I'll take my little boy to a disney cruise for his 3rd birthday in oct 1st 2011, there are activities like birthday celebrations or something on board? any special treatment for him to celebrate his birthday? my 18 months old baby will enjoy it as well?
- Asked by Caridad from La Libertad on 6/7/2011
Your little boy is going to have so much fun for his 3rd birthday! If he’s anything like my son, he’ll LOVE the Andy’s Room from Toy Story in the Oceaneer’s Club. Disney Cruise Line loves to... read more
We are considering a disney cruise vacation - This will be the first WDW experience for our 4 and 2 yo girls. Q? - is a cruise an "easier" experience than the parks for this age group?
- Asked by Marcia from NJ on 1/4/2009
I don't want to steer you away from experiencing WDW because it's truly a wonderful destination for families. I'll never forget watching my 2-year old son flying on Dumbo for the first time.
I do think DCL is a more relaxing time. At WDW, a... read more
I have a 6 month old and my parents want us to join them on their trip to disney world this November which would make him almost 11 months old. My qustion is, is there any rides he can go on with me if i hold him?
- Asked by Erica from FL on 7/6/2011
Welcome to the Moms Panel! You're smart to plan ahead for your trip to Disney Word. I have been taking my boys to Disney since they were born so I've experienced a lot of different stages. I think that if you go as prepared as possible... read more
Are we allowed to take water bottles/gallons for my children on board the Dream? thanks
- Asked by Susan from FL on 6/15/2011
Yes, you are allowed to bring unopened bottle water on board. I suggest packing it with your checked luggage, or you can order it and have it delivered to your stateroom. You can order a 24-pack of bottled water for $35 from the Gifts... read more
We r staying at WDW Resort the night before r Disney Cruise. After r cruise we r going back to WDW Resort for 3 days. We need a sit & stand stroller for WDW but not on the ship. Can we send it from 1 hotel to the other so we don't have to store it on
- Asked by AnnMarie from PA on 7/25/2011
Any combination of those double strollers are bulky, aren't they?! I don't blame you for not wanting to drag it on a Disney cruise.
More than likely, you can ask your Walt Disney World (WDW) resort prior to your cruise to... read more