What Fern Wore: Kohl’s Disney Jumping Beans + A GIVEAWAY!

*This GIVEAWAY is now closed*

“I participated in an Ambassador campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting  for Kohl’s. I received promotional items and product samples as a thank you for participating.”

It is no secret that we are Disney lovers around here. I mean, I blog for Disney Baby, so it was pretty much bound to happen, right?

Before I became a parent, I used to swear up and down that my child would never wear any clothing with characters on it, but ever since the first time Fern met Minnie Mouse at Disneyland I’ve become a convert. Minnie and Mickey bring a smile to her face like nothing else and who am I to begrudge her joy? Plus… something about seeing her wear Disney attire makes me feel all nostalgic and takes me back to the magical days of my own Disney-loving childhood.

Recently I was invited to be a part of Kohl’s Disney Ambassador program and knowing that it would involve Minnie Mouse gear for my girl, I jumped on board. Disney and Kohl’s have teamed up to create “Magic At Play” – a combining of the spirit of Disney and its lovable characters with the fun and practical Jumping Beans kids clothing line. The first collection focuses on Mickey, Minnie and classic Americana style – all things I love.

Here are a couple of samples from the line that we were sent. Obviously she really wanted that polka dot dress since she’s been super into ballet and tutus for dress-up lately. But, alas the samples were too large. Luckily we were also given a gift card to shop the collection, so we headed off to Kohl’s.

What Fern Wore: Kohl's Disney Jumping Beans // @ The Little Things We Do

Now, if you’ve ever spent any amount of time shopping with a toddler, then you know how absolutely dreadful it can be. These days the only shopping we do is at stores where they have carts readily available, which pretty much relegates us to grocery stores. Thankfully Kohl’s has carts though, which made the whole experience infinitely more enjoyable. Then, we arrived at the Disney Jumping Beans area of the store and Fern pretty much flipped out with excitement.

“Mama! That’s Mickey and Minnie! And that’s Disneyland!”

What Fern Wore: Kohl's Disney Jumping Beans // @ The Little Things We Do

What Fern Wore: Kohl's Disney Jumping Beans // @ The Little Things We Do

After my toddler scrutinized every Minnie and Mickey item from the collection, I helped her choose a few pieces that we both liked and then we went home to play dress-up. Getting this girl dressed has been a challenge lately, but since these clothes involved Minnie Mouse she was more than eager to try everything on and play model.

OUTFIT #1: Classic Americana

Since Fern has been wanting to wear dresses exclusively lately, these little shorts are great, because they still twirl like a skirt. She was a big fan and this outfit was my favorite – just a little wink and a nod to Miss Mouse. Also, she’s totally kissing her Minnie Mouse doll in case you were wondering. That was all her. I couldn’t pry it away for photos, but luckily it was an appropriate prop for our theme.

What Fern Wore: Kohl's Disney Jumping Beans // @ The Little Things We Do

OUTFIT #2: Everyday Comfort

This is the type of outfit Fern would wear to play on a daily basis. Some jeans with stretch and a basic cardigan instantly gain toddler approval when you add a Minnie Mouse tank top.

What Fern Wore: Kohl's Disney Jumping Beans // @ The Little Things We Do

OUTFIT #3: “Exercise With Mama” Wear

For some reason unbeknownst to me Fern loves when I wear workout clothes…probably because it means we get to go to the gym and she gets to play with all the novel kids and toys. Once she had on this little tank top and mini yoga pants she immediately said, “Mama, now I can exercise with you! Let’s go!” She then proceeded to show me all her best exercise moves, which consequently all happen to be ballet moves she’s learned from a recent library book selection. She’s trying to rock her toddler version of an arabesque right here. Also…that cute bow detail on the back of the tank top – definitely a fun touch.

What Fern Wore: Kohl's Disney Jumping Beans // @ The Little Things We Do

So basically this was Fern’s most favorite outfit post of all time. This girl is all for Minnie all. the. time.

Now for the GIVEAWAY!

You can enter to win a $100 Kohl’s gift card to do a little shopping for your little one too! To enter all you have to do is leave a comment below with your favorite Disney memory. You can earn extra entries for social sharing as well, but only the comment is required to enter!

