A Hypothetical Playdate

Let’s say – hypothetically – that there were two families who lived in Orlando and were tired of their own pools and had OD’d on the beach the week before.


And so – hypothetically – the moms went in search of a different place to play for a day.

And let’s say – hypothetically – that their soiled minds led them to break into a Disney resort with their children. If this were true, they would have had to lie to the security guard and say that they were meeting a friend who was staying at the hotel. But, as you can see, that would never be true because what kind of parent tells a flagrant lie with their children sitting in the back of the car?

But let’s pretend – hypothetically – that these mothers with no morals got through security without so much as a blink from the security guard. I would imagine that they would probably have a fantastic day at the resort pool!

I have heard from friends that the Caribbean Beach Resort at Disney has the most amazing kid pool area, with a pirate ship area for little kids and then a big pool with giant water slides, too. And – hypothetically – I bet I would be super proud of Bean for swimming like a fish all over the big pool and getting up the courage to go down the big water slides, too.

The pool area was so fun that, hypothetically, we might have stayed from 9:00 in the morning until 3:00 in the afternoon. And we probably would have had lunch at the cafeteria on the property so that we didn’t have to worry about bringing in food for the entire day. Hypothetically, of course.

I mean, hypothetically, it probably would have been a super awesome day.




P.S. Marriage Confessions does not condone immoral acts of lying, trespassing, or having illegal fun with your children.  Thank you, Management

P.P.S. You can’t prove anything!

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9 Thoughts to “A Hypothetical Playdate”

  1. Jennifer

    My friends and I stayed off property at Disney once and hypothetically may have snuck into the Animal Kingdom Lodge to use the hot tub! The security guard was pretty unconvinced when we didn’t know what room number our “friend” was in. We spent the whole night worried that security was going to chase us down or tow our car!

  2. Jody

    Oh man, you criminal! I am laughing over here, but oh what fun! Your kids will remember that one for a while.

  3. Carlene

    My whole extended family is in Orlando, so we go down for thanksgiving every year. Our favorite family tradition is on Black Friday, instead of shopping, we go swimming in various resort pools, then resort hopping to check out the Christmas decorations, then sitting on the beach at the Polynesian to watch Magic Kingdoms fireworks (they pipe in the music and narration!).

    Whole day of cheap, wholesome family fun for the cost of a few lies.

  4. Sonya

    Awesome! I’m guessing this happens a lot with other people. Hypothetically of course:)

  5. Hilary

    So, hypothetically, Disney STILL got your money because you ate at their cafeteria. That mouse is the one with no morals. Well played, Disney, well played.

  6. Kristin B

    If you hypothetically want to join me at the Bay Lake Tower DVC pool the 15th-18th this month, just let me know! 😉

  7. Super cute pics!
    I love how your blog is a family scrapbook.
    I am always inspired by your work.

  8. Loved this post.
    Made me cackle quietly (quietly because I am not so hypothetically AT work, but am not actually doing any)

  9. Meghan

    I still remember my Mom sneaking Caitlin and I into the pool area of a hotel where my Dad was attending a conference (but we were not staying there). I remember it was an incredible pool, and I also remember diving down when the hotel staff would go by so they wouldn’t see that we weren’t wearing the required wristbands. It’s a great memory…..the whole thing (the pool and how we got there). 🙂

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