#1: She wouldn’t need a ticket to the parks. Kids under 3 are free with an adult.
#2: She also wouldn’t need a ticket on the plane. Kids under 2 can ride on your lap. Sure it’s not the safest unfortunately but it is the cheapest.
#3: She wouldn’t be fully aware of some of the scarier rides. Some loud noises may be startling but she’d be able to go on most every ride (except for rollercoasters).
#4: How amazing will it be to watch her toddling along up to characters, getting pictures and autographs and giving hugs??
#5: Speaking of toddling…I love picturing her toddling her way up Main Street towards the castle. Picture perfect.
#7: Disney goes above and beyond for your little one. From pack’n’plays in the hotel room to my first visit buttons and the baby centers; they really know how to make a first visit special.
#8: PRINCESS DRESSES. That is all!
#9: A chance for a relaxing vacation at Disney. Every time I’ve been it is usually go go go. This time we would have a little one that would need naps and attention. It is a perfect chance to relax a little either at the parks, the pool, or back in the hotel room.
#10: A chance to stimulate that little brain with more than just peek-a-boo! What better experience to help that little one learn and grow??
So I know it’s kind of a crazy list but if you’re planning on taking your little one you need to have a totally different mindset. Go with the flow and let them lead the parade. I can’t wait for the day I get to see her face light up with excitement as she looks up at the castle or mickey or her favorite princess for the first time. Untill then I can just keep daydreaming. What do you think is a good age to take baby on vacation?