Your kids will most likely be fine on the cruise, think about how young kids can spin around in circles and feel fine afterwards. My dd was 6 yrs old on our first cruise and I was worried also, but we've done 4 cruise now(all 7nights) and she's never had a problem(she's now 9 yrs old). I've only gotten sick two times and both times it was because we were in really rough seas. On our cruises I always take bonine(start the day before we leave), wear seabands, suck on ginger candy--I carry it with me so I have some anytime I start to feel off, and use an oil called motion eaze--found at walmart, put it behind your ears. If you get ginger candy, make sure it has real ginger in it and isn't just ginger flavored. I got some from Amazon. They also have green apples at the buffets that are suppose to help. As soon as we board I always go one of the restrooms by the adult clubs and get some seasickness bags, these are the only place I've seen them. I always put some in our cabin and carry one with me, thankfully I've haven't had to use one that I carry with me, but I like to be prepared just in case! Even though I take these precautions, I've still gotten sick, however it has only lasted for a few hours, and has only happened during really rough seas, otherwise I don't even feel the motion of the ship. One night on our last cruise I skipped dinner because I wasn't feeling right. The next night at dinner our waiter ask how I was feeling. I told him I felt fine, but was disappointed to miss dinner the night before because I had been looking forward to getting one of the apps that was only served in that restaurant on that night. He asked me what it was, I told him and didn't think anything about it. When he came out with our app order, he brought me what I had ordered for this night, plus the app that I had missed from the previous night! Not only that but he brought us several of the desserts from the previous night's meal, he said he thought I might like them also. The cms are all wonderful on the ships and really will do what they can to make sure that you have the best trip. Although I have gotten seasick before(and wouldn't be surprised if it happens again, I don't do well with any type of extreme movements, can't do any kind of amusement type rides) I still love cruising and already have our 5th cruise booked!I'll have to research that Sea Band type thing. I think it's the fear of the unknown of how my kids will react that is the worst! I'll add some ginger candies or cookies to our packing list though just in case.
Not sure why this didn't quote everything I highlighted, but we are definitely planning to bring wine on! Not sure if we'll fly with it or get a car service that will allow us to stop at Publix or the like. On my last cruise I really enjoyed a glass of wine on the verandah so I'm looking forward to that again!
Oh my goodness, I LOVE your fish extender! My middle son is obsessed with the monorail! (He used to say it was his favorite ride! LOL!)
These are awesome! I love the case too! My boys would love these!
Also, all that delicious food I think I'm going to gain 10 pounds on our cruise!