It's kind of surprising to think that one of the original proposed sites for Disney World, was actually Washington D.C. How different it would have looked, and how much shorter of a drive it would be for many!
Do you think D.C. would have been a good spot? There would not have been alligators, but I think the traffic would be just as bad!
Do you love Ducktales? Woo-oo!
We do!! I think each episode is better than the last, and it's one of those that if the kids play over and over, I don't mind a bit because I catch new things each time, and the jokes NEVER get tiresome! I love how each of the triplet's has their own personality, and I love, love love Donald and Mr. McD!
We've a special treat for you Ducktales fans, in the form of FREE Printable tags. Use them on your kid's lunch boxes, backpacks, (heck, yours too!) or when you are on your way to Disney!
Print them, cut them out and then for longevity, laminate either with a lamination machine or self adhesive pouch, clear contact paper, or even packing tape! Punch a hole in them and attach with anything you like! Coordinating ribbons or yarn, rubber bands and zip ties are all things I've done in the past that have worked great.
You can right click on the photo below and save, or if you have trouble that way, you could also click and download the file located just under the photo.
Want more FREE printables? Click here, and go to the main Printables page. We've got lots of new ones in the works, and can't wait to share them!
Comment below with your favorite Triplet, (I love Louie!) or episode, and visit us on Facebook to show how you used your tags!
Did you know that Disney owns Touchstone Pictures? I have no idea until recently! That means movies like Splash, Pretty Woman, Pearl Harbor and The Joy Luck Club, among many others all are owned by Disney. Touchstone Pictures are for the more adult films. Interesting! I'll be curious to see how many Fox titles get brought over to Disney after this merger! And I won't lie, I hope that Comcast doesn't throttle our speed when the new Disney Streaming service comes out in 2019, since there's no Net Neutrality to block them, and they lost the winning bid for Fox to Disney.