Once inside the building, the wait seemed as though it would have been longer than 10 minutes, but we never stuck around to find out. You see, Evan LOVES Mickey Mouse and he could hardly contain himself once inside the building and since the switchbacks in the queue were just a series of ropes, he kept ducking under them and kept trying to figure out how to sneak to the front of the line. He was a little boy on a mission to meet his favorite mouse, and even though I kept trying to explain to him that we had to wait our turn to meet Mickey, I decided, "NO! I'm not dealing with this!" So, I took him by the hand and we left.
At this point in time, Evan then quickly learned that if he tries to jump line again, that we're leaving.
On the way out I noticed that I forgot to recharge the batteries in my camera, so I bought a pack of very expensive and overpriced batteries and then walked towards to the fastpass kiosk. I had resigned myself to the fact that the only way we'd be meeting Mickey is with a fastpass!
At 9:55 with pulled fastpasses for both Mickey and the Town Square Princess with a return time between 10:35 and 11:35. Then, with fastpasses in hand, Evan sat down in his Buzz Lightyear Stroller and we made our way towards Tinker Bell!
The queue to meet Tinker Bell was awesome. Evan remained in his stroller for half the wait and played with an app on my phone (with the sound turned off, of course - sometimes I don't understand why some people feel the need to distract their kids, but annoy others at the same time by leaving the sound turned up on their phones and gadgets?!).
When Evan had enough of sitting in the stroller and after I made it clear to him that we would leave if he tried any of his queue jumping antics again, I let him out.
Fortunately, he had learned his lesson from earlier and we had a very enjoyable wait. He also stood and watched a bit of the Tinker Bell movie for a while.
Evan in his "I'm so Goofy!" shirt. Yes, very goofy, but at least he was in a good mood and listening!! :)
We had a lot of fun meeting Tinker Bell and Rosetta. Evan wasn't really interested in Rosetta though and he kept telling her that he wasn't there to meet her, but that he really wanted to meet Tinker Bell.