One of the most exciting things to do at Disney World or Disneyland for the little ones is meeting the characters. Nothing makes a toddler’s day than meeting his hero, Buzz Lightyear, in person. And the same goes for those adorable little girls meeting Cinderella, Snow White, or Jasmine for the first time.
They are transfixed, mesmerized and most of the time need a little prodding to get the conversation going.
A great way to remember these moments, aside from the 30+ pictures you may take, is to get a little keepsake of the moment – an autograph. And believe me, these Disney Characters (Cast Members) are very happy to sign an autograph book for you.
On our first trip to Disney World, we brought along an official Disney Autograph book that we had purchased at the local Disney Store (they are also available at every gift shop in the parks and resorts). It was nice to have for our daughter to have the courage to go up to the characters and was a really fun time for her to interact with them.
However, on our second trip, we wanted to find something new to autograph. The answer was right on our bookshelf. The Disney Junior Encyclopedia of Disney Characters gives every character their own page to sign on.