We will be leaving soon on our FIRST Disney trip as a family (son, 6 and dgt, 3). I am concerned that I am forgetting something. Is there any list or link that might have a last minute "to do" list or a suggested packing list?
- Asked by Carrie from KY on 11/20/2011
Hello fellow Kentuckian! What a great question! I know packing for a
Disney vacation can seem very overwhelming. When we made our first trip I
had the same questions, and I found several very detailed lists to help
me. I will honestly say that I... read more
hello, we are going to WDW in July, and I have twins of 2 years old, they get sleeping in the afternoon, so i has wondering can i take my double stroller instead of renting???
- Asked by jacky from IA on 6/12/2009
Hello fellow parent of twins!
Yes, you are welcome to bring your own double stroller to Walt Disney World. In my opinion, you'll be 100% better off with your own stroller than with a Disney rental. Here's why:
- The WDW strollers are... read more
Hi! We are planning our 1st Disney vacation in Orlando with our girls, ages 2&5. We are staying at GF. Any advice on character events/must not miss attractions/dining? Any advice on best times to plan the events around visiting the parks?
- Asked by Jerome from AL on 2/26/2012
Hi Jerome! You are going to love staying at the beautiful Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa! Below you'll find some of my tips for making your Disney vacation a most magical experience ever!
Book Disney Character... read more
My 11 year old daughter and I are planning to go to DW this April 2009 for 7 days. I cannot decide whether to stay at Disney resort Value hotel or stay outside of disneyworld. What are the advantages and disadvantages in staying in DW?
- Asked by Maria Corona from iloilo on 10/9/2008
The main reasons that people stay off-site rather than at a Disney resort are:
- Sometimes the pricing can be lower
- The can get more space for the money
- They need/want kitchen facilities and can't or don't want to stay at the Disney resorts... read more
I am planning a surprise trip for my daughter's 7th birthday in May. She has never been to Disney. I also have boy/girl twins that will be 2 years 2 months. My husband and I are would like to plan but have no idea where to start/stay/activities etc
- Asked by kate from NY on 1/7/2008
Your daughter is just going to love her first Disney trip. I remember my kids first visits - its just magical. Here are a few suggestion to start with, especially given your two younger ones.First, I would suggest... read more