top five favorite disney flicks

Welcome back to yet another Disney post! This time related to movies. Our favorites to be exact. This could be quite the list. So I'll narrow it down for you. I'll stick with five family favorites. But I'm sure we will pretty much be watching these five and many more before this vacation. And on the way to this vacation. And Matt, Pirates does not count as a family movie because: scary.


Mary Poppins. How could this not be on the list? It's iconic. I love Julie Andrews and I love the music and I just love it all. Letteria has been singing Let's Go Fly a Kite before she could even say my mother's name. Meeting Mary was such a highlight last trip. To me anyways.

Finding Nemo. This movie is good for the girls and the boys. And the adults. Although I always fast forward the beginning because, tear. The rest of it is very funny, which you know. I also enjoy that the kids get to go on the actual ride in Epcot. Who wouldn't love that?

Tangled. Oh this movie! You! I love the songs and the humor and that horse! Every Disney horse from here on out should be like Maximus. He's such a corker.

Frozen. This is such a hit. The songs are all so good. That snowman and reindeer combination? Winner winner. We are super excited to wait in the insane lines just for a chance to meet them.

Beauty and the Beast. This was Letty's first love. It was probably my favorite as well until the above movie just came and ruined everything. I remember watching this with my friend Rhonda pretty much every night for weeks once it came out of the vault (we were fresh out of high school then). The two of us could give Letty a run for her money with the quoting and the singing. Letty sat still for over two hours watching this play at a local high school. Two hours. She was two and a half! Add another exclamation point for effect! She loves Belle so very much. Anna may have taken over for a bit but she'll be back Belle. Don't you worry. I am aware I'm discussing them like they are real. To a three year old, they are.

I could really go into an even more extensive explanation as to why each movie is loved but suffice it to say they are loved and they are classic and such is life.

Anddddd. Done.



  1. think we can roll five deep in a clam? YES. they can sit on our laps. or just have your parents watch while the three of us go bc I NEED IT TO HAPPEN. sigh. such a needy friend.

  2. If I had to narrow it done to five I doubt it could be done. There was probably be screaming and tears. haha. I really really want to see Frozen. I can't believe I haven't yet. Fail. Now I am extra intrigued since it is holding it's own/slash temporarily eclipsing my bestie Belle. Those are tall heels, tall heels to fill.

    So, since yesterday was a write off for blogging I think I am going to throw in Tangled and pretend I am not to distracted to blog a little Disney something.

  3. I was such a Disney kid. Beauty and The Best is still my number one movie in the world. I absolutely love it!

  4. Ok, we have yet to see Frozen. But I think I am more excited for it to come out, I even pre ordered it on apple tv. And Nemo is definitely a staple in this house, as is Toy Story 1,2 and 3. I can't wait for Avalon to watch movies because beauty and the beast is one of my favs.

  5. beauty and the best is my num. ber. ONE! belle is what i call my "spirit princess." i had a B&B birthday party for my 6th and i am ready for another one, i think. also! i am almost embarrassed to say this, but i haven't seen tangled yet!!! gonna have to go on it with M when she's ready!!

  6. Awww love this list - a couple bring me back. Like waaay back. Is it bad that I've never seen Finding Nemo? I think Cruz and I need to rent it stat! We just watched Despicable Me last night and it was super cute! Wait, is that even Disney? Who knows! Frozen is seriously one of the best - so glad that was one of Cruz's first movie theater movies!


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