We're taking our 18-month old daughter to Walt Disney World. What do you suggest we pack and bring along for a day at a theme park?
- Asked by kim from SC on 10/14/2008
First of all, don't do what I did. We didn't bring diapers from home during our most recent trip, intending to purchase them at our grocery stop en route from the airport to our resort hotel. Unfortunately for us we forget the... read more
My family and I are visiting Walt Disney World this September and we don't know much about the "kid swap" rules. We have two 1 year olds in our party and we want to know if we have to stand in line again, or if we go right on the ride when you swap.
- Asked by Shannon from TN on 1/10/2008
Hi Shannon! The kid swap passes have been fantastic for our family, and I know you'll love them as well. To get one, talk to the cast member at the ride entrance. They usually want to see the rest of your party, to verify that... read more
We will be doing are first family trip to Disney in April 2012. Are children will be 1.5 and 3 years old. Do you have any tips to get them ready to go? So it’s not over whelming for them. I am going to get some great Disney movie classics to watch
- Asked by Elizabeth on 6/8/2011
My kids were just 2 (he had his birthday at Animal Kingdom!) & 4 on our last vacation. Like you, I really wanted to prepare them for everything that would be happening. I don't know how great I did considering my 4 year... read more
How young is too young for a trip to WDW? We are afraid that the newest addition to our family may be only a few weeks old when we are planning on returning for vacation. How hard is it to bring such a young infant? Any pointers? Thanks!!
- Asked by Amy from KY on 8/5/2010
First of all, thank you so much for your question! The youngest we've taken an infant to Walt Disney World is 7 weeks old. It (by far) was the easiest trip for us with him! At that age they essentially eat and sleep, so... read more
We are traveling to WDW in April for the 1st time with our 2 sons who are 2 and 3 yo. We are debating on bringing our own double walking stroller. Do you think that this will be to bulky to travel with on the plane and when using Disney transportation?
- Asked by Kaylii from LA on 2/8/2009
When traveling with young children it is always a struggle deciding what to do about strollers!
Bringing your own means checking it with your luggage at the airport. Large double strollers will not fit in overhead areas. You can have it checked... read more