Mom And Daughter; Magic Kingdom; Cinderella's Castle; AA; Mickey Balloon
  • On May 7, 2014
    Patricia from FL 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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    Coming in Oct. to celebrate my dd's 3rd b-day and my ds's 1st b-day. We have on-site resort reservations for 6 nights, and were planning on 4 park days (1/day) with a "break" day in the middle. Am I making a mistake not planning for 2 MK days?

    Hi Patricia! Congratulations on your upcoming Walt Disney World Resort birthday celebrations...there's nothing more magical!

    I can totally understand wanting to fit in all the theme parks, but given the young age of your little ones, Disney's Magic Kingdom is going to be their number one spot! You'll have to pace yourself because there are so many exciting and iconic attractions to experience and you won't get them all done in just one least not with happy little campers! My 3-year-old twins remind me of that fact EVERY TIME.

    Click this link for your own special Walt Disney World Resort guide for preschoolers:

    You're smart to plan a rest day to enjoy exploring your resort, there's so much fun right under your nose and your children will love taking it slow for a day.

    Wishing you a magical and memorable Disney vacation.

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Meet the Panelist: Juliette, Georgia

I'm a high-spirited Mom of 4. You say "vacation" and I'll tell you why for our family of 6, there's no better way than the Disney way! Since becoming Disney Vacation Club members, our dreams of travel quickly turn into magical memories again and again...I'm a real world example of the endless vacation possibilities available with the magic of Disney Parks and Disney Vacation Club. Learn More About Juliette

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