“Food for thought”: Should I purchase a Dining Plan?

See what I did there? 😉 As you may already know, Disney offers several Dining Plan options you can add on to your vacation package. They vary in price, starting with a basic quick service package to a deluxe package. I think there are several things to consider when you are deciding what is right for your family. If you decide to not do a … Continue reading “Food for thought”: Should I purchase a Dining Plan?

Disney World with Kids: “The Meltdown”…and how to make it slightly better….

Disney World is the most magical place on Earth…. until it’s not. If you’ve ever traveled with children before, you know the tale. Busy days, interrupted schedules and less nap time equal the perfect storm for a kid meltdown. This is no exception at Disney World… unfortunately. You pay a lot of money for you and your family to have a magical experience, but the … Continue reading Disney World with Kids: “The Meltdown”…and how to make it slightly better….

Animal Kingdom Favorites

When you think of Walt Disney World, often we imagine the Magic Kingdom. Who doesn’t love swashbuckling pirates, fairies, tales as old as time?! It’s a magical place, for sure. However, Disney has three other parks that are just as magical, just in different ways. This post is going to highlight some of our favorite (and maybe a not so favorite) activities in Disney’s Animal … Continue reading Animal Kingdom Favorites

Mickey’s Backyard BBQ: Our Favorite Character Experience

If you have read my previous posts, you probably know I have a strong bias about Disney’s Fort Wilderness cabins. They are our family’s favorite place to stay, hands down. One of the perks to staying there is that you are already at the location of Mickey’s Backyard BBQ! However, even if you are not staying at Fort Wilderness, it’s easy enough to get there, … Continue reading Mickey’s Backyard BBQ: Our Favorite Character Experience

When Epcot’s Spaceship Earth isn’t the only large round object at Disney World..aka: Tips for the Pregnant girls 😉

Aww… the joys of motherhood… am I right? That tiny baby.. just starting out, a new gift to the world. That’s some beautiful stuff right there… (well… mostly anyway). Being pregnant has its perks… thicker hair, pretty nails…the baby itself. However, for those of us that like to keep it real… there’s a lot of other stuff, not so beautiful, that goes with it as … Continue reading When Epcot’s Spaceship Earth isn’t the only large round object at Disney World..aka: Tips for the Pregnant girls 😉

To Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, or not to Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique… that is the question.

Here’s the facts: Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is a make-up and dress up experience for children who love being fancy. There are two locations at Walt Disney World. One is in Magic Kingdom inside Cinderella’s castle as you walk through the walkway. The other is at Disney Springs. Magic Kingdom Location Disney Springs Location They offer several different packages ranging in starting price from $64.95 to … Continue reading To Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, or not to Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique… that is the question.

Why booking with a Vacation Planner specializing in Disney Vacations is a great idea

There are two types of people: Ones that LOVED Disney and ones that thought it was “hot and crowded”. Well, let me be the first one to tell you this. If you are the “hot and crowded” type, you did it wrong. Yes, there is a right way and wrong way to Disney. It is so important when you are going to spend that much … Continue reading Why booking with a Vacation Planner specializing in Disney Vacations is a great idea

When is the perfect time to take your kids to Disney?

Many people have asked me, “When did you first take your kids to Disney?” “Should we take the baby?” “Are they too young to go?” And so on. Of course, this is just my opinion, but I wanted to share my answer. So, here it goes. Any age is the perfect age to take them to Disney. The magic of Disney can be enjoyed by … Continue reading When is the perfect time to take your kids to Disney?

Strategically planning the Magic Kingdom so you can do more, in shorter time.

If you’ve never been to Disney World before, explaining how vastly huge it is is hard to describe. You cannot walk from park to park, you need transportation of some sort. Then, once inside the parks, it is again overwhelming at how much there is to do and see within each themed park. There are four different parks at Disney: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom … Continue reading Strategically planning the Magic Kingdom so you can do more, in shorter time.