We are thinking of celebrating my grandson's 3rd birthday in Disney World next year. In your opinion, do you think 3 is too young or should we try and hold out until his 4th birthday (if WE can last that long!)?
- Asked by Denise from MI on 8/10/2008
Oh, I ventured to answer this question in a recent interview that I did along with other Moms Panelists at www.wdwradio.com.
My tip was to go now.
I will never forget my two year old son's excitement over the characters, Dumbo, the monorail,... read more
We will be visiting WDW in Sept. on my husbands 40th birthday. I know that kids get special treatment, but how about adults? I want it to be special for both him and my kids 4 and 9). Would a special t-shirt be too much or will a pin be enough? Thanks!
- Asked by Christine from OH on 7/28/2008
Celebrating a 40th birthday in WDW is a fabulous idea. I should know. I celebrated my rather large birthday number there in June.
A special t-shirt for your hubby would be great. He'll get lots more attention than just from wearing the pin.... read more
My family & I will be going to WDW in Oct. for my daughter's 5th b-day, what's the weather like that time of year? Also, on the custom b-day cakes, do they have Sleeping Beauty for the cake design (my little one's fave princess)? Thanks!
- Asked by Christi from MS on 7/28/2008
I love October in Disney World! When my daughter Jess turned 5 almost seven years ago, we were in Disney in October as well!
October will have weather in the mid 80's with lower humid than the summer. The evenings often require a... read more
leaving in 23 days! Wondering where the best character meal would be to celebrate a 3 year olds birthday?
- Asked by Brandy from FL on 8/5/2008
Any of the Disney character dining experiences would be great for a three year old. The best way to choose would be to think about what the child's character preferences are. If you have princess fan, then try for the Princess Storybook meal at the... read more
My family and I will be in WDW in the beginning of September and will be there for my sons 9th b-day. Any suggestions on a great memorable day. This will be our first trip to WDW. Thanks for any suggestions.
- Asked by Melanie from WI on 7/25/2008
Hi,I would recommend stopping by Guest Relations to pick up a 'It's my birthday' button. Your son can affix the button on his shirt and all day cast members will be wishing him a Happy Birthday. If you want to plan a extra special lunch... read more