Mom And Son Safari
  • On Aug 13, 2013
    Tiffany Asked

    Hi we are thinking of visiting Disney in march, I will be bringing a 4 yr old and 2 yr old and a 3 month old, didn't know if I was crazy for bringing newborn? will I be able to interact with my two older children too

    Tiffany, the only madness you possess is being crazy for Disney!

    When your first baby arrives, life halts and every aspect of your day revolves around your new little one. When your third baby arrives, your two older children's lives barrel on and the latest sibling is toted along. When our third child was two months old, we bundled her up, popped her in a carriage, and hit the parks. Baby number four was also introduced to the magic of Walt Disney World as a tiny one.Your infant will be mesmerized by the many sights, sounds, and attractions at Walt Disney World. Even babies a few months old love rides like the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, it's a small world, and Peter Pan's Flight. Go at a slow pace and take a break to feed and change your little mousketeer at a Baby Care Center. Older siblings are welcome in these centers, located in every theme park, if the whole family needs a moment to rest.

    My favorite aspect of a trip to Walt Disney World is how families have the chance to connect, create memories, and experience giddy, fun filled days in a way that is impossible during normal life. Not only will you be able to interact with your preschooler and toddler when you visit the mouse, you will find your interactions richer and more special than your everyday encounters at home.

    Take a ton of pics. One of my favorite pictures ever is of me standing next to Chewbacca holding my then two month old. Please contact me if you have any additional questions about taking three small children to WDW or if you want any planning advice. 
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Meet the Panelist: Elisabeth, South Carolina

I am a mother of four and a preschool teacher who will be happy to help guide you around Epcot's World Showcase or around the world with Adventures by Disney.  Learn More About Elisabeth

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