Everyone in my family each has a silly little "tradition" that they do every time we visit WDW. It's not much, it's nothing to write home about, but it's important to the individual.
For instance, mine involves food. First, I have to have a candy apple in Frontierland just before the parade. I sit on the wooden walkway in front of the store, eat the apple and watch the parade. It's silly, but I love it! Secondly, just before 'closing down' Magic Kingdom for the evening, I stop into the Main Street Bakery for a slice of cheese cake with strawberries with a cup of coffee. I've done it for years, and always will.
My daughter always makes me ride Dumbo with her. She doesn't know how much I look forward to that special time together!
My wife runs up to the very first character she sees as soon as we enter Magic Kingdom and gets a hug and photo. It's a game to guess who it might be each time!
So, do you have any silly traditions that make your visit to WDW a little more magical for you? Share them!