Good luck!

Love and Disney magic,


*The giveaway will run until 12:00 AM on 5/3/14 and is only open to residents of the continental United States.

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  1. Betsy partridge says:

    I think walking through the gates into the park is the best feeling ever. I think my own experience will only be replaced when I am eventually able to take my daughter & son and get to see their excitement!

  2. My favorite Disney memory was going back to Disney World as an adult with my niece. It’s definitely a different perspective as an adult but it still makes you feel like a kid again! I love Disney World!

  3. Mimi just brought a Disney princess gown for my toddler back from her trip to Disney. She points to it and smiles and says “pwincess”, makes me melt!

  4. Mary Happymommy says:

    My favorite Disney memory was taking my sons to Disney World and my older son being so excited to meet Buzz Lightyear.

  5. Christine says:

    Favorite Disney Memory? Hands DOWN it’s It’s a Small World. I was obsessed. My grandmother lived in Fullerton only a short drive away so we would go everytime we were in CA for a visit. I would ride over and over again.
    Sadly we’re on the East Coast now.
    And now in my adulthood as a painter I regularly revisit Mary Blair for inspiration.

  6. My 19 month old is also OBSESSED with Mickey and Minnie. She can pick them out a mile away! All of these clothes are SO cute!

  7. My favorite Disney memory was just recently – back in October – we brought my two year old daughter to Disney! (born January 14, 2012! so close to Fern’s birthday too!) and although she was not a big fan of the characters, she thought that the Dumbo ride was the most magical thing in the whole world. Her eyes lit up with such joy to have papa & i with her on it. No big memory, but one that I will always cherish! Seeing her face light up and watching everyone and everything in its path. 🙂

  8. Epcot, for sure! Great memories that I can’t wait to share with my daughter!

  9. Heather miller says:

    My fav Disney memory was watching the parade and fireworks on a warm evening in January. I was a fun time with me and my family (mom,dad and kids -8 all together 🙂

  10. My favorite memory is the breakfast with the characters when I was a child! Can’t wait to take our princesses one day soon!

  11. My husband and I went to Disney land for our honeymoon. My first time ever, I lived it! We have gone back one other time but I can’t wait to take Mackenzie! Where did you get a Fern ‘ s jeans? I am trying to find good toddler skinnies.

  12. My favorite Disney memory is mine (and my son’s) very first visit to Disneyland…such fun…probably moreso for ME than him 😉

  13. my favorite memory is met Disney, was really great day, and we plan to take my toddler there of course.

  14. One of my favorite memories was my first trip to disney as a little girl. We didnt have much so my parents saved all their money for a few years. We spent day and night at the parks! Cant wait to bring my son!

  15. My favorite memory is when we went to Disney world for our honeymoon. It was such a magical time 🙂

  16. My favorite Disney memory was going to Disneyland during Christmastime. Specifically, seeing New Orleans Square all decorated with mardi gras beads. It was breathtaking!

  17. The look on my son’s face the first time we walked through the gates into Disneyland is something I’ll never forget. There is true magic at Disneyland!

  18. Well I have had quite a few Disney memories from my childhood that I still cherish to this day, but nothing compares to the day my husband and I took our then almost 2 year old daughter for her first time. I remember it started drizzling in the evening so the firework show was canceled (boo) but they ended up playing a projected show on the building of “It’s a small world”. I was flooded back with memories of my many trips there with my family and was hit with the realization that I am now creating memories for my daughter. That these moments will be cherished for our lifetime. Nothing makes me smile more thinking about how I am in charge of those memories. It really makes me feel like a mama. Thinking back on that light show and watching my daughters eyes glisten and glow and the smile on her face? It was perfection.

  19. My favorite Disney memory was visiting the Disney World with my kids and parents to celebrate birthdays.

  20. Cassidy Stockton says:

    My favorite Disney memory is watching Robin Hood. I absolutely loved that movie when I was a kid and watched it every sick day… and, really, who am I kidding? I still watch it every sick day!

    • Cassidy Stockton says:

      Well, everyone else is sharing Disneyland memories… my best Disneyland memory was riding Pirates of the Caribbean with my cousins- we were all very little, but it was so exciting because we didn’t see them often and we didn’t see my grandmother often, but here we were watching the pirates together. It was so magical.

