Mom And Son Spaceship Earth
  • On Jun 5, 2012
    Lisa from WY Asked

    I am planning a Mother/ Daughter "1st ever" vacation. My daughter is 23 and has been wishing for this vacation since she was 3. I want to make it as memorable as possible and still make her feel like a 3 yr. old princess. Any suggestions?

    Hi, Lisa!

    Our daughters will be our Little Princesses forever, so even at 23 this will still be a magical vacation for your daughter!  There are so many great ways the two of you can make this the best vacation ever.

    Nothing says a "Mother/Daughter" vacation like a trip to the Spa!  There are many locations to choose from so decide which is the best option for you and book a nice massage or mani/pedi for each of you. 

    Your weekend will not be complete without some character dining.   For some meals fit for royalty, how about dining in Cinderella's Castle or a wonderful meal in Akershus Banquet Hall where you will meet several of Disney's beautiful princesses?  Make sure to take your camera for plenty of pictures of YOUR princess with Disney Royalty!   The advantage of your princess being 23, is that you can also enjoy some more grown-up meals as well!   Book a dinner at the California Grill where you will get an amazing view of the Magic Kingdom while eating a fantastic dinner.   Make sure to make all your Advance Dining Reservations. 

    A Princess of any age needs to shop!  How about splurging on matching Disney Dooney & Bourke purses?  These will be wonderful souvenirs of your magical vacation together, and will quickly become your favorite purse!

    You are going to have such a great weekend!   Give your princess a huge hug from all of at the Moms Panel and have a great time celebrating together. 
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Meet the Panelist: Cathy, Ohio

I am a fundraiser/event planner turned stay at home mom. When I am not running to cheerleading practice or a soccer game with my kids, I enjoy scrapbooking, reading, and of course, planning our next Disney adventure!

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