Yesterday the kids and I drove over to Tulsa for "Disney on Ice." We followed our friends, the Lowdens, over there and we all got to see the show together.
Originally, Chris was supposed to come with us but his drill dates got changed at the last minute and he couldn't come. Luckily, my friend April is wonder woman and she talked me into coming without Chris. So April, her Mom and I went to "Disney on Ice" with 6 kids and without the husbands. I'm so glad I didn't bail because my kids were in heaven.
The show was called "Let's Celebrate" and it had tons of different characters in it. It was pretty much a big celebration of tons of holidays and the kids LOVED it.
Here we are before the show started. SOO EXCITED!!!
Bailey flipped when the show started and the different princesses started skating out. She was seriously so excited. She just kept yelling their names and straining to watch their every move.
Aren't Princess Minnie and Prince Mickey adorable? This was the part of the show where Minnie is asking the different princesses how they know if their prince loves them. It was the valentine's day celebration portion of the show and Bailey loved it.
It was so cute. Bailey was enthralled with this portion. There were so many princesses to see!
Tanner really loved the villain portion of the show. Bailey was totally freaked but Tanner loved the Halloween music they played and kept singing it the rest of the day.
Tucker slept in the ergo for about half of the show.
There was a short intermission, during which I took the kids to get snow cones in super cute souvenir cups. They were pretty thrilled. Then it was back to our seats for the second half of the show.
The last portion of the show was a Christmas celebration. Tanner also really liked this part because all the Mickey Characters came out and the "Toy Story" characters came out on the ice too.
And then at the very end, all the characters from the whole show came out. It was pretty fun.
Bailey also loved seeing "Tinkerbell" on the ice.
For the finale the lights dimmed and Christmas lights came on. It was pretty cute.
I think the kids were sad to see the show end. It was adorable.
I'm so glad we went, even if Chris couldn't come.
Thanks to April and her Mom, Missy, for helping. It was a crazy day but the kids had a blast so I guess it was all worth it.