Disposible Camera for Oceaneer's Club???

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  1. Princess Yellow

    Princess Yellow If both my Daughters are Princesses, shouldn't tha

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    I love to scrapbook and would like to have photos of my girls in the Oceaneer's Club. I know I can get photos during Open House, but would like to get photos of just kids "doing their thing." Has anyone brought a disposible camera and asked CMs to take pics? Thanks.
     
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  3. TNSallyUSA

    TNSallyUSA Earning My Ears

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    That sounds like a great idea. I wonder if they'd mind doing that?
     
  4. disneybeachprincess

    disneybeachprincess Disney Girl from Day One

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    They will be glad to :) And if your kids are old enough, they can take pix of their new disney friends & counselors during the activities! Esp when the characters come to the clubs! I purchase a $5 or $10 disposable camera @ Walmart & put DS's name/stateroom #/phone # on it, just in case. Happy Cruising!
     
  5. tink too

    tink too DIS Veteran

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    That's a great idea! :thumbsup2 Our DD loves to take her own photos on trips, but I never thought about sending a camera with her to the clubs.
     
  6. disneydiva16

    disneydiva16 DIS Veteran

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    That really is a great idea. I think I will have my youngest do that:goodvibes
     
  7. disneybeachprincess

    disneybeachprincess Disney Girl from Day One

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    And if they meet a friend that they spend the week with...they can get the friend's name, phone # & city they are from (etc...) to put on the back of the picture once developed. It makes great scrapbook/photo memory board pix for my kids to have as the best souveniers from the disney cruises! :love:
     
  8. tink576

    tink576 Think of the Happiest Thing

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    When you go to pick up your kids if you just ask them saying you want to get a couple pictures of them for their scrapbook they'll let you go in and get pictures of the kids doing whatever they're doing. I've done it many times in both the Club and the Lab without any problem, just don't try to go when they are trying to transition.
     
  9. disneybeachprincess

    disneybeachprincess Disney Girl from Day One

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    good point tink576 about not asking during transition...also open house times can be quite hectic...but the counselors will do almost anything they can to make you & your kids happy & have a memorable cruise. one counselor actually remembered our kids 2 years later on our second cruise! we were shocked...she was part of the welcome aboard line up...when you board the ship & they announce your family's name...it was truly magical :) (no pun intended!)
     
  10. lbgraves

    lbgraves Little Cinderella's Mommy

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    The only thing is that with the recent rule enforcement in the kids areas, they aren't allowing parents in to get their kids at pickup.
     
  11. sas_mk

    sas_mk Mouseketeer

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    We just got off the Wonder last week and they are allowing parents in to get their kids at pickup. They simply hand you a "visitor" landyard and let you past the gates to get your kids. I went many times to pickup my kids and found them not-quite at the end of an activity. There were no problems sitting or standing next to my kids for 3-5 minutes while they finished up so we could leave.
     

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