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  • On Dec 5, 2010
    Anamary from MO 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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    we are planing on going 10/10-10-13 for my baby's 1st birthday and 1st trip to disney w a group of about 8 people i was wodering if there is any special programs you have for 1st birthdays and 1st visits,also my husband is an active military memeber anydis

    Hi, Anamary! What a beautiful name! Oh....congratulations on your baby and such a fun trip planned to Walt Disney World (WDW)!

    There is much fun to be had celebrating a birthday, and although the WDW birthday campaign was a couple of years ago, you can still create your own magic by Customizing Your Celebration.  You can order a special cake to be delivered to a restaurant, create an in-room celebration or even plan your own party at a resort or Downtown Disney especially for your group.  You'll definitely want to proudly display a "Happy Birthday" and/or a "First Visit" button when you're visiting the parks and resorts.  Sometimes the most memorable celebrations are the ones created impromptu by the Cast Members who notice you're commemorating a special event in your lives while you're at WDW!

    Also, you're going to want to head over to www.shadesofgreen.org to research all your options as a military family.  All available information on discounted tickets as well as vacation packages are available there as well as through your branch's Leisure Travel Office.

    Come back if you have more questions, and best wishes on a beautiful year with your new baby! Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation!
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