A Disney Wordless Wednesday post with the theme Disney Hats, Caps, Bonnets and Bows.
It's time for another Disney (Almost) Wordless Wednesday post and the theme for this week is Disney Hats, Caps, Bonnets and Bows. That sounded easy enough until I started perusing old photos and discovered that we have very few pictures of the kids wearing hats at Disney World. We certainly have brought home mouse ears and headbands so clearly the family photographer (me) was asleep on the job!
I did, however, find these shots of Katie and Emma dressed in pirate headgear for the Pirates in the Caribbean party aboard the Disney Magic. Katie was very excited about dressing up as a pirate so we purchased the Pirate Mickey ears and an eye patch at the ship's gift shop for her.
Katie at the Pirates in the Caribbean dinner on the Disney Magic
Emma had so much fun at the dinner wearing her pirate bandanna and playing telescope with her menu that I had to include her photo as well.
Pirate Emma on the Disney Magic
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I love this site! How amazing that you go on so many adventures with your children…you inspire me! I’m tentatively planning on doing the Disney World trip later this spring…with a toddler this might be tough so wish me luck!
Hi Devon – thanks for stopping by! I loved your Maui feature – it is such a beautiful island!
I think Disney World is great for toddlers – kids are so fascinated by the characters when they are little that it is truly magical! Just don’t try and do too much or your son will be exhausted! When mine were little we liked to stay at one of the resorts on the monorail so that we could spend some time in the park and then go back to play at the resort in the afternoon. You know that you’ll be back again when he’s older so just be happy moving at his pace and enjoy the experience for what it is.
Your girls were so cute! (Umm..I mean ARE so cute!)
I was going to join in on the Wordless Wednesday fun this week, but as usual, I forgot. Good thing too since I probably would have chosen the pictures from our Pirates night on the Disney cruise. I would have totally looked like I was plagiarizing you.
@Steve – It wouldn’t be plagiarism – just great minds thinking alike! And your pic would have had a boy in it – completely different!! I’ll remind you next week so that you don’t forget about Wordless Wednesday.
Super cute! I was on the Fantasy last week and it looks like my pic is a bit similar to your pic..lol.
Mary@The World Is A Book
The girls look so young and adorable. My kids still play with those pirate bandanas and my daughter still wears her female pirate hat everywhere.
Such cute pics! My kids love pirate night too. We’ve cruising to Alaska on the Disney Wonder in June and they’ve already got their outfits all picked out 🙂
Oh how cute your little pirates are! Pirate night is so much fun on the cruise! Great hats!!
Thanks for sharing and for linking up to the hop today!!
Love it! I have those Mickey ears! hehe. I hope one night I can experience Pirate night! Looks like fun!
Oh my there be pirates about….. Awesome shots! Looks like the girls are having a great time. Thanks for sharing! Arrrr
Oh, I love this – cute Pirate Princesses you have there! So awesome that you’ve been on a Disney Cruise … my 7 year old pesters me all the time about going. 🙂 “Pirate nite” sounds very fun!
@Kelly – Lucky you!! 🙂 The more photos I see of the new Fantasy, the more I want to take another Disney cruise!!
@Mary – we have got a lot of dress-up play out of the pirate hat and the bandanas too!
@Holly – You are going to love Alaska! We cruised there a few years ago (on Princess, not Disney) when my girls were 10 and almost 4. It’s a great trip!
Those are such fun pics! I love the menu telescope! 🙂
Great hats and adorable pictures! 🙂
Stopping by from Focused on the Magic. What beautiful pirates you have!!! Glad to “meet” you!
Too Cute – love the idea of Disney Hats 😉
queens real estate
Its amazing….Pirate night is so much fun on the cruise.I think Disney World is great for toddlers…