Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Jun 19, 2012
    Heather from NS Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    DD10 has severe reflux disease. In past have done DDP and she ate <1/2 childs meal. Now she will be considered adult & wonder if DDP is worth it. there will be huge food waste. Could we share meals or are we better buying meals. Thoughts please.

    Using the Disney Dining Plan should be easy, fun and most of all delicious. With all of the great dining options available there are amazing meals to suit everyone's taste buds. The most common question is value. Based on your situation, it appears that in light of your daughter's reflux, it might be best to pass on the Dining Plan. If she eats very little, then it might not be the best way to budget your trip. You might want to find the best places for her to eat with as little discomfort as possible. Deciding where to eat will prove to be both fun and informative. I would look into dining at some of the great resorts on property. The Wave at the Contemporary offers some marvelous dishes. Also, I would talk to the chefs to see if they can help decide what might be the best food fit at any particular dining establishment to ensure that you all have the best experience possible. If the Dining Plan does not fit into your plans then I would focus on what you all enjoy eating and simply dine there. I hope this gives you some direction on how to have a more incredible vacation. I will see you at the parks.
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Meet the Panelist: Ari, California

As a Los Angeles native I basically grew up at Disneyland. It has always been so easy to take my family on the short drive to the Happiest Place on Earth. Watching my daughters make magical memories reminds me why I keep coming back. Learn More About Ari

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