• On Oct 31, 2016
    Sharon from PA 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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    Be in disneyWorld December 4-8. We scheduled activities throughout the day into dinner. we didn't leave time for a rest or nap (two children 5 and 2 1/2) . Is this a bad idea? We only have five days to see and do everything! Any suggestions?

    Hi, Sharon!

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel!

    Five days at Walt Disney World will give you plenty of time to see and do a lot of everything there is!

    I also have a 5 and 3 year old, but we are a napping family! Scheduled rest time is a must for us. However, many family's with little ones will tackle the day from sun up to sun down with no problems! 
    The best thing to know is if your little ones can make it throughout the day without having a serious meltdown. 

    Having a comfortable double stroller will more than likely do the trick for you! If for some reason, your little ones get tired during the day, just let the seat back down and have those sweet children take a break, while you continue to soak in all the magic! 

    Also, being flexible with your schedule will be important. Because there's so much to see and do, our plans don't always go as we would like. So make sure to be flexible in your schedule and know that you're still on the best vacation of your life! 

    Enjoy this very special vacation with your family! Break or no break, you'll be at Walt Disney World!

    Happy planning!

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My love for all things Disney developed at the age of three from my parents. Today, my Prince, Princess, husband, and extended family share my passion for Walt Disney World too. I am excited to share my passion with you, as I help you plan your next Disney vacation.  Learn More About Korliss

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