Hi Kirsten, We are planning a Disney holiday in feb. Help! Can you please suggest a hotel, meal plan and parks to visit. The girls are 9 and 17. They have been to Disney 3 years ago. We will be there feb 15-18. Thanks so much!
- Asked by Rachel on 1/7/2013
Thank for visiting the Moms Panel with your question.
How exciting that you're planning a short trip to Walt Disney World very soon!
Given the girls' ages, I'd suggest that you'd be most comfortable in a moderate resort, and... read more
If my thirteen-year-old son feels he is too old to carry around an autograph book at Walt Disney World for character photographs and signatures, can you suggest an alternative way we could help him assemble a keepsake of his next Disney trip?
- Asked by Jill from NJ on 1/13/2013
Hi, Jill! Oh how I remember the day my oldest daughter told me she was "too big" for the characters are Walt Disney World. I was well prepared when my 12 year old decided the same thing!
My favorite souvenirs are becoming ones... read more
Just booked a royal room @ POR for 3 nights in April (YAY!) Have 3 yr girl & 13 yr boy. Little princess will def LOVE everything, but worried about teen son. Pls help with ANY suggestions (no waterpark). Doing Epcot for sure, but what about AK or Holly
- Asked by Wendy on 1/7/2013
You are going to love the Royal Rooms at Port Orleans Riverside! I had the opportunity to see one in November of 2012 and it was simply amazing! I could sit and watch the fireworks in the headboards... read more
I'm 21 and planning a Disney World vacation with my family; I also have a sister who is 18. What are some fun activities that we can do at the park that are not too "childish"?
- Asked by Kaila from MN on 1/1/2013
Hi, Kaila! My daughter, who is 21, spends a ton of time at Walt Disney World, and often goes with friends who are your sister's age. They love to hit the attractions that her younger sisters aren't as excited to do, such as Space... read more
Go back to WDW in March and taking my step children for their first visit. Is it possible to set a spending limit on the teens Key to the World cards so they do have their own spending ability?
- Asked by Courtney from AL on 12/30/2012
Hi there Courtney,
Key to the World Cards are great because the flexibility of having your room key, room charge, and dining plan all in one place is certainly very time saving and helpful! You can certainly set a spending limit for the... read more