Going to Disney World with the family is a dream vacation for many people. However, it can also be an overwhelming experience, especially when traveling with young children. We’ve compiled some hacks for SuperMoms like you, that can help you keep the fun going all day long. In this blog post, we will share some of the best tips to make your Disney vacation a memorable one.
Bring a First Aid Kit
Naturally, we would name this first ;-) No matter how careful you are, there's always a chance that someone in your group will get a minor injury. It could be a scrape, a cut, a blister, or a bug bite. Bringing a lightweight but well-stocked first aid kit, like our family friendly First Aid GoKit, will save you time and stress. Some items included in our first aid kit are bandages, gauze, tweezers to treat splinters, scissors, burn cream (which helps to relieve sunburn, too), triple antibiotic ointment, moleskin for blisters, hand sanitizer, and so much more. We left plenty of spaceto add any medications you or your child may need, such as an inhaler or epi-pen.
If you begin to feel ill or find that you require medical assistance, please visit one of the First Aid centers in the Park. Nurses are available during normal park operating hours.
Use the Disney App
The Disney App is a must-have for anyone visiting the parks. You can use it to check wait times, make FastPass+ reservations, find character locations, and even order food. By using the app, you can save time and plan your day more efficiently.
Pack Snacks and Water Bottles
Disney World can be an expensive place to eat, and the lines for food can be long. Packing snacks and water bottles is a great way to save money and stay hydrated. You can bring in your own food and drinks, as long as they're not in glass containers or alcohol.
Disney World is a magical place, but it can also be exhausting, especially for young children. Taking breaks throughout the day can help everyone recharge and enjoy the experience more. Find a quiet spot to sit and relax, or take advantage of the air-conditioned attractions and shows.
Bring Extra Clothes
Florida weather can be unpredictable, and rain showers can come and go quickly. Bringing extra clothes for everyone in your group is a good idea, just in case. You can also bring ponchos or umbrellas to stay dry during the rain.
Disney World is a massive place, and there's so much to see and do. Planning ahead is key to making the most of your time. You can research the attractions, shows, and character experiences that you want to see and make a plan for the day. Be sure to include breaks and meal times in your itinerary.
Keep a Positive Attitude
Last but not least, even the best plan will most likely fail when spending a day with kids. A positive attitude is the key to making your Disney vacation a memorable one. It's easy to get overwhelmed by the crowds and long lines, but try to stay patient and keep a smile on your face. Remember that you're creating memories with your family that will last a lifetime.
In conclusion, a trip to Disney World with the family can be an amazing experience. By following these hacks, you can make the most of your time and keep the fun going all day long. Have a magical time at Disney World!
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