Tuesday, February 16, 2010

No decisions yet

I haven't made any decisions yet. I had a really bad week at work last week and its continuing into this one, so its been a little stressful. We had a nice and quiet Valentines day with the kids probably the only thing that kept me sane.

I hope to be able to decide something soon. The office with the $525 fee is convenient for a lot of reasons, so if DH thinks that we can swing it I may just stay with him. We've got both kids birthdays coming and the plan is to do the Disney 4day passes. This way we can go for DD who will be 5 this month and my DS next month who will be 4. Can I tell you how much it makes me want to cry that they are this old. Ugh, and she asked me to PROMISE her that when she is old enough I will buy her a car. Seriously before 7am! I said, get a job.


  1. OMG Jenny...cracking up at the 'buy her a car' sounds just like my DD...she was 4.5 going on 21 when we took her to WDW for the first time...your kids are the PERFECT ages...make it all about the characters, because the next visit will be different. I was tearing up as she ran to each Princess...you can't pay enough to make those kind of memories.

    I think the $525 is worth it for the convenience if you love the office, but make sure there are no other 'hidden fees' before you get started.

  2. It's big decision - but worth it if you can do it.
    We took my daughter to Disney last September for her 5th birthday - it was wonderful. I think their ages are good. It will be such a trip. My daughter keeps asking if I'm planning one for this year!
    Good luck with your decision!

  3. Ironically one of the best trips we had to Disney was when my oldest daughter was 13. The teenager went away and my child came back for the week. She ran up to the characters with more enthusiasm than when she was younger (she was a little freaked out by them back then). It was awesome. But there is a sense of awe that comes from taking younger kids that can't be duplicated.

    Re the surgeon, ultimately you need to do what you feel is best. It's just that I've worked on the insurance side and I now work with physicians and hospitals and this up front fee just doesn't make sense if you have insurance coverage. Unless you have a deductible that needs to be met. Like BG said, if you decide to go with them make sure you know the cost of fu visits and fills down the road. I wish you luck