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Why My 3-Year-Old Thinks Everyone Needs a Disney Cruise

Why My 3-Year-Old Thinks Everyone Needs a Disney Cruise

Maybe your 2 or 3-year-old is more accommodating than mine, but ever since we went on a Disney Wonder cruise to the Bahamas in 2/2017, my daughter has not stopped talking about “the Mickey Cruise.” She was 2 at the time, I thought she would have the same memory for the trip that she has about requests to put her toys away. Hey, some days I cannot even remember what I had for breakfast. How does a toddler recall specifics…

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Single Parenting at Disneyland with Toddlers

Single Parenting at Disneyland with Toddlers

In today’s busy world, sometimes you may find yourself with a yen to head to Disneyland but no partner to accompany you. Should you worry? Of course not! Single parenting at Disneyland is a fun and rewarding experience for you and your kids. In all honesty, my husband does love Disneyland, too, but he works crazy hours so my daughter and I often fly solo. But my husband (sorry, honey) is not involved in this discussion. We are here to…

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Disney’s California Adventure with Toddlers: A Complete Guide

Disney’s California Adventure with Toddlers: A Complete Guide

It seems to be a truth universally acknowledged that once you have kids, you must take them to visit the Mouse. The Mouse is pretty awesome and Disney really caters well to families. I would advise, though, if you only have a day or so, take them to California Adventure instead of Disneyland. I think Disney’s California Adventure toddler-friendliness way exceeds the Disneyland park. If you don’t really think your little one may be ready for the full park experience,…

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Disney vs Carnival: How To Cruise with Toddlers

Disney vs Carnival: How To Cruise with Toddlers

If you are looking for a relaxing vacation with toddlers or young kids, a cruise can be a great option. You unpack once, there’s tons of food and activities for all ages, and you don’t have to keep strapping your kid in and out of a car seat. Once you make the excellent decision to cruise with toddlers, the next step is to choose the cruise line. Royal Caribbean ships entice with their Royal Babies and Tots program and nonstop activities; however,…

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#1 Tip for Visiting Disneyland with a Toddler

#1 Tip for Visiting Disneyland with a Toddler

3 Words: Hotel character dining. Hear me out. I know what you’re thinking. “Little Jacoby or Cressida wants to enjoy the rides. How will we get the full Disney experience without actually entering Disneyland?” I understand. It seems to be a truth universally acknowledged that whenever a child starts to walk, their beleaguered parents must take them to Disney. Ignore the costs, the sunscreen, the hassles of wrestling the City Mini onto a tram, the inevitable screaming meltdown because little Heloise LITERALLY CANNOT…

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