- Sep 25, 2012
It is nice to know you have free time! The few times I've tried having 0 plans I get yelled at lolActually who am I kidding, I build downtime into every day...otherwise I just get way too tired...old soul I guess lol. But I find that if the downtime is built into the plan...then I get less antsy about it lol
Yay! So happy you got to see her I am super happy that my stepson and DIL wanted to keep coming over every week during all this. DIL isn't close to her mom and my stepson doesn't get along great with his mom so I'm.....kinda at the top where grandma's are concerned and I won't pretend not to love thatPleased to report that I finally got to hold my granddaughter again last night - my introvert lifestyle is almost back to normal!
If I were coming from as far away as you do I'd definitely do a "down" day. Even when we plan non park time it isn't necessarily resort time. The boys love bowling in DS and I know we'll end up renting those sea raycers again, they just like doing things outside the park! And of course Chris likes sleeping.................I always plan at least one non-park day - I don't call it a resort day though, because it depends how I feel. It might be a read and rest day, or it might be an explore other resorts day, or might be a DS day, just depends on my energy level, and the state of my sore feet
Ha I know you do! I don't mind having a no park day if we're doing DS and going to a lounge or something lolYou know we love resort days in the Sperandeo house. We get to sleep in, have a yummy brunch, chillax at the pool (drink, a lot), and then enjoy an awesome dinner. That is my fav way to spend a Disney day PERIOD!!!
Ooh lmk if she likes it and if her mama does too! I actually started reading book 1 before Ricky did years ago.I'd never heard of these but sounds right up Casey's alley (and maybe her Mamas). Just ordered her the first book so thanks for the heads up!
ok but let's say perfection would be if they served BM's at breakfastGonna have to disagree with ya there sister. Is clearly the best draw
Not in the least. It's what adults are supposed to want.Is it wrong that I would like to see this happen again?
I would too if I were lucky enough to stay for 2 weeks! Our last 10 day trip in 2014 the boys were DONE by like day 7 so we needed a break on day 8. I left them sleeping and hit EMH at MK, then went back and when they got up we went swimming. Everyone was happy!We definitely factor chill days into our trips as we're usually there for at least 2 weeks.
That sounds wonderful but for both of those they'd want me to go. I enjoyed the water craft, mini golf I could take or leave but Disney's courses are so cute.We've also done the mini-golf and water crafts from that area and I have also opted out and stayed by the pool, cocktail in hand and send the males in my life on their merry way
See but there was so much to do there! So your resort/non park day at least wasn't just sitting at the pool. THAT'S what I can't do and the boys don't like doing, we need to be doing something where we're in motion. That sounds like an awesome non park day!Definitely, although not usually a full day. Some down time for a sleep in and pool time is necessary after a few busy park days.
We did have a full resort day at PORS, relaxed at the pool, fishing pond, campfire, carriage ride, outdoor movie.
Depends how many days the trip is of course.