We then stopped at the Refreshment Port where I ordered three croissant donuts for $14.35. At that kind of price, I figured that we could share them and that the kids did not need to eat their own - I do think that I was nice enough though to let my husband have his own.
They were messy (for the kids anyway) but very good. Kyle still refused to sit in the stroller, so Emma sat in the empty seat for a few minutes
It wasn't long until we were joined by several birds, and even though Evan was very scared of them and tucked his legs up close to his body and kept his donut covered with his hands as best he could, he greeted them and said "Hiya, Friends!" But some friends they turned out to be when they turned their backs and walked away from us when they realized that we weren't sharing with them!
We quickly walked through Canada - one of these days I'd like to walk through the gardens and also see the waterfall - and we made our way to the United Kingdom. Even though we met Pooh and Tigger the day before, we really wanted to meet them again.
There was hardly a wait to meet them at all, but we arrived right before they were meant to go on a honey break. The character handler said that Pooh & Tigger would be back in a few minutes, and Kyle did amazingly well waiting for them to return, possibly because he already saw them and knew that they were coming back. He kept saying, "honey" and "eat" over and over, because he thought it was hilarious that they were taking a break to go and eat some honey.
The photopass photographer never returned while we met the characters, so I took a few photos while James videoed it, and I'm so happy to be able to watch it over and over again. Kyle ran into Tigger's arms when he saw him and at one point I noticed that he gave Pooh a kiss on the belly. Pooh giggled and Kyle started to giggle, too. Evan also had a lot of fun bouncing around with Tigger, and I'm just so happy that we decided to meet them a second time!
Here is another video (again, slightly shaky at times, sorry.)