Details at time of trip: ~Dad, 42: been to MK 1 time while in Orlando in February 2011, he is glad to go and will get more excited as it gets closer, but is not as excited already nor the detailed planner I am ~Mom, 41: done everything from 1 evening in DL to a full-week at Spring Break for a total of 2 DL and 4 WDW, will plan down to the minute detail to have all options available, but very flexible once there ~Z, turning 5 while there: been to MK 1 time while in Orlando in February 2011 at age 2.5, did 7:50am-midnight closing with 1 stroller nap, wants to go back but really has no clue what is in store These are the definites: She still naps most days at school for 2 hours but not on weekends, we will have our own car and a stroller. We will be spending 1 night on the road, 8 nights at WDW, 3 nights at the beach, 1 night on the way home. Driving down after school on a Wednesday, stay over night on the road, arrive at AoA Little Mermaid room on Thursday early afternoon. We won't do a park the day we arrive: I will go to the grocery while they explore the resort, we may go to DTD, maybe schedule an ADR. Pirates and Pals Cruise Friday night Cinderella's Castle breakfast Saturday AM to start her birthday Take advantage of MK EMH Sunday night and stay until 1am Monday sleep in (because of the late night previously), check out of AoA and move to POR, we will hit a park late and take a leisurely pace (maybe Epcot) to just do what we can and stay all day while they move our bags. One evening this week she is going to Neverland Club while we go do something adult-only. Check out on Friday, arrive at some point after 4pm to our beach hotel for 3 days. We will have 6 day park hoppers, planning a day in the middle to swim, sleep, visit DTD and/or other resorts. Should we increase that to 7 day hoppers? We will be using a touring plan and I am an extremely detailed planner, but welcome advice for an almost 4 year old. What have I not thought of, what am I missing, what should I think more about?