• On Feb 28, 2012
    Folake from MI 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.

    My family will be heading to WDW on May 9th-14th(DDs 7 & 5). I am planning so much for this trip with dinner reservations and mapping out a plan of action for each park, my husband feels like we wont have time to relax. Will we?

    Hi Folake!

    Planning a full and fun vacation is all part of the incredible adventure that is a big part of the magic of Walt Disney World and the experience of the happiest place on earth.

    On the bright side, sitting down to relax for meals, at the end of the day or just starting out can be the "quiet relaxing times".  The parks aren't open for 24 hours so there is always time to relax...when you're sleeping as well.  But, on a serious husband and I have found watching our children's faces when they are meeting their favourite characters to be those special times that makes the pace seem just a little slower. Standing outside the attractions while our children are riding them is our little relaxation time together.

    Once the little ones have had their fill of go-go-go and their energy is gone-gone-gone, you and your husband will have some nice relaxing time together and when the vacation is over and your back to the routine of your lives, looking at the pictures and videos you have to re-live your magical time will be incredibly relaxing!

    Yes Folake, you will have time to relax.

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Meet the Panelist: Carrie, Ontario

I am from Georgetown, ON Canada. I own/operate a health and fitness company, and have 3 children. I love being able to help people plan their vacations and share my experiences with them ... including how to stay fit and healthy while on vacation! Learn More About Carrie

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