Background: One of the best parts of a Disney trip, at least for me, is the dining. I love it all, and I savor the planning process. My husband also loves to try new things, but he does not want to look at any menus in advance. Both of us are athletic, so we make no qualms about enjoying dinner without worrying about the fat/calories/etc. We have two little girls--3.5 and 1.5 , both of whom are good eaters. While they enjoy the typical kid fare, they are both willing to try new things and some of their favorite foods are a bit unorthodox for kids. The trip: We've become true Disneyphiles in the last couple of years. I love the magic, but it is so incredible to see it through the eyes of our kids. With so many great deals, particularly the military promotions, we've been able to enjoy the mouse a lot lately. This trip was a spur of the moment treat when I woke up one morning after Christmas to an email with some great prices on off-site travel. Then I read about a 2010 military offer, and I jokingly told DH, "We should just drive to Disney for a few days." To my surprise, his response was, "OK!" Since we had no time to plan, I booked one breakfast for the girls at 1900 Park Fare, one we have not tried before. That was the extent of our planning (and I'm sure my thick Disney notebook felt neglected!).