Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- My older son will be six and my younger son will be 11/2 and my sisters child will be just 5 months. I was just wondering would it just be smarter to wait until the two younger are older? when they can know whats going on or would going now be worth it?
- - Asked by Allison on 7/21/2011
- Hi, Allison! There are two schools of thought on this one: (1) bring your kids to Disney World when they're really young or (2) bring your kids when they're old enough to remember it.
I fall into the first camp. Though there are certain attractions that the youngest kids won't be able to experience and many others they won't ever remember, I think the joy of seeing your toddler (or your sister's baby) at Disney World - and, seeing Disney World through their eyes - is priceless. They "ooh" and "aah" at everything, light up at the characters and love grooving to the music wherever they go. Plus, there is loads that you can do as a family, and the quality family time is irreplaceable.
The pictures we have of one of our sons at 6 months old and again at 18 months old are some of my favorites ever. The experience was equally awesome for his older brother (4 and 5 at the time, respectively.)
If you're up for it, I say do it!
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