I see lots of special things for little girls like the BBBoutique & glass slipper desserts - what's available to spoil & thrill a 5 year old boy????
- Asked by ellen from VA on 7/10/2008
As a parent of a prince-in-training, here's some ideas!-At the Rainforest Cafe, order a Lava Mud dessert with gummy worms in dirt-like pudding. Families can share a Sparkling Volcano which is a brownie and ice cream creation with a sparkler on... read more
I just read an about the Pirate Adventure at the GF. It sounds like fun, but I was wondering if my DD8 would enjoy the trip? Do girls go on the trip? Also, is it feasible to leave them there and be back on time using DW transportation? Staying at PC.
- Asked by Stephanie from NC on 7/8/2008
My eight year old son says "girls can go on it"! And he adds "it's actually pretty fun, and they hide stuff everywhere". In fact, his buddy was a girl and my son insists that she had a good time too. As a parent, I saw many girls and boys going on... read more
I was looking for info. on the GF pirate adventure and read that adults are not allowed to take part in the adventure? Is this true? I thought it would be something that my husband and son could do together? Thanks!
- Asked by Shannon from DE on 7/6/2008
This is a Kids Only event that sets sail from the Grand Floridian. My son just participated on his second pirate voyage a few weeks ago. Part of the adventure includes the kids being able to wave good-bye to the parents left on shore and singing "A... read more
Concerning the Princess Tea Party: I will be taking my 8 yr. old & 10 yr. old daughters and I was wondering if there is a certain clothing they have to wear? I was told that many wear dress-up. Is this true or is it only pre-schoolers?
- Asked by Renee from LA on 6/30/2008
Renee, you will find at Walt Disney World, everyone is a princess. I have seen girls only a few months old to, well, let me just say that I have been known to dress up in a gown myself. If your Princesses want to dress up, them let them. They will... read more
First-timer to WDW (October08) and I'm concerned about my 3yr, 7month-old and childcare. It seems the childcare programs have a minimum age requirement of 4yrs. My son is very mature for his age and is potty trained. Is there any flexibility there?
- Asked by John from NJ on 7/3/2008
There is a minimum age requirement at the Disney childcare centers of 4 years old. There is no flexibility in this. There are legal issues related to staffing that change when the children reach four years of age. Disney does contract with sitting... read more