Great thread!! I wish I would have read these tips before I cruised!! I have cruised with my DD when was 6 months old and again when she was 2 years 4 months. I wanted to add a couple of things I found helpful! Number one, the head waiter on our first cruise when DD was 6 months would bring her freshly made baby food everyday. I had brought store made baby food with me the first night to feed her. The head waitress came over to chat and from that meal on she always had a bowl of sweet potatos (her favorite) and a bowl of whatever veggies they were serving that evening. If I had been smart I would have brought a small tupperware container because the amount they made for her was HUGE, it would have easily been plenty for her lunch the next day!! (I also found the food to be HOT! But because it was so thick I just added some ice cubes and it thinned the food and cooled it at the same time!) Number two, I didn't find out until after our cruise, but I thought I'd pass along the info! Our second cruise when Sarah was 2 yrs. 4 months she was completely potty trained. She had been trained for almost 5 months when we sailed, so she was completely potty trained and that meant she could have gone into the regular child care. I read that here on the disboards after our cruise!! I think you may have to ask special permission, but I know it is done....I would have loved to have known that beforehand!! Number three, we bought a MacLaren umbrella stroller before our cruise and it was awesome!! It's a little pricey, but worth every penny! Check it out, they fit well into the rooms, but still have all the comforts of a larger stroller! And finally...I really believe no child is too young to enjoy a Disney Cruise!!! Have fun and take things in stride!!