I will be traveling with a 2 and 4 year old, in,the month of October. Are there many special events that happen that month that preschoolers will be interested in?
- Asked by Amy from NC on 2/18/2008
Hi Amy! October is a great time to visit Walt Disney World especially with toddlers. All the other kids are in school and the crowds are lower. The weather is also still very warm; perfect for those hazy, lazy days by the pool little ones love so... read more
I am interested in taking my 2 & 4 year old boys to WDW this April during Spring Break. How many days do you recommend for such little ones? And where do you recommend I begin planning? There is so much information out there it gets overwhelming.
- Asked by Amy from GA on 2/18/2008
Amy,I know it can be overwhelming, but we are more than happy to help! I think the Passporter books are a great place to start your trip planning, as they provide a nice overview of the resorts, parks, restaurants, etc in a very user-friendly... read more
My daughter (4 years old at 41 inches high) and I are going to visit Walt Disney World for the first time. What type of attractions are appropriate for her age and height? How many resorts can we visit?
- Asked by Celeste from TX on 2/14/2008
Hi Celeste! There is a great page on the Walt Disney World website for parents of little tykes called Little Ones. It gives you a wonderful overview of the attractions, parades, rides, resorts and restaurants for your princess. I love the playground... read more
To bring the stroller or not? We have a big 3.5 year old who doesn't like strollers very well, but he also isn't used to walking that much. I hate to lug it around if we won't need it, but I don't want to carry a 45lb child either! What would you suggest?
- Asked by TONYA from WA on 2/15/2008
Absolutely without any hesitation I can say "Bring the stroller!" My oldest is 5 and she still needs the stroller, and it is not at all uncommon to see 8-10 year olds taking a turn in a stroller as well. There is a LOT of walking to be... read more
I will be traveling alone with my 4 year old this year. I am a bit nervous to be going it alone and would appreciate any tips to make it easier such as convenient hotels, if its easier to bring my own stroller and such. Thanks in advance!
- Asked by Danielle from NY on 2/15/2008
Since it's just the two of you, I would recommend a hotel on the Monorail line. The Polynesian Resort has great programs for families. My girls loved to go to the lobby on Saturday mornings to learn the Hula Dance. My kids... read more