Happy Friday. Today I’m back with another Disney post. (Because you can never have too much Disney, am I right?). Speaking of Disney, I saw The Rise of Skywalker last night. No spoilers but I’m curious what others thoughts of the film were. I see that it’s the lowest rated Star Wars film to date (Um… have y’all see Attack of the Clones? And let’s not even speak about that Han Solo film). If you’ve seen The Rise of Skywalker, feel free to DM me on Instagram or Twitter and let me know if you liked the film or not.
No trip to Disney World is complete without stopping by Disney Springs. Whether that be for dinning, shopping or people watching, Disney Springs is a definite must for any Disney vacay.
And Disney Springs During Christmastime is a must see for sure!
There is an amazing Christmas Tree Trail at Disney Springs during Christmastime. The walk through holiday display features more than a dozen Disney themed Christmas trees. It’s completely free so I highly recommend checking it out.
I just realized I didn’t take any photos of the trees on the trail….awkward.
I had to pop into Goofy’s Candy Company, a shop at Disney Springs carries candy, yummy snacks and create-your-own treats, to check out all the yummy Christmas themed goodies! No one does holiday themed treats quite like Disney.
Is it even a trip to Goofy’s Candy Co. if you don’t get a Goofy’s Glacier?!
Raise your hand if you are also obsessed with “The Child” aka Baby Yoda (as fans call him). I better see ALL your hands up!
Disney has finally released official Baby Yoda merch in the form of phone cases, stickers and magicbands. As of December 2019, there is one magicband design where you can customize the color. (I got mine in millennial pink!). And two different phone case designs. One phone case says “Protect, Attack, Snack” and the other is a 3D effect case that’s covered in Baby Yoda’s.
You can also customize the cases by choosing the color of the outline of the case (white, black or millennial pink) or opting to add your name or not.
I toyed with the idea of adding my name to the case but in the end, I just went with the basic millennial pink option.
The color doesn’t photograph well but trust me, it’s millennial pink! (Also that photo was taken in Epcot not Disney Springs….oop. I did design the case at D Tech in Disney Springs but I didn’t take a photo of the finished product in actual Disney Springs).
Disney/Mickey even makes soap better. How is that possible? But seriously, I love Basin Disney Springs.
Now that I’ve come to the end of this post, I’m realizing I didn’t take a lot of photos in Disney Springs. All well, it’s good to live in the moment so to speak.
See you again in February Disney World!