10 Things A Disney Nut Does Better

There are a lot of us out there. Certified Disney Nuts. You can tell by our Disney license plates, Disney t-shirts,  and the Mickey Ears we wear outside of the parks. You’ll catch us humming It’s A Small World or Let It Go and we don’t even know we’re doing it. And if you’re planning a trip to Walt Disney World, you’ll want to invite the Disney Nut in your life to dinner. Pick their brain. Get them talking about the place they call home. Because there are a lot of things a Disney Nut does better. 1. We know the best Continue reading 10 Things A Disney Nut Does Better

Quick Guide To Walt Disney World Resort Rapid Fill Mugs

If you are staying at a Walt Disney World resort you’ll find plenty of guests walking around with a special Walt Disney World mug. It’s not just a fancy souvenir. It’s a refillable mug that you can use for your entire stay and fill at any of the convenient beverage locations, either poolside, at the quick service food windows, food courts or gift shops. The current pricing begins at $8.99 (for one day) and goes up to $17.99 for the entire length of your trip. You may purchase one-day, two-day, three-day or length-of-stay mugs.  If you are staying a week, Continue reading Quick Guide To Walt Disney World Resort Rapid Fill Mugs

Disney’s Signature Breakfast Staple: Tonga Toast

One of our family’s favorite last day traditions is to hop over to the Polynesian resort for a send-off breakfast of Tonga Toast. If we have plenty of time, we have it at Kona Café, a sit-down restaurant. If we’re in a hurry, we scoot down to Captain Cook’s, the Polynesian’s quick-service dining. And if we’re not at our favorite place in the world, longing for Tonga Toast’s sugary goodness, we make it at home! Tonga Toast Recipe Cinnamon Sugar: 3/4 cup granulated sugar 2 teaspoons cinnamon   Batter: 4 large eggs 1 1/3 cup whole milk 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon Continue reading Disney’s Signature Breakfast Staple: Tonga Toast

Plan A Little Downtime During Your Walt Disney World Vacation And Make Everyone Happy

When I’m at Walt Disney World my type-A personality goes into overdrive. I want to get up early, stay out late and soak in as much of the magic as is humanly possible. And it drives my husband crazy. Waking up at 6am and crashing at 12am (or later) is NOT his idea of a vacation. And I’m assuming, that for most of you out there, that’s not your idea of fun either. Our compromise has been to schedule downtime throughout the trip that allows us to recharge and keep everyone at optimal operational levels. Now, this could be as Continue reading Plan A Little Downtime During Your Walt Disney World Vacation And Make Everyone Happy

Bringing Your Toddler Or Baby To Walt Disney World

Hmmm, the best age to take your child to Walt Disney World. Is there a right or wrong, one size fits all answer to this question? In a word, No. If some families wait until one child is “the perfect age” other family members miss out. Typically, families wait until their oldest child is 5 or 6 and younger siblings tag along. And this means dealing with a toddler or baby at Walt Disney World. Sounds like a nightmare? It doesn’t have to be. My children have been going since there were 10 months old. We’ve juggled many ages and stages Continue reading Bringing Your Toddler Or Baby To Walt Disney World