  21. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I loved going to Disney World as a child with my family and meeting all the characters! I had an autograph book that they signed for me!

  22. Rebecca Parsons says:

    My daughter and i were watching 101 Dalmations and her face lit up and she just started her love of that show. We watched it so many times she could quote it.

  23. The email where I got asked to write for Disney Baby 🙂

  24. Kristin Franklin says:

    My favorite Disney moment is when my oldest daughter watched Cinderella for the first time then made herself a “fancy” dress to wear and wanted to find a prince to dance with. She danced with her Daddy. Now, after seeing many Disney princess movies, even when she is pretending to fight bad guys she likes to dress up in her pretty clothes to do it. 🙂

  25. Angela Reimus says:

    Well I haven’t been to Disney since I was 12, 20 years ago! So my favorite Disney memories are recently – watching my 2 year old start to discover the magical stories and movies. Hope to take her there soon!

  26. I was just on Kohl’s website pinning clothes for my toddler last week so this would be perfect! My favorite Disney memory was the teacup ride – loved that thing! That was sooo long ago though, when I was a kid. I’ll have to take my son soon to make some new memories.

  27. Melissa M says:

    My fav memory is when I was 13 and we vacationed to Disney World.

  28. Lisa Brown says:

    My favorite memories where when I was a child and my parents would read my favorite Disney book to me: Cinderella.

  29. Thomas Murphy says:

    My favorite Disney memory is the first time I went to Disney world as a kid.

  30. Claire V. says:

    When I was 4, I went to Disneyland with my immediate, and some extended family. We “window shopped” through the Mad Hatter’s hat shop, and kept going on our way to ride rides. However, I described to my parents in painstaking detail the BEAUTIFUL princess hat that I had seen there. It was a tall pointy cone shaped hat covered in hot pink satin, with chiffon and ribbons draping from the point. Oh, and there were sequins–obviously. My dad ran back to check it out, and marveled at my accurate description, but then choked when he saw the price tag. He returned without the hat. However, after a few more hours of Disney magic, my daddy’s girl doe-eyes, and constantly talking about how wonderful that hat was, my parents buckled and got it for me. I was over the moon! But the best part was being called “Princess” all day by the park employees. When we went to ride the Jungle Cruise, my cousins (boys) ran ahead to get on board, and the boat captain actually made them get off, and insisted that princesses board first! I died and went to heaven. <3

  31. steven weber says:

    My favorite Disney memory would have to be the last time I went with the family.

  32. Janet W. says:

    My favorite Disney moment was when my daughters saw Disney World for the first time. Their faces just lit up!

  33. Jill Johnston says:

    My favorite Disney memory is seeing my toddler meet the characters. They are so real to her, and she just lit right up!

  34. My favorite memory was having my 5th birthday party at Disneyland!

  35. My favorite memory was taking my son to Disneyland for the first time

  36. Peggy Johnson says:

    My favorite Disney memory was when our whole family went to Disney World at Christmas time.

  37. Jessica McNatt says:

    My parents took me to Disney World when I was 8. I remember going into the gift shop and seeing this beautiful delicate glass Bambi figurine. I begged my Dad to buy it for me and he eventually gave in. My Dad passed away when I was 13, but to this day that Bambi figurine sits on my bookshelf and I always smile and think of him when I see it.

  38. Ashley Tucker says:

    Going to Disney with my husband a few years ago.

  39. Everytime I walk into Disney World I tear up. It is just an overwhelming amount of emotion when you first enter the park, every time.

  40. It’s a small world with my grandparents. I felt so,safe and,happy in that dark boat with them!

  41. Taking my son to Disney for the first time. It was so much fun to see the magic through his eyes

  42. I’m a southern California native, but my parents weren’t super well off when I was a kid. When we did get to go to Disneyland it was a huge deal. Once when I was 7, my parents told me we had to run errands. We drove by Disneyland and I immediately exclaimed “awweee it’s Disneyland! I wish we could go” and my parents started cracking up. Unbeknownst to me, Disneyland was the plan all along 😉 That’s probably my favorite Disney memory, although I’ve had many great ones since and I cannot wait to make more with my daughter!

