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A Quick Trip to Disney World!

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I do not recommend doing this! This will be a long, probably too detailed post. The links in this post are not affiliate links.

Last month, I took Baby Magic on a quick trip to Disney World. Why was it a quick trip? She has/had a thing about people in costumes with heads...think Mickey and Minnie. Those types of costumes. We can't even go to Chuck E. Cheese's. Granted, the new Chuck is a bit creepy.

For Christmas, I gave her tickets to Disney. If you follow my personal page on IG (@everybody_loves_ro) you most likely saw this video and chuckled a bit at her saying she doesn't think she's "quite ready" for the trip. She was not at all excited. In fact, she asked me to cancel the trip and take her to the movies. Sigh.

The time finally came and she seemed more excited to go. We went over the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.

Timeline
We drove down on Friday, planned to be at Magic Kingdom all day Saturday, and would have breakfast and leave on Sunday.…

Sometimes You Just Have To Get It Out

Emotions make you cry some times. 
So far this has been a tough year for me in several different areas of my life. I’m usually very calm and pulled together. Lately I have been completely losing my shit. While I’m not at the point that I want to discuss any of the madness I have going on, I will say that showing your children you are not a machine is important. At the end of last year, I probably could count the number of times my daughter actually saw me cry. That has changed.

In raising little humans, we have to be sure to let them know that all days will not be filled with sunshine and rainbows. There will be hard times. Learning how to process your emotions will make you a better person. I had not been doing that for my daughter.
Over this past weekend, she went to spend some time with her grandparents and I spent time cleaning her playroom. I probably went a little overboard. Ok, a lot overboard. When she got home and saw how “clean” it was, she had a mild panic attack and went …