The weather is getting colder, and my dry skin is becoming even more dry than it already was. Therefore, I had to completely change my skin regimen to fulfill new needs and I also started trying some new products a few months ago. Now that most of the products are empty, I can share all my new information with you!

Cleanser: First, I completely changed my face wash. I have two in my shower for different needs. The first one, which I use everyday day/night is the first aid beauty face cleanser. I tried this because I heard great things about the brand and I was looking for something that was not too harsh for every day use. I finished the tube and I love it. It doesn’t have a scent and is gentle which was great for my skin. As the weather changed, I began to break out more so this helped my skin clear up and keep the break outs from occurring. Next, I plan on trying all the other products in the line.

But, when I do get a breakout or two during that time of the month I use the first aid beauty face wash first then follow-up with the humane benzoyl peroxide face wash. I found out about this product from a girl I follow on instagram and she’s also a blogger so I trusted her opinion and purchased it (I’ll link her below). It is not full of chemicals, is cruelty free as well as paraben and fragrance free. It dries up breakouts quickly due to the high percentage of benzoyl peroxide if you apply it as soon as you feel a breakout forming. I use it to “spot treat” rather than an overall face wash because it has dried my skin out when doing so. Instead of using it as an overall cleanser, I apply it to areas I feel a breakout forming and allow it to dry then rinse.

serums/oils: From my last skin care post, I don’t really use facial oils as much now because like I said my skin is getting desert dry. I needed products that would absorb instantly yet oils sit on my skin for a while and I won’t feel hydrated for a few hours. Yet I still use rosehip oil in combination with a moisturizer if I feel it’s needed. I also began using tamanu oil to make my skin tone even. I’ve read great things about the oil so I apply it about 3-5 times a week to help with my overall skin tone. I don’t use it daily because it is a heavier oil and I don’t want to over hydrate my skin (yes that is a thing).

Moisturizer: Now, I’m not gonna lie I have been a moisturizer collector this fall/winter. I literally am obsessed with finding products that keep moisture. Because my skin is so dry, a lot of products start off moisturizing yet end with my skin feeling even more dry than before. As I age, I want to take care of my skin especially knowing I inherited my bad skin from my dad and there is potential for it to get worse. I added a retinol moisturizer to my regimen to better my skin long-term. Retinol is a great item to add to you skin care, I highly suggest researching it! Aside from that my everyday holy grail moisturizer(s) that I have been using day/night is Belif the true cream, this stuff is heaven in a jar, But paired with laneige moisture cream, they answer all my skin needs. It is not necessary to use both, but I enjoy them together because while they are both moisturizing they make my skin supple and smooth and I like the heavier cream texture of the laneige cream. Since it is colder I am leaning towards more creams to really hydrate and stay hydrated. A great drugstore alternative to these moisturizers that I also sometimes use is the neutrogena hydro boost water gel. Also, I am becoming a K-Beauty junky for skin care. Korean’s are known for their impeccable skin, so I have now branched off into korean beauty products versus american which I will do a blog post on if you would like. I’ve used a few products and I honestly can see why their products are becoming widely available so if you interested in that post let me know 😊

Face masks/Peels: Lastly, some of my favorite masks are the aztec clay with apple cider vinegar. I steam my face for a few minutes before and steam while the mask is on once a week to deep clean. My favorite peel off mask is this egg white mask. I use it when I notice my surface isn’t as smooth. I also branched off into the chemical peels at home just to see if they work. I used the dr. dennis gross peel and while I have not used it everyday like suggested, I do enjoy it. I did notice changes in my skin days after using one treatment. I try not to overwork my skin, so generally mask 1-2 times week and a day that I do not mask I exfoliate with my favorite that I make with is brown sugar and honey.

I know it seems lengthy, but as I get older I want to baby my skin and take care of it as much as I can. I am now the girl who will invest in skin care and get excited about it lol. I’m thinking about taking on a full k-beauty regimen which consists of about 9-11 steps! My 2018 summer goal is to have clear baby skin and abs lol. Let us know in the comments what your favorite products are! I would like to try some of your recommendations.


If you’re looking for natural ways for overall health including external and internal, check out @likeagoddess101 on instagram.

Also the girl I mentioned above for product inspiration is @roselynm on instagram. She also has a blog petite plus one. She focuses on parenting and she is complete mom-goals especially if you’re a millennial mom.