  43. Last time I went to disney there was a midnight halloween Toy Story dance party. It was honestly one of the coolest things I’ve EVER experienced and I had so much fun dancing to the Vengabus with Woody.

    I was actually at Kohls this weekend and saw those ear hangers and almost stole them, so cute!

  44. Stephanie says:

    My favorite memory is riding on Dumbo with my dad as a little girl…we waited in line for one hour and then I got scared and started to cry, but he still made me go on! We have some funny pics ranging from crying to pure enjoyment!

  45. My favorite memory is going to Disneyland with my family, when I was 12.

  46. When Eli met mickey mouse for the first time. He was filled with so much joy, I got teary.

  47. My favorite Disney memory is having all the characters sign my Minnie Mouse autograph book. I was totally “too old” to be interested in hugging and posing with the characters – but who cares. We were in Disneyland!! I also had a really sweet perm….

  48. I laugh about it now but I remember being really pouty (in the happiest place on Earth) when I wasn’t allowed to buy a Disney autograph book to get characters signatures. Then my parents relented and I was able to get the characters to sign my book!

  49. jennifer G says:

    being at disney when i was about 5, swimming at night and disney by day! Love the jeans, tank and sweater look. My toddler is in a jean-protest stage!

  50. My favorite Disney memory is my childhood nickname “Missy Mouse”. My parents bought tons of adorable Minnie things for me when I was little and called me this for years.

  51. Having never visited a Disney park (*gasp* I know, right?) I have two favorite memories:

    1) My first ever “in the theater” movie, back when they re-released “Cinderella” in the 80s. (One of those rare “just Mommy and me” days.)

    2) Watching my son fall in love with the old Donald Duck shorts (my husband has a DVD set of them). His favorite word is currently “duck!”

  52. Debnmike moretti says:

    My fave memory was the first time we took our oldest to disneyland. He was sooo excited at two years old.

  53. My favorite Disney memory is yet to come — my baby girl will be 3 this summer, and we are planning a trip in the fall. She adore all things Mickey, so I can’t wait to create new memories!

  54. Loved Epcot…the World Showcase allowed me to “travel” to other countries and experience their culture right there. Magical!

  55. Jessica To says:

    We’ve never been to Disney but we love watching the Disney movies!

  56. nicole dz says:

    My favorite Disney memory is right before my uncle passed, me and the entire family went with him for the 1st time when I was a little girl. All I wanted to do was see mickey and Minnie mouse. And I did and have pictures with them, and me, and my uncle. Still have them and they are hanging up on my living room wall.

  57. I have so many wonderful memories with my family going to Disney! My favorite was the first time we went… I was 2 and we just got to disneyland. We head straight for the park and got our curb spots for the parade. It was so hot and my sister and I were so sweaty. My dad left for a few minutes and came back with new Disney outfits and ice cream! It was so special and a memory I’ll treasure forever!

  58. Jennifer Marie says:

    I loved watching Mickey Mouse on tv when I was little. It always seemed so magical and cute.

  59. Tabathia B says:

    Never been, but I remember when they had the real club and they use to sing the mickey mouse theme song

  60. Riding the jungle cruise with my daughter!

  61. Sonya Morris says:

    My favorite Disney memory is going on vacation there and we were so broke we packed pb&j sandwiches to take to the park. We my husband got paid, we spent the day at Epcot eating at the different countries.

  62. My favorite Disney moment is when my fiancé and I went on a vacation while our 2 yr old stayed home with grandma. We went to Disneyland and when we flew home I had in hand the personalized Mickey hat for tayden(My LO) when he came running threw the airport happy to see us home I pulled out the hat from behind my back and he just stop staired and screamed at me with the biggest smile ran grabbed the hat at wore it for the next few weeks!

  63. My favorite Disney memory is when my husband and I went to Walt Disney World for our honeymoon. Every. Single. Staff member congratulated us thanks to the cute “Just Married” buttons we received to wear. It was great sharing my favorite place in the world with my husband. Now I cannot wait to take our daughter there someday… Hopefully sooner than later! 🙂

  64. My happiest Disney memory is going on Its A Small World with my siblings when we were little. I can’t wait to take my babies some day!

