My daughter is 8 1/2 but is already 5 feet tall. She has already outgrown the "biggest" size princess costume we could find - which is a "L 10/12". Does Disney sell "XL" or "tall" costumes for little girls?
- Asked by Jessica from WI on 4/27/2008
The largest size costumes that are available for sale in the theme parks is a child's size 12. I have seen the Disney store sell larger and adult-sized costumes during the Halloween season. I'm guessing that an adult extra-small or small would suit... read more
We are vacationing with our children ages 4&7 in September and would like to see a great show. In your opinion, which show would they like the best, La Nouba or Hoop Dee Doo Revue? Thank you! Kim, TN
- Asked by Kim from TN on 4/20/2008
I brought my girls to Cirque du Soleil La Nouba for the first time this year. They are ages 8 and 11. They were mesmerized by the grace and artistry of the performers. Some of the acts there will take your breath away. We felt like it was worth... read more
I am thinking of taking my daughters ages 9 & 4 for a quick trip at the end of May. We have been there 8 times, but I am neverous but going alone, without my husband or another adult. Any suggestions??? Especially where to stay????
- Asked by Rebecca from PA on 4/27/2008
Hi Rebecca,I say go for it! Although I am a single mother I usually travel to Walt Disney World with either my mom or dad in tow (someone always has to stay at home with the dog) so we take turns! When this is the case I do have some... read more
My son will turn 10 three days before our trip in Jan. He is a very picky eater and hardly eats anything. Since I am planning the trip now, do I consider him 9 or 10? We are getting the dining plan and I am not sure what to purchase. Thanks!!
- Asked by Dawn from OH on 4/12/2008
Hi Dawn. I have picky eaters myself so I feel your pain sister! Here's the scoop though: pricing is based on a child's age at the time of travel. Since your son will be ten before you travel, he would be considered an adult when it... read more
I am a single dad (age 48) with two boys who will be 6 & 7 when we go to WDW in June. We will be staying 9 days. Any ideas on where best to stay to see/do most? Better to stay in 1 place or split between 2 locations? Any sug's for single dad travel w/k
- Asked by Tim from TX on 4/22/2008
It's Tim and his pirates taking over Walt Disney World! Nine days! Wow! That is a nice amount of time and gives you and your little princes time to tour the parks, relax by the pool, head over to the water parks! The Disney World is your... read more