Disney Adventures

As Annual Passholders, we frequently go to Walt Disney World Parks. Follow along with our Disney adventures!

Stroller at Walt Disney World
Strollers at Walt Disney World from a Babywearing Perspective
When I first planned a trip to Walt Disney World with young children in 2014 (I was a foster mom at the time), I wondered: Do I even need a stroller? We had a stroller but rarely used it. I thought it probably would just be a hindrance. However, I ended up bringing one and I am so thankful I did. Now I go to Walt Disney World Pa ...
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Holidays at Hollywood Studios
This year at Hollywood Studios, the holiday cheer is in full gear! Literally! Even Buzz, Jessie and Woody are dressed for the occasion in the new Toy Story Land! Throughout all of Hollywood Studios, you'll find beautiful little holiday decor touches that will make you feel festive like a prancing reindeer on Christmas Eve! I ...
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Elodie by a Travel Map in Magic Kingdom
Should I Use a Travel Agent?
Should you use a travel agent? Many people have asked us this question and I’d say the answer is amost always: yes! Read on to hear some top reasons why the answer is yes. For Disney Vacations The first Disney Vacation I planned as an adult was OVERWHELMING for me! So much had changed since the last time I had gone when I was ...
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Baby Care Centers at Walt Disney World
At all 4 Parks at Walt Disney World, there is a designated space to help you care for your little ones amidst the fun, heat and crowds of the Parks.  If you've traveled with a little one, you'll know that a place that you can change a diaper and let your toddler roam around have a snack in the air conditioning is invaluable.  So yo ...
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Breastfeeding at Walt Disney World
I fully support all ways parents feed their babies. This post is on how to navigate breastfeeding while in public and while traveling in general and also specific locations that may be more comfortable at Walt Disney World Parks. More information on bottle feeding and pumping while at Disney can be found on our  Baby Care Centers p ...
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Babywearing at Walt Disney World
What if I told you that you could ride rides, hold your toddler’s hand and eat a Dole Whip (with probably none of it spilling on your baby’s head) all while holding your baby? You’d say sign me up, right?! Well I have to say babywearing has been the most magical tool I’ve had. It’s probably my favorite parenting tool overall but de ...
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Elodie in front of Cinderella's Castle at Magic Kingdom
Elodie’s Favorite Things To Do in All Four Walt Disney World Parks
Elodie is currently one-year-old and here are her most favorite things to do at the four Walt Disney World Parks :     Elodie’s Top 5 Favorite Things to Do in Magic Kingdom Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid Meeting Princesses and Characters The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh The ...
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Rides and Shows at Disney’s Hollywood Studios with Younger Children
Babies can go on *almost* all the rides at Walt Disney World.  According to Disney’s policy, babies can go on any ride without a height restriction (think roller coasters and the Star Tours for the height restricted rides). This means that the majority of rides at Walt Disney World can be ridden together as a family if you choose. ...
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Rides and Shows in Disney’s Epcot with Younger Children
Babies can go on *almost* all the rides at Walt Disney World.  According to Disney’s policy, babies can go on any ride without a height restriction (think roller coasters and the Soarin' for the height restricted rides).  This means that the majority of rides at Walt Disney World can be ridden together as a family if you choose.  B ...
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Rides and Shows at Disney’s Animal Kingdom with Younger Children
Babies can go on *almost* all the rides at Walt Disney World.  According to Disney's policy, babies can go on any ride without a height restriction (think roller coasters and the Speedway for the height restricted rides). This means that the majority of rides at Walt Disney World can be ridden together as a family if you choose.  B ...
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