  65. We used to go every year at Christmas and it would “snow” on main street- it was actually just bubbles. But it was the cutest thing ever. I LOVE Disney!

  66. My favorite Disney memory is very recent. I introduced my toddler daughter to Beauty and the Beast (my favorite) and she was enchanted! Out was wonderful.

  67. Stephanie Furnas says:

    Singing the songs from The Little Mermaid at the top of my lungs in the shower as a kid!

  68. my favorite Disney memory was when me and my bother went together with our parents as adults its was just as magical as the first time they took us when we were little.i cant wait to take my daughter with them on her 2nd birthday for her first trip i know that one will top it so looking forward.

  69. Amy Orvin says:

    My favorite Disney memory was watching Cinderella for the first time when I was a kid.

  70. Tracy Crocker says:

    About 5 years ago I went to Disney World with the family I nannied for, 6 year old twins and a 3 year old. During the evening fireworks, the 3 year old Westy looked at me and said, ‘Look, flowers in the sky just for me!’ I couldn’t help but tear up, so precious!

  71. Christine says:

    Last summer my little princess, Shelby, (age 14 months at the time) got to meet Cinderella for the first time on our Disney Cruise. It was amazing to see my little baby girl all dressed up and sitting quietly in Cinderella’s lap. What was the most magical was that Shelby didn’t cry or even fuss! Cinderella spoke so sweetly to her she was completely mesmerized! I wished we could hire a Princess to be our permanent tantrum helper these days!

  72. amy pugmire says:

    taking my kids to disneyland for the first time last year. I will never forget they’re faces.

  73. Veronica Felix says:

    My Enzo meeting Mickey Mouse for the first time at 3 1/2 yrs old, his face was light up with joy. One of my favorite memories ever. Also, when we got off Splash Mountain and him thanking me for bringing him to Disney.

  74. Colleen Boudreau says:

    When I went to Disney World when I was little.

  75. My favorite Disney memory was taking my daughters there for the first time.

  76. Stephanie says:

    since i was a child i always loved pooh bear

  77. Courtenay says:

    I went with my church and met my boyfriend who is now my husband later we went for our honeymoon. We are now planing a trip with our three kids

  78. Visiting Disney was a magical experience that I would never forget

  79. My best Disney memory is when I went to Disney for the first time when I was 7 and went on all the rides.

  80. My favorite memory is definitely from the first time I ever visited Disneyworld. I was probably 4 or 5 and I still remember meeting all of the characters and riding the it’s a small world ride probably 5 times in a row because it was my absolute favorite!

  81. 45 years ago I saw tinker bell floating across the sky in front of the castle in California. I have been a fan ever since.

  82. Daisy Flores says:

    Taking my daughter for the first time and seeing her eyes light up with absolute joy!

  83. The only time I have been to Disneyland was with my high school band and choir. It was really pretty awesome because we got to go behind the scene at Disney and play along with the film’s. It was a great experience. It’s so neat that the actors stay in character behind the scenes a Well!

  84. My favorite Disney memory was when we brought my son for the first time. Just seeing his awe at the place was so fun!

  85. Hedgehogi says:

    Watching my little girls face loght up when she watches disney movies. She sees the commerials to go to Disneyland and gets so excited! She goes and finds her mickey mouse and hugs him.

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  86. We took our children to Disney when they were younger and that was many many years ago.

  87. My favorite Disney memory was when I was younger and my family went to Disney World. My mother LOVED the ride Its A Small World…and talked me into riding it almost all day with her 🙂 We still joke about it today!

  88. I remember watching the Electrical Parade with my cousin when we were little and it seemed so big and bright.

  89. I’ve never been to Disney, so I hope to create some memories with my kids soon!

  90. My favorite Disney memory was taking my son for the first time. Disney truly was magical that day!

  91. My favorite memories are going to Disney with my mom and dad. They were so patient and good!

  92. The only time that I’ve been to Disney was on my senior class trip in high school. It was SO fun to be there with my great friends to end a chapter of our life before heading off to college. I look forward to taking my little ones in a few years. Thanks for the giveaway!

