My 30th Birthday At Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World® Resort

I've been an official adult for about a month now! I mean, I know...I'm married, I have children, I pay bills and stuff - but I still feel like a kid. I suppose it's as they say, "You're as young as you feel". Not that 30 is old by any means.

Originally, I planned to do nothing for my 30th birthday but binge watch some shows on Netflix and have my favorite cake from Publix. However, one of my bestfriends started hyping me up about the whole thing by planning an entire day where she treated me to a spa service and brunch. I figured that I should keep the party going and celebrate this milestone. What better place to be on the last day of your 20's and first day of your 30's, than at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World® Resort?

I've been dreaming of going back since celebrating our anniversary there some time ago, and this was the perfect reason to return. This time, it was a family staycation where Grey had the time of his life. Forget about me! This was all about him and he had the best time! Since we're now in the house hunting process and have been visiting properties over these past few weeks - ugh, another story - he asked if this was the new house we bought. Man, I wish lol.

Upon arrival, we were met with robes, pirate hats and swords for the boys! My 4 year old LOVES playing pirates and could hardly contain his excitement. KC is only 5 months old so he couldn't play or fit the robe, but it was still as nice gesture to include him. 

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I was welcomed with birthday cake, chocolate, which happens to be my absolute favorite! We also had cookies! Such a cute surprise. Grey and I sat and inhaled all of this before we all went on the balcony to watch the fireworks that were happening over at Disney. It was so beautiful and such a treat for Grey.

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The Cutest Pirate All Time

Again, although it was my birthday, this was basically Grey's big adventure! We spent the entire day at Explorer Island which is an amazing family area where there is a Splash Zone, Lazy River, the family pool (last time we hung out at the adult only pool) and The Mansion which hosts tons of kid activities. While Hubby and Baby relaxed in a cabana where they were served water to keep cool, my Big Boy and I did our best to do as much as we could. He and I had an absolute blast, especially going around the lazy river a million times.

It was nice to escape for a night and welcome what I predict to be my most prosperous and memorable decade of my life yet at  Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World® Resort. And thank you so much for one of the valet attendants for offering to take a family photo of us because this is probably only the 4th photo we have of all of us that isn't a selfie. In addition to my spa/brunch day, and stay cay, I was treated to dinner at Ruth Chris by another bestie during my trip to New York two days following this experience. 

I'm so excited to be 30 and I can't wait to inherit all the Blessings that God has in store for myself and my family! 

This post is sponsored by Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World® Resort. All thoughts and opinions are my own.