Happy Holidays, Everyone! As you know, the WDW Radio Blog Team has been hard at work creating some Disney Christmas wish lists. For me, my list was easy. I have always imagined a perfect Mother-Daughter Day at the Magic Kingdom. Don’t get me wrong…I love being the mother of two boys, but they readily choose Stormtroopers over Cinderella and her princess friends. Needless to say, they aren’t too excited about spending time with Mom and Sis when we do our “girly” things in the parks. So, my list is comprised of the Royal Treatment…all those things a mother and daughter could enjoy together, while the rest of the family visits a galaxy far, far, away!
Prince Charming Regal Carrousel Ride
I would start my mother-daughter day off with a ride on this magical carrousel. It’s a must do for us each time we visit.
Princess Meet and Greet
Next, a visit to Princess Fairytale Hall to meet our favorite princess, Cinderella and to see her glass slipper.
Cinderella’s Royal Table
Nothing would be better than dinner at Cinderella’s Royal Table. What a great opportunity to dine like royals and enjoy the sights and sounds of the castle, and hopefully a view of the fireworks!
Cinderella Castle Suite
At the top of my wish list, is a stay in the Cinderella Castle Suite. I know this is something that most people can only dream about, but this is a “wish list,” so I must include it! This would be a perfect ending to a magical day in the kingdom.
This list would be my perfect Mother-Daughter Day at Walt Disney World. What activities would you put on your wish list?
I hope all of your holiday wishes come true!
(All photos are from author’s personal collection.)
Maureen Petrone is a mom, avid Disney fan and elementary school teacher from Long Island, New York. When she is not in the “House of Mouse” with her family, she can be found in her classroom. She calls herself a “TeachEar.” She loves the thrill and wonder of the Disney experience. The educational opportunities are endless! Walt Disney was a visionary, who taught us all to think big and dream bigger. It’s a wonderful message for her students.