I have been very seriously considering and saving my pennies for my family's first Disneyworld trip (my husband and I honeymooned there, but the kids have never been). We are a large family by Disney standards and besides the costs being astronomical, I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around logistically how to travel to Disneyworld with 4 young children (ages 8, 6, 3 and 1). We have been to Disneyland several times as a family (both with and without other family members), but that is a whole different ball game since we were able to drive our own cars and everything is much more condensed. With Disneyworld, we are looking at flying (I would probably go nuts if I have to spend 30+ hours traveling in a car with them) and I am feeling a little overwhelmed. The only time we flew with kids was when our oldest was 1. I just remember THAT being very stressful and that was only a 1 hour flight with 1 child. How are we going to manage a cross country flight with 4 kids, 2 who still need carseats, plus all the luggage? We most likely will not have family members to help. I would like to say at the Beach Club. I know there are cheaper options, but I'm justifying my choice because right now we can all fit in one room and this may be the only chance we get to stay there. PLUS, I got the 20/30/40 PIN We have 2 options . We could stay in late July, with hot weather and crowds, but have a longer stay so we don't feel as rushed. Or we could go mid October when we have a weeklong break from school, with nice weather and fewer crowds, but not have as much time. We most likely would not be going back again for several years, so I know I'll feel the urge to pack it all in, but realistically knowing that will never happen. Our honeymoon was 7 days, and it did not feel long enough-and we were 2 adults going commando---at the parks---get your mind out of the gutter. Which option would you choose for our family? I guess I'm just looking for someone to tell me from personal experience it can be done and appreciate any tips you have.