See this face? Pathetic, isn’t it?

Is it over?

Yep, Disney On Ice made my kid cry. Not because he didn’t love it; he thought it was awesome. He was crying because, as he put it, “I don’t want it to be over!”

(He also wanted more Little Mermaid. But who doesn’t?)

I was also a little sad to see Disney on Ice Treasure Trove end, because it was a pretty amazing show.

My youngest (Mr. Sad Eyes up there) was looking forward to seeing Peter Pan, but he says that the Lion King performance was actually his favorite. The staging for this one was absolutely amazing.

Lion King

I loved it all, but I especially enjoyed Aladdin and his elephant.

Disney on Ice Aladdin

My oldest was sick, so we brought along a friend and her daughter. What did she like best? “Everything!”

Disney on Ice Finale

And until he realized the show was over, my son had big smiles the whole time.

Disney On Ice Treasure Trove

There’s STILL TIME to get your tickets for Disney on Ice Treasure Trove at Banker’s Life Fieldhouse:

Click here to purchase tickets to a Disney On Ice show near you!

The show runs through January 25th.

Do you want to miss this event? Honey bunches of NOPE. Even if your kid cries at the end, the smiles in the hours before are totally worth it.

 

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