Lottie Ferguson

Web Site: http://lottamagic.blogspot.com/


Land of the Lost

July 25, 2014
Will Dole Whips taste the same?

Growing up, I dreamed of the day that I would one day visit the Magic Kingdom and Cinderella Castle.  My first and only Disneyland trip was while visiting cousins in Los Angeles, three years before my first visit to Walt Disney World.  I was the typical angst filled teenager.  Then, the trip to Disneyland...
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Wishful Eating

July 11, 2014
Be Our Guest...flawlessly executed by Imagineers.

After a short break, it sure feels great to write for WDW Fan Zone again.  While recovering from the birth of our third child, I had lots of time to think about Disney Parks and watch Disney moves, even got a bit homesick with thoughts about how much I miss being there and of...
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Wrapping Up The World, Part Two

May 16, 2014
Hip carrying slings are great for short lines & don't take up much space.

In part one of this series, we discussed many of the reasons for baby wearing on a Disney vacation. Let’s continue the discussion by talking about how to choose the right baby carrier for you. How big/heavy is your child? You’ll need a carrier that offers lots of support distributes weight evenly if you...
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Wrapping Up The World, Part One

May 2, 2014
Naps are great in carriers!  Too bad she missed the chance to meet Cinderella.

What’s better than the world’s greatest stroller while vacationing at Disney World? Baby wearing! Over the course of the last five years, my family has taken several trips to the parks with a child under age two. Recently, we’ve become fans of renting strollers from a third party rental company, but nothing takes the...
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Disney Food: Anyone Can Cook!

April 18, 2014
My little sous chef helping prepare dinner.  She loves to cook already!

This has been the longest stretch of time that I’ve been away from Disney Parks, and I’m really starting to miss the place.  For me, a big part of the trip isn’t the character greetings or attractions, it’s the food.  A little mouse once said, “If you are what you eat, then I only...
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Recharge, Relax & runDisney

April 4, 2014
Recharge, Relax & runDisney

In February 2013, I packed up my daughters and flew solo to Walt Disney World for the Princess Half Marathon Weekend.  The decision was very last minute; we were already planning to be there for the weekend and my daughter saw pictures online and asked if we would be doing that on our next...
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Tin Can List

March 21, 2014
Tinkerbell pants, yes...my own mouse ears...not yet.

On WDW FanZone Blogcast of Midnight Magic a couple weeks ago, we discussed our Disney Bucket Lists.  As a frequent Disney guest, there are several things on my list, which I did not have time to mention on the show, that I am truly ashamed to say I have not experienced. For whatever reason...
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Boma-fied Success!

March 7, 2014
Carving Station

  Come a little closer to your screen, I have a secret to tell you.  Did you know one of the best breakfast buffets on Disney property is probably one of the most unknown and underestimated?  On the lower level at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge is Boma – Flavors of Africa, and it’s my...
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Dining Reservations De-mystified

February 21, 2014
A Family Favorite!

So, you’re approaching the all important 180-day mark before your Disney Vacation, and you want to make sure you get a great set of Advanced Dining Reservations (ADRs).  If you’ve never been before, how do you decide what to choose?  If you’ve been before, do you choose new restaurants or family favorites?  Here are...
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Frugal Fare

February 7, 2014
Charred-glazed Filet of Beef at Hollywood Brown Derby, $43.00

“Cheap food isn’t good, and good food isn’t cheap,” is one of the phrases my family lives by, but we are also realists.  Dining plan or not, we have no plans to eat at Signature Dining restaurants like Narcoossee’s and Flying Fish Café every night.  While the meal may be covered, gratuities are not...
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