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Old 10-27-2012, 05:01 PM   #1
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16 month old Son first trip!!

Hello Everyone..
We're thinking about taking our son to the world for 5 nights 6 days..but i'm just asking for a few tips on how to survive the time with a 16 month old...Also we're trying to do this trip on a budget so no dining plan..eating breakfast in the room..grocery shopping for snack and water...also what restaurants would you recommend..and what kind of different snacks and stuff to make sure we do with this trip!! I wanna know all of the little details...
I know School bread is a must..Red velvet cupcake at Starring rolls..any others i'm opened to!!!

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Old 10-28-2012, 10:44 PM   #2
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Hello Everyone..
We're thinking about taking our son to the world for 5 nights 6 days..but i'm just asking for a few tips on how to survive the time with a 16 month old...Also we're trying to do this trip on a budget so no dining plan..eating breakfast in the room..grocery shopping for snack and water...also what restaurants would you recommend..and what kind of different snacks and stuff to make sure we do with this trip!! I wanna know all of the little details...
I know School bread is a must..Red velvet cupcake at Starring rolls..any others i'm opened to!!!

THANK YOU
Honestly, I think your son will be enamored of all the new sights and sounds he won't be bored very much. For any chance he might be, take some new small toys he hasn't seen before. Arrive at rope drop, utilize fast passes, and if you want to experience the nightly stuff, it wouldn't hurt to take a midday break at your resort, if you're staying on site, to get a break from crowds and relax a bit. Hope you have a great trip!
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Old 11-26-2012, 07:17 PM   #3
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First vacation with the little one

We went in Jan of 2012 when my DS was only 14 months. He loved it! He loved every ride, especially Winnie the Pooh. We did a day trip to Downtown Disney in July of 2012 when he was 19 months old and he loved running around the Lego Store. I think your little one will have a blast and will be so tuckered out at night! Have fun!
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