I need to book a babysitter and I would like to take the kids to a character breakfast at the Contemporay. How do I do this?
- Asked by Holly on 4/25/2009
Sounds like you have two questions, so I'll take them in order. Disney World has two options for "babysitting" services that I would recommend. For children over 4 and potty trained, you can make use of one of the many children's... read more
It has been mentioned that you can ship items (ie. diapers, formula) prior to your arrival to a Disney resort. Can you provide any details to do this? It would be helpful to know how far in advance, shipping address (contemporary), etc. Thanks!
- Asked by Jennifer from NJ on 3/20/2008
Each resort handles the acceptance of packages in basically the same fashion. If you want to check on the arrival of your package, you can call from home to make sure it arrived safely. I would ship your package a few days prior to your arrival. Use... read more
Hi!! I was thinking of sending a package to my hotel (Polynesian) ahead of time filled with snacks and other misc. items that would save us from packing in our suitcases. How far in advance should I send the package and do you think this is a good idea?
- Asked by Nicole from IL on 9/9/2009
I have sent items to our Disney Resort prior to our arrival a number of times. When my kids were small, I used to send down diapers, wipes and baby food to ensure I had a supply when we arrived. Now, I find that shipping items is a... read more
I see that 9 month olds can do a lot but I don't know what a lot really is. Can they ride on a lap for Pirates of the Caribbean for example?
- Asked by Jolene from KS on 1/28/2009
Ok I had to answer this one because Pirates of the Caribbean is my ABSOLUTE favorite ride at Disney World and because of that my boys have been riding this since they were small infants. Yes you are able to hold your nine month old on... read more
Hi I will be traveling to wdw from 5/17-5/24 with a 19 month old and a 5 yr old.Im worried that the 19 month old will not be able to get on any rides such as flying dumbo? Will my 19 month old be stuck in a stroller all day?Any suggestions?He loves rides!
- Asked by martia from MD on 2/12/2009
Fear not, your toddler will be able to have lots of fun at WDW. I first brought my older daughter to WDW when she was 22 months old and her younger sisters when they were 10 months old. In each of these cases, the girls were able to participate in... read more