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    Smile Junior Chef cuteness

    I interacted with the most adorable two year old on Tuesday! She was too little to do the show but we made sure she got a cookie just the same. The pianist was doing his set on the nearby porch and I got her to 'dance' with me by standing on my shoes and holding my hands while I boogied around. XD A couple minutes later she saw my co-worker smear flour on my cheek and seemed to think it was the most hilarious thing she'd ever seen. (Hysterical screeching toddler laughter!) So I got down on my knees and let her pat flour all over my face herself while the parents took photos. When she left she was yelling "bye 'denny!" and waving frantically with chocolate all over her face. =)

    And that, ladies and gents, is exactly why I choose to continue working here six years after my hire date. Warm fuzzies all around!
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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness

    That sounds like a truly adorable moment. Great to see that you enjoy being a CM after all these years.


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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness

    That is great. Its CM's like you that make the disneyland experience all that much better.
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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness

    way cute!
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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness

    awwww that is so sweet

    its cast members like you that are keeping the magic alive

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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness

    Aww! Gotta love the warm fuzzies.

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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness

    Love it! Makes me want to run away and work at Disneyland!

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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness

    Thanks for the great story! That is the magic of Disney at work.

    Our revels now are ended. These our actors, As I foretold you, were all spirits and Are melted into air, into thin air: And, like the baseless fabric of this vision, The cloud-capp'd towers, the gorgeous palaces, The solemn temples, the great globe itself, Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve And, like this insubstantial pageant faded, Leave not a rack behind. We are such stuff As dreams are made on, and our little life Is rounded with a sleep. mycroft16 on Twitter

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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness

    Quote Originally Posted by Flour Girl View Post
    I interacted with the most adorable two year old on Tuesday! She was too little to do the show but we made sure she got a cookie just the same. The pianist was doing his set on the nearby porch and I got her to 'dance' with me by standing on my shoes and holding my hands while I boogied around. XD A couple minutes later she saw my co-worker smear flour on my cheek and seemed to think it was the most hilarious thing she'd ever seen. (Hysterical screeching toddler laughter!) So I got down on my knees and let her pat flour all over my face herself while the parents took photos. When she left she was yelling "bye 'denny!" and waving frantically with chocolate all over her face. =)

    And that, ladies and gents, is exactly why I choose to continue working here six years after my hire date. Warm fuzzies all around!
    you have such a great job.. I loved working at dca too (until i moved to vegas a onth ago) but i was 3rd shift custodian, so I didnt interact with guests.. (i did for the 50th.) since guests came into the park to wait for DL to open, that was alot of fun.. to see some of the kids faces excited to be going to DL

    good for you.. great job you are doing

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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness

    Thanks for sharing your fun experiences and keeping the Disneyland magic alive! Walt would be very happy!


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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness

    I agree with the rest. It's CMs like you that make the magic! Great story!

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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness

    How often during the day is the junior chef program? Im going to be there the week before Christmas. Is there anything that I should do so my son can participate or do we just have to show up? He's 4 yrs old if that makes a difference.

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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness



    thanks for sharing this heart warming story. it's always nice to enjoy your job. its those moments that you will always treasure.
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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness

    Awww what a nice story. It is CMs like you that make disneyland a magical and wonderful place to be in.

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    Re: Junior Chef cuteness

    Awe, that is so sweet! You really made a dream come true for that family. What a great job. =)
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