Mom And Son On Run
  • On Dec 11, 2012
    Melissa from NE Asked

    If I want to make an autograph book for my kids, about how many pages would you say for autographs? We will be spending 6 days in the parks and have scheduled a number of character meals-CM, H&V, Tusker House, CRT, plus anyone we run into in the parks

    Melissa,

    We just got back from a week long stay (same number of park days as you) and we managed to fill our books to EXACTLY full. We had no pages to spare, but used the last ones as we were about to leave. Based on that, and past trips, I would tell you that you don't want to go under 24 pages, period.

    Since you are doing many character meals, I would suggest you go for at least 30 pages. Maybe 35-36. And my these numbers, I mean that many pages on which to sign.

    Another idea is to make sure that for each page where they would sign (say, on the right page of a two page spread when opened) that you leave the left side blank. On that page you can glue in a picture of them with that character after you return from your vacation. My girls love having the picture of them with the character right there with the autograph. It really makes the details of the vacation come back to them in more vivid color!

    Have a magical vacation!
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