Ceiba decided NO WAY were we leaving each day once we arrived at the park, so we ditched the naps in the room and opted for naps on Papa's shoulder instead. Once asleep, Chris or I would plop in a chair holding Ceiba, while the other tooled around freely for a little while.
Everything worked out great! We caught the parade both days (GREAT!), fireworks and saw all the rides, except the ones she was to small for. Most rides (Buzz Lightyear's Blaster, Teacups, carousel) were visited MANY times throughout the 2 days at the park.
We also attended as many of the Meet & Greet sessions with characters as we could. At first, the costumes were a little scary to Ceiba, but Papa had a talk with her, and she warmed right up and then loved them the rest of the visit. Belle was her favorite! All the princesses were so good at talking to her. Surprisingly, only about 20-30% of the visitors were children. Most of the lines to visit the characters were grown-ups. So between our being caucasian and American, and Ceiba's unusual features for the area, I think more tourists took pictures of us than we took of ourselves.
We saw the Golden Mickeys show (twice) and the Lion King show, which Ceiba sang & danced along with and just LOVED. It was a nice rest for Chris's and my feet too. And no Disney trip would be complete without a new princess dress! It was a unanimous "Belle". A few poses around the resort, so when she's 16 we can remember when she was sweet, ha ha.
Our last day was beautiful and sunny, so we strolled through the hedge maze and walked along the shoreline at the resort and pier. I think all of us could easily have been persuaded to stay another week. When we put Ceiba in bed at home in Dhaka that first night back, she said "I want to go back to the hotel".
Us too honey, us too...