girls….it couldn’t have worked out better.
Every night I looked forward to hearing about their day and their experiences. On this particular night two of the girls had been magically turned into princesses and were going to the onboard Frozen show later in the evening. The sister who does not have glitter and her hair up is into sports and did NOT want to be a princess, which as the middle child I would expect no less from her. All middle children are different in a good way. My mom was a middle child and our middle child marches to the beat of a different drummer. So march on sister #2! You all three rocked…you just do it in ways as unique as each of you!
The three of them were so much fun and so adorable I wanted to bring them home with me but their mom refused. She did, however, reserve the right to ship them to me here in Kentucky all the way from Texas if when they got home they refused to clean their room or do their homework (which they would never, ever do).
A Day In Motherhood
This is Lori from A Day in Motherhood. (Please visit her blog and tell her NanaHood says Hello!) She was so much fun and a super good mom to her girls. I’m hoping she will come to Kentucky one day and bring her daughters. We can go pick some blueberries on our farm, cook up some delicious blueberry muffins or pies, visit Mammoth Cave, ride around the farm in our Ranger and play with dogs (as many and as long as they want).
This was chocolate cake with a walnut crunchy type crust and raspberry sauce on the side. I could have eaten the whole cake (thank goodness they brought me a small piece).
This was my husband’s dessert and what Lori chose as well. Chocolate cheesecake. All three of us licked our plates, which embarrassed the three little girls immensely but hey, that’s what parents and grandparents are for!
This is a blog hop! Would love for you to link up a post and tell me about your cruise or a fabulous desert you have had lately! Have a great week! Teresa