Hi All! We have a big family group including 3 infants, a 4 year old, a 5 year old a 7 year old a bunch of mid30s to 40 parents and...my parents (65). Long story short when we booked the cruise we knew my mom was not in the best health, but since that time she has gotten worse and we just want to make it the best trip possible for her. She has a degenerative terminal illness and this will likely be our last family trip all together. She is in a wheelchair (though she can walk short distances) now and has had a tracheotomy and therefore cannot really go in a pool or really the ocean. She has been planning this family cruise and it is sort of "her goal, or what she is looking forward to" which is important. Anyhow, long story short I am totally overwhelmed trying to figure out what to do/what to plan ahead of time/where to go off the ship with infants. My mom has a handicapped concierge room and I can book things ahead of time for her, but I'm not sure what to book. We will be on the Fantasy in January and will not necessarily all stay together (my mom may not leave the ship on the islands unless we can find easy shorter excursions). St. Thomas - thinking Sapphire Beach? Might be easier since I am reading there is shade? Cost? Should I just take a cab right from the pier or pay the inflated price from the ship? St. Martin - ? no clue Kids club - how much do kids generally go there? A ton, or just an hour or so a day - I know this can vary. Nursery - Same, how do I know how much to book ahead of time?! Handicap tips for my mom's room? Any tips or suggestions to make this trip great for her are so greatly appreciated!!! I have no idea what to ask for ahead of time as far as shower seats/ whether to rent the wheelchair down there or bring hers? Castawawy Cay - ? is this a tender thing, I doubt my mom will be able to handle that and the lines etc.