I thinking about taking my 9 month old to WDW. I have been there before without children. Which park would best entertain her? My husband has a conference at a resort outside the park. Will going to the park by ourselves be difficult?
- Asked by Debbie from RI on 2/12/2008
Many people take their children to WDW alone. This could be a great time to bond with your daughter.For a child as young as yours, I would suggest starting with the Magic Kingdom. There are plenty of rides in Fantasyland that you could take her on.... read more
I have a 9 year old daughter and it is her first trip to WDW. We are coming during March Break of 2008. I was wondering if the strollers would accomodate her- about 60lbs and 50inches. When she gets tired, she gets cranky, and I want her to enjoy herself.
- Asked by janet on 2/22/2008
Hi Janet. I have been answering the large child stroller questions. My Princess Coco Smoothie is almost 5 feet tall and 80 lbs. She is only 7. She is either going to be a basketball player or a model. Either way, I'm going to a really good nursing... read more
I will be travelling to WDW next month for the first time with my 5 1/2 month old daughter. Is there anything that she can ride at any park?
- Asked by Tara from ON on 2/8/2008
Hi Tara,Our youngest son was nearly the same age for his first trip to WDW, and he was able to ride many things. In fact, he even had his first haircut while at WDW; there is a working barber shop on Main Street USA in the Magic Kingdom. Rather... read more
I know you can get a wake up call for a Disney character when you stay at a property. Anyway of doing this if were staying in our RV in Fort Wilderness? Can a cell phone be called?
- Asked by MELISSA from PA on 2/20/2008
Hi Melissa! I was just there this past week and Mickey and Stich woke me up every morning. They are very loud!I haven't heard of them calling outside of Walt Disney World properties or private lines. The cast members at 1-407-W-Disney would be able... read more
Thank you, thank you for all the info. I've learned SO much for our trip to DW starting in 6 days! Besides tipping housekeeping and at restaurants, is it appropriate to tip cast members for good service? How about a short note of appreciation?
- Asked by Sue on 2/19/2008
In general you will not find Disney World to be a place where the employees (cast members) are waiting with an outstretched hand for a tip. I find that tips really do seem to be appreciated there. When we are at WDW, we tip at restaurants,... read more