Hello Moms+Dads,LOVE you guys! Thinking of taking cruise over Xmas break. Is it more crowded that week after Xmas, like parks? Is ship still decorated for the holidays, after? Departe 12/26, want holiday exper. Inroom sitting at night so we can explore por
- Asked by Gayle from NJ on 7/12/2010
We love you too - your questions are what make this job so much fun! It's no secret that the week between Christmas and the New Years holiday can be one of the busiest at the Disney Parks, but the beauty of cruising is that... read more
We are going to cruise on the Disney Wonder in September. We have a 4 yr old daughter, when we are docked at Nassau, can she still play in the kids area or do we have to take her onshore too? Also, how long can kids stay at the kid's area?
- Asked by Grace on 7/19/2010
Welcome to the Moms Panel! September is one of my favorite months to cruise, the warm weather and low crowds make it ideal for my family.
The Oceaneer Club and Oceaneer Lab remain open while in port, so you are more then... read more
Planning 1st DCL cruise Dec.2010. Our son will have just turned 5. He is a little shy & nervous in new setting (especially since no other kids going w/ us.)Will they allow parents to hang out for a little while in kids' club until he get comfortable
- Asked by Terra from GA on 7/8/2010
Welcome to the Moms Panel, and congratulations on planning your first Disney Cruise. I have found that this is the perfect family vacation - kid friendly, fun and stress-free because everything you need is right there! ... read more
My 4 yr old Alice has Aspergers & I was told about the Disney Autism Cruise. I would love to take her but need any info about notes from Drs. I take her to DW often & thought I'd try something new. Can I bring a mom/child if they dont have special
- Asked by Angie on 6/16/2010
Welcome to the Moms Panel! I am excited to hear that you are considering a Disney Cruise - one of my favorite things about the cruise is having the seclusion and serenity of your stateroom only moments away at any given time while... read more
We have 5 children ranging in age from 3-7 years old. We have never been to WDW before. Given the number and ages of our kids, do you think we should plan a vacation to WDW or go on a Disney cruise? What about a combination of both?
- Asked by Kris from AL on 6/20/2010
When weighing your choices for a WDW vacation, a Disney cruise or both,
consider what your goals are. Families
vacation for different reasons -- to get away from the details of life,
to celebrate a milestone or a personal triumph,... read more