Wordless Wednesday – Disney Live!

We took the girls to Disney Live! yesterday here in Newcastle, while Gilbert enjoyed a one-on-one play date with one of his cousins.

First off Dad and the girls took some selfies to keep themselves occupied.

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Then the lights dimmed.

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And it was time to enjoy the show.

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Apologies for the quality of the photos – you should all know by now that photography is not one of my strengths!

It was a good show for the kids, even if Matilda kept on asking us to buy things for her (as we’d then have to buy 3 of whatever she wanted for the others the answer was a resounding no) and Delilah thought the handrail next to us was like a mini indoor playground…

Sharing today as part of Wordless Wednesday with Trish and with Bree.

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15 Responses

  1. it’s hard to take photos of shows like that! too dark and they’re constantly moving! Hope you all had a wonderful time (who needs Disney on Ice when you have a hand rail to play with, really?). x Aroha
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    • Kirsty says:

      I only had my iPhone with me so I didn’t have much chance of taking too many fantastic photos I guess. I do need to take the time to invest in some good after-shot apps to enhance these sorts of photos – just another thing to add to my blog to-do list!

  2. Shari says:

    Oh I bet that they were busting with excitement!!!! I so hear you about the need to run, head down, through the merchandising area!
    x

    • Kirsty says:

      The girls loved it and for the most part they enjoyed dancing to the songs and watching the show. But I wish the merchandise wasn’t pushed so hard or priced so high – it would certainly have made it a better day for us if we didn’t have to contend with that distraction!

  3. Emily says:

    Ours went last year – always a great day out! And yes ours always ask for merchandise, but like you with 3 kids it’s just so viable financially ๐Ÿ™‚
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    • Kirsty says:

      OMG, the merchandise sends me insane every year. We made the mistake of giving in one year so every year since we are bombarded with requests – I’m not about to spend 3 x $15 on coloured ice in flimsy cups that won’t last 2 seconds!

  4. Rita says:

    Glad you had a good evening Kirsty!
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  5. Trish says:

    Glad you had a great time.
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  6. We took Bella a couple of years ago, and I think I may have loved it even more than she did! As for the merchandise, we bought enough at The Wiggles’ concerts, you have to stop somewhere ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Danya Banya says:

    Oh how fun! One of the benefits of having kids is that you get to go to these things. Can’t wait til my kids are old enough…
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  8. Ness says:

    I guess I miss out on stuff like that as I only have boys and they’re not interested. Glad you had fun though.
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    • Kirsty says:

      It was a good time out with the girls, but I really wish that Gilbert could have come as well. Maybe he is starting to grow out of the Disney phase – I have to keep reminding myself that he will be 9 in two months time!

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