Three Generations Aboard Ship
  • On Sep 22, 2014
    Sarah from SC Asked

    Hi!!! I have booked the Jan 9th cruise on the Dream. My 3 kiddos all have Birthdays from Nov 27th Dec 30th and Feb 5th.... is it wrong to say we are celebrating all their birthdays on the cruise since we are not right there at any of their birthdays?

    Hey there, Sarah!

    Welcome to the Moms Panel and thanks so much for asking a celebration type of question. Isn't that what Disney vacations are all about? You absolutely get to celebrate and everyone joins in on the fun. Similar to your kids' birthdays, my 2 kids have a 2 month spread between their birthdays. That means we cruise right smack in the middle of their birthdays and we celebrate their special days onboard the Disney Cruise. It is absolutely fine!

    For your 3 kids, you can specify on your cruise reservation that you are enjoying 3 birthdays during your voyage. Your dining team will be clued in, and they'll even speak to you on the 1st night just to reconfirm when each person will celebrate. You can choose to have all 3 of them celebrate on 1 night -- or better yet, have 3 separate birthday celebrations for each of them on any 3 nights of your cruise. Your dedicated dining team will make each person feel extra special each night - they'll take out a special birthday cake and even sing a happy birthday song at your dinner table during dessert. You can have lots of cake! There is no extra change for any of this, so keep on celebrating!

    Have a wonderful birthday celebration voyage, Sarah! Take lots of pictures and please feel free to share it with all of us on Twitter at #DCLPhotos. 

    Bon voyage,
    ~ Dolly

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Meet the Panelist: Dolly, California

I'm a full-time working mom anchored by an active family who shares the passion for travel, food and music! Our 2 teens have grown up sailing on the Disney Cruise Line and sharing the magic with other working families brings us so much pride and Pixie Dust! Learn More About Dolly

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