Traveling with a baby to Disney can be a lot of fun, but it does require a little extra planning. My first time taking a baby to Disney was when Kat was just 5 weeks old. This trip was a real eye opener, and I learned so much from this quick visit. The most important lesson was that my baby carrier was going to be my best friend.
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When planning a cruise vacation, the idea of bringing toddlers can be slightly nerve-racking. As parents, our biggest concerns are their safety and making sure they are having a great time. When we sailed on the Disney Fantasy, we made sure Kat and Scott (who were 2 and 1 at the time) had plenty of reservations for It's a Small World Nursery. This was the best decision we could have made, both for the kids and for my husband and I as well. This is what we thought about It's a Small World Nursery!
Let's be honest for a minute; Magic Kingdom is the perfect park for toddlers. Aside from a few select rides, there's not much they can't do. It's the perfect place for toddlers to experience the magic of Disney, and for adults to find their inner child again. So in no particular order, these are my family's top 10 activities for little ones at the Magic Kingdom.
Beyond the ordinary everyday life we all lead is an opportunity to grow as a person, think deeper thoughts and broaden our ability to love. We have the chance to go beyond merely tolerating our fellow man. We can appreciate, care for and be the person we are meant to be. All this self-potential can be discovered when we follow our yearning to see the world for more of what it is, instead of what the media may tell us. All we need to do is travel. We need to touch, taste, feel the world for what it is before we can see it. Are you ready?