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  • Hi, I will be traveling to Disney World at the end of September/ early October. This is my 5th time there, but I will be bringing my niece for her 1st Birthday. How long of a stay do you think is needed with a one year old?
  • - Asked by Megan from Pennsylvania on 2/27/2014
  • What a lucky little princess your darling niece is to have an aunt like you who takes her on vacation to the happiest place on earth; Walt Disney World Resort.
    In my opinion I think that just a few days spent enjoying the Disney Theme Parks would be super fun for both of you.  Late September into early October is a great time of year to bring a little one to Florida as generally the temperatures and humidity are not so high, although you perhaps will need to find a shady spot for nap time out of the mid-day sun, or maybe head back to your Resort for a splish-splash in the pool!
    Did you know that for your convenience you can find Baby Care Centers at each of Disney's Theme Parks?
    If I can offer you any further planning advice for your Walt Disney World Resort vacation please come back any time to ask me another question, I'm always happy to help.
    Have a great Disney day.
    - Jane 
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