The girls and I hung out at the Magic Kingdom at Disney World today while Stephanie was at a conference (park tickets were included with the conference fee).
In the morning, the three of us rushed around from one ride to the next (Snow White, Dumbo, It's A Small World, Etc.). We had a blast! As noon approached, we were hungry so we found a restaurant on main street and bought mini corn dogs and french fries. I had a big tray with all the food, three waters, napkins, straws, and the condiments so our four year old had to hold our two year old's hand for me as we navigated through the crowd to find a seat.
It was so crowded that there weren't any tables available inside or outside the restaurant. We walked for a bit and finally found an open bench just outside the first aid office.
The girls and I squeezed in and started eating. When we were about 3/4 of the way through our meal, a family of two kids, a mom, and a grandmother came and sat down on the bench next to us. They had food as well. The mom and kids were able to jam into the bench, but the grandmother was left standing so I offered her my seat.
She said, "Oh no! You have kids to take care of." But I insisted and assured her it would be no trouble at all for me to kneel down right next to my girls and finish eating. I also warned her (jokingly) that she would have to sit close to my daughters so it was possible we would spill ketchup on her. She looked at her grandkids and laughed, "Well, it wouldn't be the first time!" and happily accepted my offer.
Do you remember to give up your seat when other people (elderly, pregnant moms, handicapped, etc.) are standing? Has someone ever given you their seat?
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