Walt Disney World Packing List For Babies And Toddlers

Packing for a trip to Walt Disney World, with four theme parks, two water parks and Disney Springs, can be a massive undertaking. Add a baby or toddler to the mix and it can be downright intimidating. Aside from the usual diapers, pull-ups, PJ’s and daily clothing, what else will you need for a trip to Walt Disney World? Below are my favorite-must-never-be-left-at-home items that have helped me through countless Disney vacations. My “babies” are now 12, 12 (they’re 10 months apart) and 23. I’ve had plenty of trips to hone the list. Take a copy with you for your Continue reading Walt Disney World Packing List For Babies And Toddlers

Doing Walt Disney World As A Single Parent

One of the best trips I ever took to Walt Disney World was with my 6 and 7 year old sons and me. Just me and the boys. And it was awesome! But scary. Because I was it. The only adult. And a female adult with two boys….think “I’m too old to go with mom to the bathroom” tricky. In most ways, it was the best trip ever. In other ways, it was trickiest trip ever. It was also the most educational trip ever for me as a parent. Let me share my new Disney wisdom! There are family bathrooms everywhere! As Continue reading Doing Walt Disney World As A Single Parent

The Perfect Age To Take Your Child To Walt Disney World

So, you want to know the perfect age to take your children to Walt Disney World because you don’t want to miss that perfect window of opportunity or waste money on a vacation they may not remember. People ask me all the time, “What is the perfect age to take our kids to Walt Disney World?” And I say, “Six.” Six is perfect. She still loves princesses and not afraid to meet one. He can join in the swashbuckling fun of playing pirate with Captain Jack Sparrow. They can ride Toy Story Mania and Haunted Mansion for the perfect kid-sized Continue reading The Perfect Age To Take Your Child To Walt Disney World

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