Something crazy I have to mention about our stay at BLT- Thursday night, while we were all passed out asleep, William and I heard the weirdest noises coming from outside, right around 10pm. It sounded like a scrapping noise, but like something HUGE was scrapping on the concrete. I even went to the balcony to try to figure out what it was. I didn't see anything. Then just after 10, we heard some very loud and very weird music. Turns out, that was the electric water parade! I'm not 100% sure, but I'm guessing the weird scrapping noises were the floats (or whatever they are) getting into position...? Anyway.. Epcot day was probably the day we deviated from our plan the most. The original plan was to be up and out the door by 8:15, putting us in Epcot by 9, or right at park open. With how Reagan was feeling the night before though, we wanted to wait and see how she was feeling this morning, and go from there. We let the girls wake up on their own, and apparently they were both pretty tired, because they didn't wake up until after 8! Reagan took a long time to wake up, and I remember being worried she was really getting sick. We gave her plenty of time, though, and she eventually came out of her grouch-ies and got excited about going to the parks again. It was her birthday! She didn't seem to care as much about that though, as she did going to epcot. Either way, the tradition is a cupcake for breakfast, so that's what she got! She actually didn't care for it. The icing tasted a little funky, so I can't say I blame her. The cake was good though, so I ate it. We got everyone dressed and headed for the monorail. We were WAAAY behind schedule, and we saw that giant golf ball in the sky around 9:30. I love taking the monorail to Epcot, you get to see the park and get even more pumped about your day! Our plan had ben to hit up the Seas pavilion first, so we headed that way and parked the stroller. By this point, it was close to 10. MJ was rocking her World Traveler shirt. The wait time for The Seas with Nemo was already 25 minutes. While we tried to decide what to do, Reagan said she had to go potty. We asked a CM where the closest one was, and she told us how to get to the Seas gift shop. After potty breaks, we decided to just stay and explore the Seas Pavilion We played in the shark playground, and saw a dolphin. Reagan insist it was a shark. The wait for Turtle Talk was relatively short, so we opted to check that out. We just had to wait for the next show, but we enjoyed taking in all the fishy things to see in there. This show is always funny, but I don't think our girls were quite old enough for it. Reagan sat still and listened, but she didn't get the jokes, and she didn't seem too impressed. I let MJ cruise on the benches in front of us, there's no way she would have sat still for that. The next time go, I'll be sure to get to the front of the line, so that we can sit in the front with the girls on the floor with the other kids. That would probably help. Since it was already so late, we skipped Living with the Land, and just headed for the World Showcase. We made it there right before 11 and stopped in the first gift shop to grab a map and stickers to do Chip and Dale's Christmas Tree Spree. We headed to Mexico first, and parked the stroller just as they were opening the pavilion. There was a huge rush of people, so we skipped the ride and just started our scavenger hunt. This was SO. MUCH. FUN. Basically, you get a map and stickers. Each pavilion has a hidden Chip or Dale on a Christmas Wreath, holding a specific Christmas Ornament. You have to find him, then match the sticker, and put it on the map. The CMs were pretty helpful if we asked, and even sometime when we didn't. They never gave it away though, just told us if we were close or not. Mexico wasn't too difficult, and we found that one pretty quickly. We got the girls back in the stroller and headed for Norway next. We looked around the shops, mostly full of Frozen merchandise, and found the ornament we needed. Next up was China. This one was super easy, as there weren't many wreaths to hide in We tried to get Reagan involved, by letting her put the sticker on the map. She was semi-interested, but was mostly just chilling. After China, we headed to Germany. Okay, gotta swallow my pride here. We searched that pavilion for almost 30 minutes. In and out of the shops, looking at every wreath we could find, asking CMs, even asking another family we saw with a map. We came out empty handed. Seriously we couldn't find it anywhere! We finally decided to move on, and we would look again that afternoon. While we were on the hunt, Reagan fell asleep in the stroller. MJ was rocking it though. She was being so good! We hit up Italy next, and found what we needed there. That just left America, which was our destination for lunch. We found the wreath there then had to wake Reagan up to eat. She was NOT happy. In fact, this lunch was probably the worst experience of the entire trip. No fault of Disney! We parked the stroller and woke Reagan up. We grabbed what we needed, and the girls, and headed into Liberty Inn. I was so looking forward to a giant burger. Reagan was in a horrible mood, and refused to walk. When we got in, we looked all over for a high chair and didn't see one anywhere! I saw one in use, so I asked the mom where she found it. She pointed to a corner and said she thinks she has the only one. WHAT?? So not Disney. We tried to figure out what to do. William and I were both hangry by this point, and we were probably more snappy with each other than we should have been. We ended up going back for the stroller, so MJ would have a place to sit. We just strolled it into the restaurant and up to the table. William got a squeeze pouch baby food for MJ, and a snack for Reagan (who was refusing to get out of the stroller), while I went and ordered lunch. William and I both got burgers, and I got nuggets for the girls to share. By the time I got back, Reagan had eaten a few snacks, and was acting like a whole new kid. She sat in her chair and even gave us a quick smile. She was wearing the cutest Birthday Princess shirt that morning. I didn't take that picture until 12:15, so we were later than we wanted to be. Reagan ate pretty good this meal, but both the girls were getting so tired. We put Reagan back in the stroller and gave her the nuggets to take with her. We headed back to the monorail to go back to the hotel. Reagan had fun showing off her map to us and everyone else on the journey back. We got back to the room around 1:15-1:30, and the girls went right to sleep.William and I enjoyed the balcony, and I took the time to move back our first Fastpass of the day, to give the girls more time to rest. I'll try to write about our afternoon later today!