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Are you tired of my Disney posts yet? lol. We just got back from our holiday trip and it was amazing to say the least. As I mentioned in my last post, we have never been this time of year and everything was as if it was the first time. All the parks were decorated in holiday decorations which is my favorite time of year, the parks were playing carols and all of the shows somehow revolved around the holidays. It also was cooler in weather so I enjoyed being comfortable wandering the parks. Lines didn’t seem as bad and days didn’t seem that long because we were comfortable where as in spring/summer months, your mind is on the unbearable heat and nothing else.

Our first day in the parks, we went to Epcot. My last experience at epcot was the worst but this time I enjoyed it. If you’re unfamiliar with this particular park, it’s all about being a world traveler! You get to experience foods unique to places like China, Canada, France and many more with shows and shops. They are known by adults as the park where alcohol is sold literally everywhere. While it is not a park with an abundance of rides, there are some great ones there to make up for it and it is fun to experience different cultures.

Our second day was spent at Magic Kingdom and we also attended Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. It was a night full of shows revolving around the holidays, amazing fireworks, hot chocolate, the best parade I ever saw at Disney and lots of snow. Yes, Disney made it snow multiple times lol.

Our third day was spent at Animal Kingdom, and while it was the least decorative of them all, Pandora and the flight of passage ride makes up for it all. We also did the safari at night time which was a first for us, and it was nice seeing all the animals roam. During the day, the animals are usually doing absolutely nothing. Unfortunately, we didn’t get our yearly photo at the tree of life 😞

Lastly we went to Hollywood Studios. While this is the smallest park, Harper’s favorite show is there which is the frozen ever after show. I was relieved to see that the finale song was not let it go, instead Elsa and Anna sung new songs. They also made it snow (of course). Additionally, there is a new show called Jingle Bell Jingle Bam for the holidays with fireworks and lots of snow as well at closing time to end your night in a festive mood.

Honestly it was magical experiencing the happiest place on earth during the best season of the year. While it’s not quite Christmas, it was a great way to start the season. We loved all of the decorations and new shows that are specifically for this time of year. We have officially been on every ride in all the parks and feel super accomplished as well. If you’ve been to Disney, you know that riding everything in one trip is nearly impossible. Other than that, please enjoy all the photos! Now that we have been during this season where it is festive, I would recommend going during this time of year. Be careful not to book directly around holidays to prevent parks reaching capacity but other than that I say do it! The only downside is, it may be too cool for the pool some days and if your child is like Harper they are still dying to swim even while it is 60 degrees with a blanket and jacket on! Aside from that, Disney is enjoyable any time of the year, because well, its Disney.. lol. Before we end this post, what are your Disney tips and hacks? As well as what is your favorite ride? I’m curious to know how you all get through Disney if you have been 🙂

Happy Holidays to you all as well, thank you so much for being on this journey of blogging with me! I appreciate it so much.


As we get ready to go back to Disney, I wanted to share some of Harper’s outfits with you. This is our first time going where the weather is on the cooler side, which means she can really dress up. In the spring/summer months, the heat is unbearable sometimes, so usually during those trips I go for comfort and function rather than style. Her outfits usually consist of Disney shirts paired with denim shorts/sweat shorts and shoes I know she’ll be able to run around in all day. Yet, this time we’re packing cute outfits with jackets for night-time and even taking some of her princess dresses to wear in the park! This is her first time going while the Christmas decorations are up, so I am treating it like her first time. Meaning, the pictures have to be special lol. After taking her so many times in the spring, I didn’t care what either of us wore, instead I always tried to take photos in the same place for memory sake to show her growth. I’ll link all clothing items in each outfit if still available and will do an updated post with pictures from the trip once we return. If you are new here, reference my conquering disney & universal post for additional deets.

