On a recent episode of Theme Park Thursday, we went off on a classic Dillos tangent. Weird, right? We started to discuss who the favorite child was then vs now and how the Dillo home was affected when Frank first moved to Florida. Jen was in 7th grade and starting at a new school, while Frank was starting his first year at UCF. Not long after, he started working in the entertainment department at Walt Disney World befriending some of your favorite characters. Here’s Jen’s exp
The title of this blog is most certainly not my point of view. However, it is what a fellow passenger said to me on my return flight in November, after taking (at that time) 5 month old Baby Dillo to Diz for the first time. I can understand why people think this way. I also understand New Yorkers and how they love sharing their opinions randomly with I was also worried traveling. We’re first time parents, traveling on a plane with a 5 month old. This could have gone horribly.
We often talk about feelings in this blog. How watching fireworks, smelling the Polynesian lobby or eating Dole Whip can make us feel. But what happens when you lose feeling in the heart of the magic? More specifically the Magic Kingdom. One thing I miss about being young in Disney is sitting in a stroller or being carried. You know we have all felt like we could use that in our adult lives with the amount of walking you could do during a day at the parks. I have very clear m