We had so much fun in Disneyland. One of the special Christmas things they do is they make handmade candy canes. Each day it switches from California Adventures to Disneyland. You have to stand in line in the morning and get a wrist band, they only hand out a certain number for each day. We were able to get 5! One for each us and one extra for my dad.
It was super fun to watch them make the candy canes. They candy makers at Disneyland are just so talented!
We took Anne to the Frozen princess salon that they have at Downtown Disney. She had such a good time getting all dolled up. It is always fun to get to spoil her just a little bit with something special like this. I wasn’t sure at first if we should do it, but my hubby reminded me that this isn’t an every day occurrence and it would make life long memories.
I think one of the coolest (literally) parts of our vacation was discovering that it now snows at California Adventures! Olaf, from the movie Frozen, has his own little winter wonderland. Anne got to make snow angels and play indoors while it actually snowed on her. We all loved the magic of it! We even went on a short toboggan ride!
Anne loves the movie The Nightmare Before Christmas and we got to meet Jack Skellington. She was so excited! We also got the chance to go on the Haunted Mansion ride when it was transformed into the Nightmare Before Christmas movie. It was so exciting to see it set up differently.
We had so much fun!
Only a few more days left until Christmas and then I will be back to sewing my heart out. I have some exciting projects coming up in 2016 and I am looking forward to sharing them with you as the year unfolds!
Wow, that is amazing stuff! AnneMarie looks so adorable – Princess Anne. The snow looks like terrific fun, too. A lot of children there would never see snow outside of CA! Those candy canes are enormous. There is something to be said for going at a busy time of year!