David and I went to Disney World when Brielle was eleven weeks. We had a horrible honeymoon and this was one of our “make up” trips (we’ll be making up that trip for a long time, it was that bad). We had originally planned the trip thinking it would take me a while to get pregnant, like a few months at least. Little did we know that I am part rabbit. Needless to say I didn’t ride a lot of the rides, but we still had a ton of fun. We also used this trip as our pregnancy announcement picture.
We took all kinds of pictures with Disney characters and even had dinner in Cinderella’s castle and took pictures with the Disney Princesses. At the time I felt a little odd taking my picture with a bunch of adult women, my age, pretending to be a princess, it was like a weird Halloween. Looking back I’m so thankful that I did all of those things. We had so much fun and Brielle had a trip to Disney world!
She got to ride the Little Mermaid ride, eat in Beast’s castle, and have the “grey stuff” (it was delicious). We went to Epcot and “traveled” the world together. We hung out in Hollywood Studios and took lots of pictures there. And while we had planned on going to Animal Kingdom, I was way too tired for it. I couldn’t feel Brielle moving yet, so I’m not sure what she was aware of, but I’m still happy we made these memories with her.
The whole time we were there I kept wondering what it would be like to have a little girl at Disney World (I was certain I was pregnant with a boy). Little did I know that I did have a sweet little girl in my tummy. I was really tired my first trimester and didn’t know if it would be smart to go ahead with the trip, but we did it anyways. I’m so glad we did. At least I can say we took Brielle to Disney World. She really was a very lucky little girl.
Side note: It was super humid, no surprise there, and really hot. Not crazy hot, but just hot. And the onesie I’m holding was the first thing we bought for Brielle.