35th Birthday Ideas
I've been a listener to Lou's podcast for a while but this is my first post to the forums. So, please be gentle. :yes:
I will be down at WDW for Mother's Day this year (we have two boys) and my wife's 35th birthday will be the following day (May 12th). Although she's not as big a Disney geek as I am I would like to make her 35th birthday special in some way.
I've already heard that I should get her a birthday button for the day and order a cake for our dinner at Teppan Edo's that night.
What other ideas do you guys have to celebrate?
:welcome2: to DWT, jedimick!
Why not treat her to some time at one of WDW's spas? There are many options and price ranges available.
There is a special Mother's Day brunch at Epcot, if it is not booked up already. Mother's Day 2008
You can also check out Birthday Ideas for Adults for some more ideas!
Have fun, and an early Happy Birthday to your wife!
Grand Tea at the Grand Floridian what a true ladies experience, and it would be awesome on Mother's Day.
I just celebrated my 30th Birthday at WDW and DCL and had a BLAST! My daughter made sure she told all the CMs it was my Birthday (incase they didn't know by the birthday button I got a check in). We will also be traveling for Mother's Day as well this year (3 moms together). My suggestion to you is this - ask your wife how she would like to celebrate Mother's Day and her 35th. Have her be "Queen for a Day" on each of the days (or maybe the whole week?). Eat at the restaurants she wants, go on her favorite rides, her favorite shops, etc. Another suggestion is to book her a Spa treatment at one of the amazing Spas on the property. A day where you and the boys go off and do something and she has a "mom minute" might be nice (just don't do anything too memorable that she'll feel as though she missed out on something special).
As a heads up - if your boys are feeling left out - you can "pretend" it's their birthday as well. If you go into a restaurant you can mention that it's child a's birthday one night and child b's the next. For the many times I've been to WDW & DL no one has ever asked for a birth certificate as proof.
I was very lucky to spend my 35th birthday last year at WDW and in the MK... The day was finished off with going to MNSSHP too!
I think finding a special Disney gift--whether it be a Mickey charm or a snowglobe or something that might have a special meaning for her--given to her during Wishes would be a wonderful memory for her birthday/Mother's Day.