Travel Photos: A Louisiana Princess at Disney

It sure is bittersweet to go through old photos and see how fast the kids grow up. If our family returns to a previous travel destination, I do my best to capture them in the same spot. Here are some photos of my little Louisiana princess during her visits to Walt Disney World over the years. I feel so fortunate that she has the memories of the magic that is Disney. We can’t wait to see The Princess and The Frog which will showcase New Orleans and areas of Louisiana in animated fashion as Princess Tiana and Prince Naveen embark on their own magical adventure.









Do you take pictures at the same places?

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  1. Elizabeth says

    I have a picture of my son at 9 months and again at 1 yr. 9 months in front of the Basilica in Talpa, Jalisco. I also have a picture of him as a newborn in my late grandfather’s coat and then again on his first birthday. Unfortunately, he refused to wear the coat when he turned two, but I’m determined to take a 3 yr. old picture in it.

    It’s amazing how time flies.

  2. says

    That is a great idea. One family I know have a almost identical picture taken every year of each of theit children on their birthdays as they grow up. They choose what they wear. I suspect it will be a great keepsake in the years to come as they each grow in front of your eyes.
    .-= Mark H´s last blog ..Three Travel Secrets of Sydney =-.

  3. says

    Gosh, you must be so organised that you can find those old photos and even think to take the same ones in the same places. Although my mother sometimes digs out old childhood photos of me in Rome & Lisbon when I’ve just come back and we have a laugh at how short our skirts were.
    .-= Heather on her travels´s last blog ..Postcard from the snow in Munich =-.

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