Tag: Young Children

First-Timer’s Guide: Best Resorts for Families with Young Children


One of the most overwhelming things for first time visitors planning their Walt Disney World vacation is choosing their resort. If you don’t know very much about Disney World, the selection can seem daunting. And because the cost of a Disney trip can make it an infrequent destination for a lot of families, you want to First-Timer’s Guide: Best Resorts for Families with Young Children

A Review of Early Morning Magic in Toy Story Land with Toddlers


DIS Contributors review meals and entertainment that they have paid for during their own vacations. They only utilize discounts and special offers if they are available to the general public, such as annual passholder discounts, Tables in Wonderland, or DVC membership discounts. They receive no additional compensation for dining experiences or events, so that they may give their A Review of Early Morning Magic in Toy Story Land with Toddlers

The 8 Step Guide to Surviving Walt Disney World with a Toddler


There is nothing quite like going to Walt Disney World with your young child. You’ll always remember the way their eyes light up when you walk through Main Street U.S.A. and glimpse Cinderella Castle for the first time, or their laughter when they tackle Toy Story Mania! That joy, however, can quickly come to a crashing The 8 Step Guide to Surviving Walt Disney World with a Toddler

Surviving Long-Haul Travel with Kids and Special Needs Families


It’s easy to let the excitement of your upcoming vacation consume your thoughts. The problem is, sometimes it leaves us overlooking the struggle of actually getting there. Hours in planes, in cars, buses or even on a boat, planning for the journey to your vacation is just as important as the vacation itself. How do we take our excitable kids and expect Surviving Long-Haul Travel with Kids and Special Needs Families

Top Disney Tips for Visiting the Parks With Excitable Kids or Special Needs


No matter which park you choose to spend your day in, there’s always something you come out wishing you had known beforehand. Here are my top tips for each Disney Park in the USA, where to stay when visiting and how to avoid the “red-zone” for your special needs children. California – Disneyland Resort Disneyland Park: This Top Disney Tips for Visiting the Parks With Excitable Kids or Special Needs