When packing Harper’s suitcase, I of course pack pajamas for each night and double the amount of underwear for her. I map out her outfits before hand according to park/day/weather and usually pack an extra outfit or two if we do a “nice” dinner as well as if she gets her clothes dirty. She’s rather good about keeping her clothes clean (knocks on wood) so sometimes I just change her outfit for the sake of pictures lol.

day 1: airport day 

tshirt: mickey mouse

sweatpants: mickey trousers

denim jacket: two years old

sneakers: stan smiths (gold)

mickey hat: from Magic Kindgom

day 2: first park day

outfit 1: leather jacket: gap (no longer on site)

tshirtmickey b&w

skirtcorduroy skirt

sneakersstan smiths (gold)

outfit 2: sweatshirt: (bought oversized) minnie sweatshirt

shorts: (old)

sneakersstan smiths (gold)

day 3: second park day

outfit 1: tshirtstar wars shirt

shorts: preppy shorts

bomber in header photo: (old from river island)

sneakers: stan smiths

outfit 2: cape: (old by brand cat & jack)

tshirt: (old from target)

jeans: (old from zara)

sneakers: plimsolls

crown headband: (old from h&m)

day 4 & 5: third & fourth park day

outfit 1: sweatshirtsequin sweatshirt

biker shorts: I made them! lol

sneakersstan smiths

outfit 2: dressmickey holiday dress

sneakersstan smiths (gold)

airport must haves:

mickey mouse bookbag: bought in magic kindom

headphones: cat headphones

mickey pillow pet: bought in magic kingdom

& an iPad with downloaded movies of course!

lastly, some tips and tricks for shopping for Disney apparel are:

  1. Stores like gap, old navy, and target always have Disney clothing! Zara has just recently added Disney merchandise; they have a lot for all seasons and sizes.
  2. For little girls, wander into the boy’s section! If you do purchase t-shirts from the boy’s section, size down. Harper is a 3T in girls, yet in boy’s clothing I buy 18 months. Buying smaller makes the shirts look slimmer (like a girl’s shirt would), aren’t as long and by rolling up the sleeves it makes it look cuter!
  3. For toddlers, if something is only sold in big kids,  get it. Harper’s sweatshirts are all from the big kid section at Zara which starts at age 5. I often buy depending on how I plan to style it. For example, the black sweatshirt is a 5. It fit’s a little loose but for a sweatshirt and biker short outfit it’s adorable. Also, the grey sweatshirt is a size 8 but looks adorable put on as a dress with the sleeves folded up. I paired it with shorts just in case it’s a little chilly.
  4. When you do go to Disney, buy merchandise! Her mickey mouse items are high quality and won’t be found in traditional Disney stores. Also, her mickey mouse hat is custom with her name embroidered on the back (keepsake ideas).
  5. Only pack shoes you know your child can tolerate. Disney is not the time or place to break in new shoes.

6. Keep the Disney magic alive and try to incorporate it in every aspect of the trip, even for adults. My favorite part from the trip itself is buying clothes and pajamas so that everything is disney.


Okay, I know I’ve been missing but I promise it’s for good reason! It’s currently Sunday, so tomorrow is the beginning of week 8 in my 10 week school term for the fall and it’s been hectic to say the least. As graduation is approaching I have been pressuring myself more than usual to meet deadlines, complete things ahead of time etc. Which brings us to this blog post. A lot of you would ask me on my social media how I take care of a crazy 3 year old and take so many courses, and my answer is I have no idea but I do have tips and tricks. At my university the maximum credit amount is 20 which is standard I believe and after my first year I began taking 17-20 credits. Now, my first year I did listen to my advisors and take 12-15 credits but it wasn’t for me! It seemed so slow to me, I found myself procrastinating because I knew I didn’t have a lot of work to complete and I honestly just was bored. That’s 4-5 courses if they’re 3 credit courses or 3-4 if they’re 4 credits and when you think about it that means your days are rather short and straight forward and unfortunately I need complexity in my life lol. When things are too easy for me, I don’t even apply myself so I knew something had to give.

I applied that same thought process to my course load so knowing that 12-15 credits wasn’t asking enough of me for me to really feel pressured to succeed I did what they tell you not to do. “Stay in the 15 credit range, do not go anywhere upward of 16 credits”. Yet after two terms of being modest, I took my first try at taking 18 credits. Everyone told me I was crazy but I enjoyed the pressure. I literally thrive under it, and I know that about myself so regardless of what my advisor recommended, she didn’t know me.. I mean let’s be realistic she speaks to over 100 students, how would she know what conditions work best for me especially after meeting me once or twice? Lol. Anyways, my first term taking 18 credits was my first time on the deans list. Do you see the correlation there? Exactly!

In order for me to stay focused I relied on my iPad Pro more than anything. I carried it to class like it was my baby, and I truly credit the apps notability and grade hound for my success.

