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We plan to come to WDW the last week of May or first week of June. What special things should we include in our trip? Our youngest child will only be 10 months old, should we bring our own stroller and baby bed or use Disney accomodations? Any other tips
- Asked by Tammy from IN on 1/12/2012
Hi Tammy! How exciting that your trip will be here soon! Here are a few suggestions to making your trip extra magical. Check out Disney Floral and Gifts
for a wide variety of ideas. You can have them set up your room in ways that make it seem as if Mickey and Friends have been there to visit while you were out. For little princesses, the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
is very popular, and for a prince, he can be recruited into The Pirates League
! You can also sign your family up for one of the Disney Tours
. Of course, character dining meals are always a big hit with Disney-loving kids! And be sure to call your front desk for a wake-up call from some pretty special friends! Let your kids answer!
Some other things my boys like: pin trading (you can buy pins and trade them with any cast member or willing fellow pin-trader), Epcot passports (you can buy a passport at an Epcot gift shop and have it signed and stamped at each country in the World Showcase), Hidden Mickeys (there are hidden Mickeys throughout the parks and resort area, we have a book and an app that helps us find them and can even let us score ourselves). If you are at Animal Kingdom early in the morning, take the train back to Rafiki's Panet Watch. You may be able to see the veterinarians working with the animals. Even if you don't catch that there are usually some you can pet! Have a wonderful vacation!