The day finally arrived, LittleCuteLips had her first Disney on Ice experience. I didn’t tell her until that morning because she wasn’t going to get on my nerves for months. She was so giddy when I dropped her off at school I wasn’t sure if she would focus all day. When I picked her up from aftercare a bit earlier than usual she instantly remembered we were headed to Baltimore to see Disney on Ice presents Dare to Dream. #DreamBig
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Dare to Dream was a Princess party for sure; I felt some kind of way that Tiana didn’t get any shine. However, most of the others were present and accounted for. They kicked the show off with excitement and movement. They had the kids up on their feet dancing along to “Beyonce”, you can’t go wrong with the Queen.
One of the things I love about the Disney is there is always a message in the stories. We love a happy ending but they show you the trials and tribulations that come with life and how you can survive them and learn the lessons along the way. I appreciate that empowerment they pass on to our kids.
You can’t go to the show and not leave with something. LittleCuteLips talked her Daddy into this wand that she just had to have. She is a now known as LittleCuteLips Ice Princess, get into it.
You can’t go to the show and not look the part. You will see girls in full-on princess costumes, I even saw a cute little boy in a head to toe Mickey Mouse costume. As not to be left out a movement LittleCuteLips and I dawned our Minnie Mouse ears and she had on a coordinating t-shirt.
Moana was the focal point of the show, it is an incredible movie. If you haven’t seen it WATCH IT! You don’t need kids to watch I promise.
An adventurous teenager sails out on a daring mission to save her people. During her journey, Moana meets the once-mighty demigod Maui, who guides her in her quest to become a master way-finder. Together they sail across the open ocean on an action-packed voyage, encountering enormous monsters and impossible odds. Along the way, Moana fulfills the ancient quest of her ancestors and discovers the one thing she always sought: her own identity.
A little taste…
Disney does such an amazing job bringing the location to set. They think of everything. When the Frozen set hit the stage it was a magical iced out experience. The journalist in me wants to sit down with the set designers because I have questions.
When they started playing Let it Go LISTEN LINDA! I felt like I was at a concert, you could hear every single kid in the building singing to the top of their lungs. It was so cute and crazy at the same time. They did the same thing when Moana sang How Far I’ll Go.
It was a family affair, on a Wednesday night.
Next, to Princess and the Frog, Moana is my second favorite.
Disney’s Moana voyages onto the ice for the first time as Disney On Ice presents Dare To Dream was brought to us locally by MetroPCS. Although they have left Baltimore click HERE to find them in a city near you, tickets start at $20.
Twitter: @DisneyOnIce #DreamBig