My husband and I are planning our first WDW vacation the week of Feb.22, 2010! We have a 16 month old and a 5 month old, what things can we do with them their? Should I pack them cold weather clothes or summer clothes (we are from michigan)! Thanks
- Asked by Alesha from MI on 1/9/2010
My family is from Maryland and we have visited Walt Disney World many times in February. Unfortunately there's no easy answer to the weather! It can be cold some days and warm other days in February. I suggest... read more
Hi! I made reservations for my DD5 at the Bibbity Bobbity Boutique. She wants to be transformed into Princess Tiana - do I need to call them and let them know of her request or is it safe to assume they will have a "Tiana gown" for her? :)
- Asked by Elena from VA on 1/10/2010
Hi Elena, Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is SO much fun...I hope your little princess enjoys every moment of it!
Due to the popularity of Disney's newest princess, there is a slight possibility that Princess Tiana might not be available. I spoke with a... read more
Hi Erin,we would like to go to Disney in july but my daugther is just 2 years old ,she will be 3 at july,Do you think is a good idea ? or better wait for next year?Thanks
- Asked by Claudia from ON on 1/7/2010
I think three is a wonderful age for Walt Disney World. I first took my oldest daughter to WDW when she was not quite three. We had such a fabulous time on that trip; it really set the stage for our ongoing love of Disney as the perfect vacation... read more
We went on our 1st WDW vac in May 2009 and it rained almost all week :( We want to plan another trip for may 2010 but afraid of having same weather-is this normal weather for May in Fla?
- Asked by Amy from DE on 1/9/2010
Hello Amy! Oh, Amy, how I wish we had the Blue Fairy around to give us the gift of beautiful weather while we visit the Walt Disney World Resort. Unfortunately, predicting the weather in Florida is just like choosing the winning lottery numbers.... read more
We are travelling on 1/24/10 staying in the Caribbean Beach Resort for 4 days, then boarding the disney wonder for 3. With 4 kids, I'm wondering if there's a smart and easy way to give them their own spending money without having to carry cash. Ideas?
- Asked by Troy from MI on 1/4/2010
Maybe a Disney Gift Card would be a convenient option for your family.
If you contact the Disney Dream Makers they can even personalize a card for each child and have the cards waiting in your Resort room!
Or you can order a traditional... read more