  93. Jamie Brigham says:

    I remember watching Cinderella a million times as a kid on VHS, especially with my best friend and my sister. We’d color in our coloring books on the floor and watch Cinderella. I used to dream of finding Prince Charming.

  94. natalie yeoman says:

    i went to disney when i was about 6 i got to meet mickey mouse and he layed on the ground with me and we talked for about 30 minutes

  95. shelly peterson says:

    My favorite memory was going to Disney Land with my Grandma, all my cousins, Aunts/uncles and my siblings clear back in middle school. Would love to go again someday.

  96. The first time my family went to Disney, my brothers and I were teenagers but my sister was about five years old. I still remember her face during the parade, seeing all the characters up close and personal. And she had to hug all her favorites too. There really is some magic in that place.

  97. I haven’t been lucky enough to get to Disney yet, but I WILL take my daughter one day. But my favorite Disney memory is watching Tangled with her. She loves to act out the scenes; it’s absolutely adorable (she’s only 3)

  98. old fashion teacup rides

  99. I enjoyed going to Disneyland with my husband and his sisters.

  100. My favorite Disney memory is seeing my two-year-old freak out everytime we see the castle come up at the beginning of a Disney movie. Her eyes get HUGE and she tells me how beautiful it is. I love it:)

  101. D Schmidt says:

    My favorite memory is taking my oldest son for the first time to Disney and seeing the pure joy on his face every time he noticed a character!

  102. Natalie S says:

    We’ve never been to Disney! Would love to take my boys there one day! They love Mickey!

  103. I always wanted to go to Disney, but never got to. I did not watching shows on tv showing Disney World though.

  104. We’ve never been to Disney World. Hopefully soon!

  105. Janice Cooper says:

    My favorite Disney memory is when I took my niece and nephew to Disney for the first time and seeing their faces was priceless!

  106. never been to disney. But my kids enjoy the disney store all the time

  107. Barbara Montag says:

    My sis and I used to watch a lot of Mickey Mouse cartoons when we were little.
    thank you

  108. Cassandra Eastman says:

    My parents took us to Disney when I was 9, it was amazing!



  110. Terry Maigi says:

    My favorite Disney memory happened this last December. We took our little girl to her first Theater movie to see Frozen! Elsa and Anna are now her FAVORITE princesses and it is so fun to watch her discover the world of Disney like I did when I was little!

  111. courtney b says:

    living across from disneyland in anaheim is my absolute favorite memory!

  112. Seeing my son’s face when he first saw Mickey will always be my favorite.

  113. kellie rose wilson says:

    my childhood room was decorated entirely in Disney!

  114. Alex Jennings says:

    I grew up on the East Coast and my grandparents lived in FL so our spot was Disney World. My parent and my favorite memory was when 101 Dalmatians came out and some wild kid was running around screaming “DAMASSHHHOOONNNSSSS!!!!!!”. We still laugh about it today!

  115. Jessica Thompson says:

    My 2 year old is obsessed with Minnie. Unfortunately we live in ohio and have never been to disney…but we hope to change that soon!! 🙂

  116. Adriana Carbajal says:

    My favorite disney memory is when i took my daughter to disneyland for the 1st time! She LOVED it!!

  117. Lindsey B says:

    My favorite disney memory is with my senior class for our senior trip! We had so much fun and we made so many memories!! Even when it was pouring down rain!! 🙂

  118. Camila Espinoza says:

    Being a young mom being able to take my 16 month old to disney world was a wonderful experience period. All the money we saved was well spent in every way. The memory of him meeting Mickey Mouse for the first time will be forever in my mind because he walked in a hugged him right away and sat on his lap as the whole crowd awwed

  119. Camila Espinoza says:

    My son posted the comment before I was done lol. He always points at my phone background which is us in front of cinderellas castle and tells me “hot dog hot dog” which is Mickey Mouse in his terms becauSe of the Mickey Mouse clubhouse song. Knowing that he remembers the trip fill my heart even more. I love disney!

  120. Anissa says:

    My Favorite Memory At Disney Land Was When I Was A Kid, My God Mother Took Me Trick Or Treating At Disney Land. I even wore a Jasmine Costume. It was super Fun! ♡ It Was the best time of my kid life. 🙂 I hope to take my daughter one day.

