Mom And Daughter; Animal Kingdom
  • On Apr 2, 2012
    Jennifer from MD Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    #2: celebrating my sons bday while at wdw but also want to include my youngest son and celebrate his first visit? Any suggestions to not make him feel excluded?

    Hi there Jennifer!  Disney World is the best place on Earth to celebrate, and just about every cause for celebration is equally as it a birthday, a first visit, or other.  The theme around Disney Parks is "I'm Celebrating,"  and if you stick with that mantra, rather than "Happy Birthday," no one will feel left out, because both children will be the guest go honor!

    I would start by requesting a first visit button for your youngest which he can wear on his clothing (the birthday boy will receive a Birthday button) to let everyone know he's celebrating.

    You are able to add celebrations to every dining reservation which will let the cast members at your dining locations aware of the special occasions.  I would be sure to add the "First Visit" celebration in addition to the birthday celebration.  

    You can also have the celebrations noted to your resort reservation. Once again, I would be sure to notate both celebrations as both are very important.

    Another great idea would be to order a special occasion cake from the Disney Cake Hotline (407) 827-2253!  The fabulous pastry chefs can create any confection from simple to intricate, and you could ask them to write both names on the cake!

    Best Wishes,

    Amanda F.
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Meet the Panelist: Amanda, California

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