Maybe earplugs will help when when we go to the MK with the grandkids this spring?
...and then there was the time when my daughter who was then 5 years old wanted to go on it 3 times in a row. The first time my wife rode it with us. The second time my wife excused herself for a bathroom break, and then we couldn't find her after the ride (This was in the days before cellphones made us all instantly accessible.), so my daughter who was tired of waiting and near a meltdown asked for a third ride. I had no choice.
After that ride, we found my wife, and because it was the end of the day, we decided to go back to the hotel room, and I carried my daughter out of the park on my shoulders - while she hummed and sang what she could remember about the theme song right above my ears.
...and during the monorail ride,
...and on the tram out to the parking lot,
...and in the car until she fell asleep.
They say insanity is hereditary - you get it from your kids. It's true.