Mary Beth C. (NDM#6) (22 Posts)

Hi! I am a Canadian Disney mom to two Neurotic Disney Kids and a wife to my husband who still doesn't "get it" when I talk about Disney. Until a couple years ago, I assumed I was the only person in the world who thought about Walt Disney World every day and night. Needless to say I was pleasantly surprised when I found the on-line community of Neurotic Disney People. My other passion outside of Disney is scrapbooking, and I truly don't feel life is complete unless I have a Disney trip album to work on. I've been scrapbooking for over 15 years and I belong to various scrapbooking forums as well. My secret wish is to be Tinkerbell as she flys out of Cinderella's Castle during Wishes, and my favorite food item at WDW is the corn bread at the Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue. When I am resting at WDW you can find me resting by the pool at Port Orleans French Quarter. My favorite park is the Magic Kingdom as it is the first one I ever visited and is the one with the most special memories!


004005disney halloween in canada

You know you are from Canada when you plan your Halloween costume to fit over your Snow Suit! This long standing joke is only partially true in my little part of Ontario, Canada. We have had some balmy Halloween weather of 20ºc (that is 70º f for you Americans) over the last few years and we had some snow Halloween 2014.

Raising my 2 kids has sometimes meant organizing 2 costumes. One for Daycare or School that is lighter weight and can be played in and another that can fit over a sweatshirt and pants and can accommodate wearing mitts or gloves.

This has meant that we have had to be creative. It’s hard to be Minnie Mouse when you are wearing your dress over layers of other clothes. LOL

Sometimes it is just easier to put on your pyjammas and robe on over your sweatshirt and hope for the best.

But the best costumes no matter where you are, always show your Disney Side. LOL


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