|09-05-2012, 12:59 PM||#10|
Earning My Ears
Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: No CA
*Stroller - We have a 2 1/2yr old and a 1 yr old so we will be doing a double stroller that way if dd wants to walk she can or ride in the stroller she can.
*Nap breaks- Since our kiddos are little we build this in. It gives us a break and they hopefully recharge too.
*Breakfast in room before park opens- Our kiddos are early birds so by eating most breakfasts in our hotel we can hit the parks full and happy.
*If breakfast at parks then a character meal- That way we get to get the autographs while eating and plenty of pics!
*Touring plan for kids- The first time we went with our dd was when she was 1. The touring plan helped sooooooo much.
*List of rides the kiddos can go on- Printed out a list of rides/attractions we could do w/our young kids so we knew what areas to hit. Tiki room was a HUGE hit so was Billie Hill and the hillbillies.
*Allow several days to enjoy the magic- We always felt rushed rushed rushed when we had only 1 or 2 days when we went as adults w/out kiddos and esp when we had kiddos in tow. Now we plan 3 or more days at the park so we don't feel like we have to be there from opening to closing and running from one ride to the next.. (the kiddos have aged me!)
*Stay w/in walking distance and bring good walking shoes! -For us this makes going back to the hotel soooo much easier in the middle of the day.
*Backpack check...sunscreen check...sunglasses..check- For everyone.
*Character meals is going to be our tradition- We are going to try to do this at least once per trip.
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