I should be happy, right? It will save me about $240 and 60-90 minutes of time and avoid dividing up my family for that time while my son does other attractions with either me or my wife.
DD4 seemed to enjoy BBB last year and worn the Elsa dress/crown and extra make-up many times at home since the trip, but she recently told me she doesn’t want to do BBB again this year. I asked why and she said she didn’t like everyone at BBB looking at her (ie our family and the stylist) and clapping when it was done. In general, she doesn’t like being the center of attention so I suppose that part is not surprising.
She also said to me “I tried it and didn’t like it so I don’t want to do it again. It was good that I tried it. And some things I tried and I did like … like the Pirates ride.” That is a very fair point as my wife and emphasize with her to try a lot of different things even if she thinks she might not like them … and then after she tries, she can decide what she likes and what she doesn’t like. She was scared to ride PotC, but my wife and I talked her into trying it and she loved it.
For some reason, however, I feel disappointed she doesn’t want to do BBB. Any liners who have felt similarly with these types of situations with their kids?