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Disney with Toddler

 

 

Pictures above are from previous year that i taught were fun to share together .

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I recently took my 21-month-old daughter to Disney World, and we had a blast. Here is a short summary of our trip including some helpful tips if you’re considering a Disney vacation with your family.Did you know that traveling to Disney with a child under the age of three is free? Take advantage of that, whether you are on a budget or not, you can save hundreds of dollars (depending on your stay) and enjoy the beautiful, activity-filled park with your little ones!Sure they may not remember much at such a young age, but if you plan your activities ahead of time, they’ll have a fantastic time and will love every minute of it. My little Sajra keeps saying “Castle” and “Mickey” even a week after.

Disney is not just for the kids, it’s also a happy place for us adults as well! It’s fun for all ages. So go on the trip and enjoy the moments with your little one(s) because they grow up so fast. It’s a one-time opportunity because before you know it they’ll be older and Disney won’t interest them as much.Make sure to always have snacks when you are traveling with your toddler because you don’t want to stop and buy snacks every hour. Carrying snacks with you will make it much easier for you and for your little one. Also, I recommend a meal prepping ahead of time. You can take your own food to the park, or you can reserve it through their app. The application can be downloaded on your phone, Disney World (My Disney Experience). Take advantage of the app as much as you can because it’s handy. It includes the fast pass, map, restaurants, kiosks and much more. Make sure that you have something to entertain the child while waiting in the lines because it can get ugly; little kids don’t have that much patience so be ready for everything.Bring Strollers, you can reserve one at the airport before you arrive, and it can be delivered to your hotel, or you can rent one at the park. After a long day of walking, your little one will get tired and maybe even take a nap, so prepare yourself well. A reminder that strollers are not allowed inside, so you will have to park them in front of the attractions, where stroller parking is available.

Last but not least, plan ahead of time where you want to stay. There are many options for you to choose from and it all depends if you want to be close to the park, downtown Disney, or downtown Orlando. Whether you want to stay at hotels that are pricey or within your budget, Orlando is a beautiful place to be at with so many things to do.At the end of the day, we watched the fireworks, and it was a magical moment. So far our Disney experiences have been well, and we can’t wait to go back again. I hope this time we end up in Disney Land!


 

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