|10-07-2013, 11:34 PM||#31|
Join Date: Jun 2006
We took DD on NCL at 15 months and DCL when she had just turned 2. Both cruises were fun, but DCL has a lot more to offer for under-3s. Sh loved the open house activities in the club, going to the family dance parties, talking to the little girl at our table, meeting the characters, etc. it's been over a month and she will still start randomly talking about the ship and the characters, etc. I would probably go with what prior posters have said and go sooner so the older kids can enjoy it and just let the baby tag along
The nursery is awesome. DH and I both work full time, so uninterrupted alone time is a real treat and being able to go to a nice dinner one night, spend a few hours at the adult pool, and lounge around on the adult beach for the better part of an afternoon was a huge treat (especially since the cruise was after 5 days at WDW, so some r&r was in order). At 25 months, and in daycare full time, DD was a little underwhelmed with the nursery, the counselors were always great with her, but after visiting the club during open house she knew there was "cooler" stuff going on and wanted to do that.
We'll likely go again in the next year or two when she is 3 or 4 and her future little sister is around 1 or 1.5, it's such an easy way to travel with little kids.
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