Just want to wish all of you a very happy Christmas. I treasure all of you I have met through Babes In Disneyland and appreciate everyone who reads (and comments) on my blog. I will be taking a digital vacation through Jan. 1…or trying at least. I have lots in store in 2011, including the Disney Social Media Moms conference in Walt Disney World (yes! I’m finally going to WDW!), the launch of my book, and of course great coverage of the big news and events at the Disneyland Resort like the opening of the new Star Tours and Little Mermaid attraction!
Heading to the Disneyland Resort for Christmas? There’s so much to see and do that you are bound to have fun. In case you’ve missed ’em, this year I made some videos (shot by Disney) about the resort this time of year.
And here’s one I shot with the other two gals that make up The Three Disneyland Moms!
|Make sure to wave to Chris (in the
glasses in the back). We ate lunch
together when I worked at Disneyland.
He’s the best!!!
The Disneyland Resort’s candy makers are hard at work making amazing holiday treats. If you are visiting the Disneyland Resort this holiday season, be sure to stop by one of the resort’s candy shops and fall in love with one of these delicious desserts.
Mickey Holiday Apples – $9.95
Minnie Holiday Apples – $9.95
Snowman Apples – $9.95
Jack Skellington Apples – $8.95
Snowman Marshmallow – $4.95
Peppermint Topped Marshmallows – $4.95
Peppermint Topped Pretzel – $3.95
Peppermint Twist Cupcakes
And don’t forget that Disneyland’s famous handmade candy canes are back too. The candy canes are limited to 2 per guest and will be available for $9.95. Tickets will be distributed at shop opening on the days of release. Dates and times subject to availability. Information subject to change without notice. Merchandise available while supplies last.
• December 11
• December 13
• December 17
• December 21
• December 24
• December 29
The Disneyland Resort’s holiday decorations and entertainment are up and dazzling guests now through January 2.
Never been to the Disneyland Resort during the holidays? It is A.W.E.S.O.M.E. It is my favorite time of year at the resort. From the beautiful decor to my absolute favorite parade of all time, the Christmas Fantasy Parade, nothing beats Disneyland this time of year.
If you have little ones, there’s plenty of fun ways to create special memories with your family. Here’s what I like to do with my family each year:
Nothing is more beautiful than the Disneyland Resort during the holidays. Walking through the park and seeing the detail in the holiday decor, one can only wonder, “How do they do this?” More importantly, I always wish I could decorate like the Disneyland pros.
Below is a video by the Disneyland decorating professionals with tips on how you can dress your holiday home like the Disneyland professionals.