[QUOTE=christina101902;1138962]If I were you I’d let them know a month in advance that you and your son were going and anyone else is welcome to join( with of course a lil notice for booking purposes). Then you and your son, and whoever else joins in go have the greatest time. Take lots of pics, talk about all the new things you experienced and the awesome food you tried. Then maybe your next trip the rest of the family won’t be so hesitant to join in the fun.
Also an idea for the granddaughter is to buy tickets for her and her parents as a Christmas gift with the stipulation that you and your son will be joining them, when they decide to go. Its a win win, you get to be there and its an awesome present. (Due to the cost it may take you until next Christmas to save for it.)[/QUOTE]
Good idea! Everyone is always invited, and they know it. I know for a fact that when they get there, their inner kid comes out, but it’s the struggle to get them to even think of it. Ugh!
About the tickets. There is a rift in the family from the gd’s mother. So a day there would not be so enjoyable, much less a few days. It just bothers me that this little girl would be in princess heaven, but she’s not allowed to go.