Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Dec 10, 2011
    John from OH 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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    Thinking of a trip to WDW in June, but 2 daughters will only be 1 & 4. Is the trip worth it with the girls being so young? What can they do & in what parks? We worry there will be so many things they can NOT do that it might not be worth the $$. Th

    Hi there John! 

    I know what you mean! I'm stressing out right now trying to decide if I am going to drive down to Walt Disney World this weekend to take the kids for Christmas! My kids are much older than yours and definitely would remember it.

    I do have to say that, I took my kids when they were that very age! Most of the pictures that we have out in the house are from that trip. My son was just over one and my daughter was four. She was young enough to still enjoy the characters with that mesmerized look on her face and my son was terrified! It was so cute!

    There are many things you can do at each park and the rides allow for the very young to ride. Here is a height chart for you to go by. The rides on the chart are the ones you cannot go on, but the rest are just fine even for the one year old. Make sure to take lots of pictures because they grow up very fast! Thanks so much for asking the Moms Panel!I hope this information helps you with your planning and if you have more questions, please ask away, we are always here to help! Have a Magical Time at the Walt Disney World Resort! 

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Meet the Panelist: Angelo, South Carolina

I am originally from Puerto Rico and currently live in Simpsonville, SC. I'm a single Dad with an eleven year old daughter and seven year old son. I love planning trips to Walt Disney World and can't wait to help you! Learn More About Angelo

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