Notability is just that, notes. Yet more advanced, more organized and easy on the eyes. It allows you to create sections such as terms, topics etc then you can create sub-sections which are commonly my classes. I prefer it over a notebook because it’s easy to find everything. I know computers offer these apps as well but on my iPad I was allowed to type and hand write on my iPad in courses where computers were not allowed. Or even when my courses were going over topics I wanted to make sure I interpreted, I would opt to hand write (best way to memorize). On a standard computer you’re not offered that luxury. Also, you can store your notes. When you traditionally hand write on paper, you’re using multiple notebooks or trash your notes, instead I keep mine under their specific term in the app. It allows me to go back to my notes from earlier classes which has proved helpful cause I have taken courses that go more in-depth then other courses and there are my notes to save me. Lastly, you can record your lectures. So when you go back to your notes and play your recording, it will tell you what you were writing at that exact point in the Audio recording incase you missed something. Below will be a few pictures of my notes and my to-do lists that I use this app for so you can visually see what I’m blabbering about.

Grade Hound was a life saver for me. If I had to pay 10 dollars for the app I would lol. It allows you to insert the information from your syllabi’s such as grades in points/percentages for assignments that will contribute to your grade, what work will be completed when which then will alert you when an assignment’s due date is approaching (the life saving part) and instructor information, meeting times, and you can do this under semesters/terms. So I know your probably like okay Aja I can do that on my own. What changed my life was that way to often did my professors hand me back graded assignments yet didn’t update my grade on blackboard, so I really had no idea where I stood in the class. On the app, you can put your grades for the assignments and since it knows how much it contributes to your overall grade it will also tell you your overall GPA for that term/semester! By seeing that every day, I knew when I had to really put my best foot forward on an assignment or when I knew I could be a little lazy cause I could afford to go down .2 points lol. It also tells you your exact grade percentage, so you knew if you were 1% shy of a letter grade change. I swear, it literally changed my life. I should probably thank my boyfriend for my iPad lol.

Aside from staying overly organized which is a must to stay on track, I think it boils down to how you perceive yourself. Do you find that you enjoy lighter course loads because they allow flexibility? Or, do you think by increasing your courseload you can really focus more? Like I said, I don’t necessarily have an answer but I can tell you why I took the risk, and how I found out that it worked for me.. and, a big bonus is the more credits you take the sooner you graduate AKA the sooner you have to stop paying your expensive tuition! By increasing my courseload I cut off an entire year from my initial graduation date. Additionally, be smart about what courses you register for. I usually take 1-2 core classes because they require more time and effort and then the rest are courses specific to my major but on topics I would enjoy. This way you don’t feel like every course is gonna drive you crazy and I take an elective or two to break up the seriousness of my schedule. So, I would never take a math, science, and english at once because they’re usually the courses that require time. I create excel sheets to map out my school career up until graduation to plan when I will take courses to stay organized and on top of that as well. If you go into registration knowing what to apply for it’ll be way easier on you and apply for an extra “just because” Course Incase you want to drop something else that way you have a safe spot to rely on and still can maintain that credit amount! Then if you find your schedule is fine, you can drop the just because course. See where I’m going with this?

Realistically, I don’t think there is a how to guidebook on taking so many credits, but if you don’t feel the standard amount is working for you, I say try it. Don’t be afraid to do what they tell you not to do, you know yourself better than anyone. But if you fail, withdraw from a course or end up on academic probation please don’t blame me 🙂


