Mom And Son Safari
  • On Jun 8, 2012
    Toni-marie from IL Asked

    Hello! My husband and I are planning a trip to WDW in Fall of 2013. Our daughter will be 14-15mos at the time. My husband is worried she will be too young to enjoy the parks/attractions. What advice/tips can you give to ease his mind? Thanks!!

    Hello Toni-Marie!

    I am so excited about your upcoming Walt Disney World vacation!  You are going to have a great time!  This is a great question.  Though your 14-15 month old may not remember every experience on this trip, the greatest thing is that you will remember every moment of it!  Making magical memories is what Walt Disney World does best.

    There are so many attractions that your toddler will enjoy at the Disney Theme Parks.  For example, Fantasy Land at Magic Kingdom is geared toward families with small children.  Another great thing your family may enjoy is character meals.  I recommend eating with Winnie the Pooh and Friends at Crystal Palace at Magic Kingdom.  Disney's Hollywood Studios also has "Disney Junior - Live on Stage" which gives preschoolers the chance to sing and move around as popular Disney Junior characters come to life on stage. 

    Another great thing is that you can still enjoy the larger thrill rides even while having your little one there.  Take advantage of the Rider Swap on select Walt Disney World Attractions.  Just go up to the entrance to the ride and let a cast member know that you and your husband have a little one with you.  They will give you a Rider Swap so that you and your husband can take turns waiting with your little one, then swap places so that you both enjoy the attraction without having to wait in line twice. 

    We have five kids and have taken all of them around that age and are so glad that we have! We have always absolutely loved it, even with the little ones!

    If you have more questions, please let me know!

    Have a magical day!

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Meet the Panelist: Wes, Texas

Woo Hoo!  I am so excited to help plan your next Disney vacation! Since I have experienced Disney in all stages of family life (I have FIVE Tigger-ific kids), in all times of the year, and on a tight budget, I have learned to create Disney magic every trip! Learn More About Wes

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