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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Celebrating Todd's Birthday at the Happiest Place on Earth!

For the second year in a row, we have celebrated Todd's birthday at the Walt Disney World Resort. Last year, on his birthday, he was given Birthday FASTPASSes that we used at Disney's Hollywood Studios. This year, the celebration didn't include FASTPASSes, but it did include other surprises.
A cupcake with candle were part of the celebration at the Crystal Palace in the Magic Kingdom. The cupcake came with a birthday card signed by Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore, and Winnie the Pooh.


During dinner at Teppan Edo in the Japan Pavilion at EPCOT, a special green tea pudding was served with a candle and a special hat was decorated just for Todd's birthday.

A special liter of beverage was part of the birthday celebration at the Biergarten in the Germany Pavilion in EPCOT. The band asked for Todd to stand up and be recognized for his birthday.

Other recognitions included the whole arena at Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular wishing Todd a happy birthday in unison, being sung to over a candled cupcake at the Hollywood and Vine restaurant in Disney's Hollywood Studios, and being wished a happy birthday by numerous people throughout the parks and resort.

He didn't just have a birthday day. . . he had a birthday WEEK!


Here's the birthday card he was given by his family.


The card featured birthday wishes from various countries around EPCOT's World Showcase.

If you want to surprise someone with birthday wishes (or any celebration) in various languages, just have your card ready and stop at the KIDCOT tables in the pavilions around World Showcase. The cast members are from the countries represented and will be happy to write a message in their native language. (It helps to have the name of the person already written on the card so that they can copy the name.) The cast members will be happy to explain what they wrote and add the "stamp" from that country.
Celebrating special occasions are important. Celebrating special occasions at the happiest place on earth are magical! What will you celebrate?





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