Harper is three now and has been to all the disney parks as well as universal studios, islands of adventures and the new water park volcano bay more than once. I wanted to share my own personal tips and tricks that I make sure to abide for her trips as well as tips that I have picked up from my mom over the years. My mom is like an expert at disney and I swear at this point they should hire her to help families. I’ve never wandered the park lost and we always found the easiest way to do our trips to make them the most enjoyable. Before I get into the actual details of the parks, I wanted to mention a few details that I always make sure harper has to make it easier on us. First, I purchased a compact stroller that had a fair recline, was durable, still appealing to the eye and easy to fold. As a baby, Harper had an orbit baby system, if you’ve seen the stroller system you may know it looks impossible to travel with. They sell a travel bag but for a stroller that is near a thousand dollars, I didn’t even want to risk putting it on the plane for the fear of it getting lost or damaged. So, I opted to purchase the Maxi-Cosi Kaia . There are way more compact strollers on the market such as the BabyZen YoYo and the GB pockit currently but unfortunately these weren’t on the market when we began our yearly trips. So the Kaia was as easy as it was going to get. It folds up like a traditional umbrella stroller, it closes by two levers on the handles and also opens with them therefore it’s easy as can be, but it has a nice weight to it that I feel good about it. It has a cupholder but ours got lost on our first flight so if you opt to get the stroller I would take it off before checking it at the gate. Aside from the details, I would ensure to have a stroller that will make it easy on you whether your traveling alone or with a group. Having a stroller that is compact is vital. I also feared an expensive stroller would stand out too much in the parks. Not that I think anyone would steal but I rather be safe than sorry lol. Alongside her stroller that has survived all our trips, I purchased an extended sun canopy. Harper HATES being hot so I know I did not want the Florida sun glaring on my baby. I did my research and decided to purchase the Summer infant rayshade. It folds up and is easy to attach to any stroller because of the Velcro straps. On her stroller it literally blocks out all the sun because of how lengthy it is (photo attached) which comes in handy for park trips during the peak sun hours and when she decides to sleep. Also, when she was still on a sippy cup, I had a sippy cup strap attached to her stroller so that I never had to worry about her throwing her cup, it accidentally falling or even just losing it. Lastly, my favorite thing is a stroller organizer bag. Every time I use it I am so thankful for it. It makes life so easy because everything is so accessible by having a bag that is attached via stroller handles. When she was younger, it would be filled with diapers as well as a wipe case and since its insulated her cups stayed cold. Anything else such as chapstick, SPF, phone chargers and even my phone and card holder sat in it. Because its small it allows you to not have to put anything in the under storage of the stroller which eases stress when folding the stroller and the bag also doesn’t get in the way when folding. It has been a lifesaver, especially  in the summer. The last thing you want to be responsible for is carrying a heavy bag. It makes you prioritize what to take and if anything valuable is in the bag you can put it in your pocket when you park the stroller for rides.  Now that those details are talked about lets move to the actual trip.

DISNEY WORLD: (the harder of the two to conquer)

Starting with the airport departure, I try to make it as exciting for her as possible. She always wears some type of Micky ensemble, has her mickey ears handy and I buy her a suitcase with her favorite characters to tow through the airport like a big girl. Inside her suitcase, I purchase themed pajamas for her to sleep in every night so she has something to look forward to that morning. Gap has always been my go to for good quality disney pajamas and she really does like picking which outfit to sleep in at night. We also purchase disney bathing suits, custom ears, all the bells and whistles to make her experience as personal and memorable as can be! For the airplane, I download her favorite movies that I know she’ll enjoy. Netflix allows you to download movies so that when the device is on airplane mode they can be streamed as well as the xfinity app. Alongside that, Harper always has her own kiddy headphones. Airplane rides can be rough with young children so I’ve always opted to choose to fly when I know she would sleep. Whether it be later at night or a 6am flight, I rather a sleeping child then the child on the plane who is going crazy sitting still. I always pack a blanket and socks for her and a Mickey Mouse pillow pet as well to lay down. If going to disney, from the airport you are given the option to utilize the magic express to arrive to your onsite hotel for convenience as well.

Once we arrive, I learned from my mom it’s best to stay on site at the parks and is worth the extra money. We have never stayed off site at disney or universal because staying on site allows you to catch their complimentary bus service to all the parks. It’s way easier to catch a bus that runs every 5-10 minutes than worry about renting a car, gas, parking etc. Disney and Universal both have an abundance of hotels to choose from to fit every price range so do your research to find what works best for you. Staying onsite also allows for easier access to take a mid-day break for lunch, naps or even the pool. The hotels also just further the experience so It’s worth it. Also get magic bands and load your tickets so you don’t have to worry about locating tickets. While younger children don’t necessarily need them, Harper has always had one so she doesn’t feel left out. They come in different colors and you can also purchase pins to decorate. Lastly, park hopper tickets are the best. It gives you more freedom overall so it is worth it.

My mom reccomends utilizing the Disney experience app, reading fellow bloggers advice before hand, and booking fast passes as well as dining reservations as soon as possible because everything does book up. She also says don’t be ashamed to be the person that creates a disney binder to stay organized. I have seen these binders first hand but they do help because when we arrive we aren’t wandering around lost. She also lives by the rule that rather than stand in line to take pictures with the characters, book character dining. One, it saves you from the heat if you’re there during summer moths but also, the characters come to the tables and interact with the children without rushing. Harper has enjoyed meeting all the princesses while eating her food in the air, aka a very happy baby.

