I love the ones of Ally dancing - so cute!!
These are really great. You look stunning Anna! So pretty! And I love the shot of Ally dancing too and the booties just below too. Thanks so much for sharing. :)
First, those are great photos. Second, I wanted to comment on your blog frog discussion but it's giving me a headache trying to log in. I'm not sure why.Anyway, we've been to Disney several times (as a couple, on a honeymoon, with a 1 year old, with a 3 year old and 18 month old, and with our 3 oldest at 5, 3, and 1). Don't be too jealous, it's the ONLY place we go ;) I have tons of advice. We almost always plan to have breakfast at the hotel (in our room, if possible) - savings of one meal cost. Pack a lunch/drinks at least for your daughter and throw as many snacks/drinks for yourselves as you can fit in her "lunchbox". Savings of at least half a meal cost. Dinner will cost you, but sometimes you can purchase a dining plan that may be worth it (I have picky eaters, so it wasn't for us).Buy the book "Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World". It gives a fantastic overview of everything in the park and you can plan ahead for your "must sees". And DEFINITELY plan. There's just soo much to do (even in 10 days). There are also places that rent baby gear on-line (they'll deliver to your hotel or the airport) and that was what we did for our first trip with a child. And have fun! No, seriously. I can't tell you the number of parents I've seen freaking out at their kids because the trip wasn't going the way they thought it should. I'm sure you it won't happen to you, but remember to take the normal "kid stuff" in stride!
I LOVE these pictures!! You have such a beautiful family.