  121. Nicole gibson says:

    I think it was the ride it’s a small world after all. I went when I was really little but didn’t remember. Then I got to go when I was thirteen. Definitely a fun experience even as a teenager. Can’t wait to take my own kiddos someday.

  122. We currently live in Orlando, FL and are Disney World Annual Passholders! So we love making so many memories at the park. I’ve lived here my entire life, so although I have so many memories from my own childhood, I’d have to say that my new favorite memories are the times we’ve taken our son Finn! He’s 15 months old. We first brought him on his first birthday and he met Mickey Mouse and a bunch of princesses! He’s been a Disney kiddo ever since. I even have Disney tattoos hehe, we live and breathe it over here I tell ya. We so hope to win! <3 XO

  123. Lindsey says:

    I love the work out outfit! So cute and Fern’s poses are so funny : )

  124. Amber Lundberg says:

    Riding on dumbo with my cool, fun aunt when I was four.

  125. Jael Redding says:

    I have not visited Disney World *yet* But growing up I watched Disney movies all the time and pretended to be every Princess. My favorite was Ariel because I have red hair and I just felt like her *giggle*
    I hope to one day take my children to disney world. Plus, I will make sure they watch all the classic dieney movies that I grew up with!

  126. Alaine says:

    I remember Disneyland as a child, my favorite character was Daisy Duck.

  127. Such cute little outfits

  128. I went to Disney World for the first time with my Godmother (who passed away in 2009) when I was about 9. I vividly remember meeting Mulan and she told me how I was her favorite princess that whole day (9 year old day MADE, obviously) and then we left her and went to see one of the parades. When Mulan came around on her float, she pointed straight at me, waved, and blew me kisses. My Godmother was like, “Katie! She remembered you!!” Seriously, I was in heaven. A few months later for Christmas, I got a package from Disney World and when I opened it, there was a card and a bracelet. I don’t remember exactly what the card said (although you better believe I do have it packed away somewhere) but it was signed, “XOXO, Mulan” and I cried because I was so happy. Of course a few years later, I realized that it was actually from my Godmother, but it honestly just made that moment even more special. Hands down one of my favorite memories of Disney World, and more importantly, of her. I cannot wait to take Olivia there someday and be able to do that very same thing to her.

  129. favorite disney memory=last trip to disneyland in 2010 after college graduation with my best girlfriends before moving away from california to texas. it was truly magical.

  130. christine jessamine says:

    I have never been to Disney land, so not much as far as memories go. I am planning one soon with our kids, so we will have a ton with our upcoming trip

  131. My favorite Disney memory…it is hard to pick just one! I will have to say memorizing and singing the entire Lion King soundtrack with a friend. We had a sing-along book and CD and would play it nonstop and to this day I still love hearing any of these songs and still know all the words. 🙂

  132. My favorite Disney memory was when my parents took my brother and I to Disney Land when I was 12 years old. It was a lot of waiting in line but it was still fun. My favorite rides were Indiana Jones, Space Mountain and the Haunted Hotel.

  133. I remember going to disney with my family at 4-years-old. I don’t remember much, but I remember having so much fun on the Dumbo ride with my brother!

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  134. Favorite disney memory: taking my kids to disney world for the first time. They loved it!

  135. I have actually never been to disney, but I loved many disney characters as a child growing up!

  136. Kim Henrichs says:

    Probably the first time I stood underneath space mountained and listened to everyone screaming! The anticipation…

  137. Wendy Rozema says:

    My favorite Disney Memory was taking my kids there and seeing their faces so excited and happy to be at Disney!!

  138. Paola Garcia says:

    Like any new parent, my new favorite Disney memory is taking my 1 year old to disneyland for the first time. This past Easter we took our little girl to visit the happiest place on earth. She loved Mickeys parade. She was smiling, pointing, and waving her hands in the air. It’s a bit of a big deal because she is more of a serious baby. My husband and I have to work to get a laugh out of her. I’ll never forget her face and look forward to many more memories.

  139. Dawn Monroe says:

    Ive never been to Disneyland but I just remember ed the other day about how excited I use to get as a kid if I heard Its a small world playing because I knew a Disney movie was coming on one of the three channels we use to have 🙂

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