While there (we generally attend during april for birthday reasoning), at magic kingdom you can go to the Main Street post office to receive personalized pins such as Birthday pins, anniversary pins or First visit pins. The cast members look for them and will always mention a happy birthday or special acknowledgement when they do notice it. 

Overall must do’s & do not miss for Disney World: 

1) Magic Kingdom – 3pm main street parade, wishes fireworks at 10pm and main street electrical parade at 9pm.  Take lots of pictures at magic kingdom for obvious reasons. 

2) Animal Kingdom – the Lion King musical and finding Nemo musical. The Avatar flight of passage ride is a must for adults and older children. Harper enjoyed this section of the park because Pandora illuminates when the sun sets. 

3) Hollywood Studios – Fantasmic at 9pm is the best, Beauty and the Beast stage show, Disney Jr Show, and the Frozen show.

4) Epcot – Illuminations is a must. We enjoyed seeing different cultures and if you purchase a passport at the park you can receive a stamp as you travel through Epcot. 

Universal Studio’s: 

Universal is more so geared towards the adults. When Harper was younger, she was too short to get on most rides and wasn’t familiar with the characters under Universal such as shrek and the Simpson’s. She was excited to be there none the less, but would get aggravated that she ended up in the child swap rooms while she knew everyone else was on rides. I often had to cheer her up with snacks, cotton candy and purchasing toys. In hindsight, I would’ve never taken her prior to our most recent trip. Our most recent trip she was tall enough for rides even though some of them may be too intense. Universal does have splash pads to occupy kids as well as a few super kid friendly rides. But if your child is under 4 or is 3 and short for their age, I would just wait.. Universal is worth it to me, but after taking her to disney where she could do everything, I hated the feeling of her feeling left out. Also, Universal is not nearly as massive as disney and all their parks. It’s still a lot of walking but you can cover the parks in 2-3 days with ease. Harper did however enjoy volcano bay. We attended on opening day and they have a few larger pools as well as a wave pool that she refused to leave. While of course she is too small fo the actual rides, it was a nice change from the hotel pool. My advice for Universal is not as a extensive because for a toddler, I think it can be skipped if your main focus is your child having fun. We usually added Universal to our agenda in order to make sure the adults had their fun. 

But for both trips I’ve learned that looking attractive is so unimportant in the summer months. I went from packing denim shorts and cute tops to all work out clothes. I always pack one pair or sandals and sneakers I know I can walk in for hours. Your feet will hurt regardless but do not take on the parks as a fashion show lol. At most I pack one outfit for dinner if we have a free day. Even for harper, at first I would dress her up but now we simply rely on jersey shorts and T-shirt’s and whatever shoes she wishes. This last trip she conquered the parks in crocs because she hates sneakers and how her feet get hot. So overall, it’s really the little details to keep in mind. Comfort, sunscreen and planning your trip are all how you will survive. If you need specific items don’t rely on purchasing them upon arrival. They’ll be expensive or won’t be onsite at all. If you don’t want to pack items such as diapers or wipes or even snacks, utilize amazon and have them shipped to your hotel! (Parent hack lol) I hope our tips and tricks ease your anxiety of the parks. The best thing you can do to prepare however is to look at the crowd predictors to ensure you book when the crowds are not as heavy. It makes all the difference when the park is not crowded. The disney parks also generally have extra magic hours which allows them to close later for those staying onsite so don’t feel pressured to complete everything. Those extra 1-2 hours where the park is filled with only hotel guest makes a huge difference. Universal also will open earlier for hotel guest which as well makes a difference. Most people won’t wake up earlier therefore you can get those rides in that you really want to get on before the lines have long wait times. Other than that, have fun. We’ve enjoyed the parks everytime we go regardless if its every year. We still haven’t rode everything at magic kingdom which were determined to do it. But, we love it. It’s really worth it and all children deserve to go. There is no better feeling than seeing Harper’s face when she sees her favorite characters or the shows. If you have any questions email me, if I cant answer them directly I will have my mom assist. 

Happy planning and don’t get overwhelmed!