// Disneyworld Dreaming

We're gearing up to head to Disneyworld next weekend (!!!) and I'm ecstatic, terrified, and really really unsure of how it's all going to go haha It'll be me, the boys, and my parents... in an RV... for like, 10 days. Toby is a pro at it by now, but man, Linden! I'm so nervous, y'all! But I can't wait to see their eyes light up and to see them decked out in their personalized ears. 

Do y'all have any tips or anything for navigating Disney with a 2 year old and 7 year old? I can't remember which parks we're going to, but I need to do a little research I guess. I can't wait to be on the beach, too! I'm basically taking July off from most "work" things - enjoying the last few weeks of Toby's summer vacation. August 1st starts a new schedule for all of us as Toby starts second grade, Linden goes to the sitter regularly again (a couple times a week), and I dive into a pretty rigid work schedule. I think it'll be a good thing though. It'll be nice to be back on a routine of sorts.

I have a lot of projects whirling up in my head, and my hands are antsy to do things around the house. I've been having to stop myself from starting a new project almost every day because I'm so bad about abandoning it halfway to start something else. (I'm working on it!) 

xo KB

1 comment:

  1. Although I don't have any children, I've been to Walt Disney World almost countless times (I even worked there for a year) so here's just a guess at what could be some helpful tips:

    - Get FastPasses for any rides you know you'll want to do (Toy Story Mania is a must do, but the lines are always ridiculous) - that way you don't have to deal with the boys getting fed up of standing around.
    - Take an early afternoon nap - my strategy is always to get in early, do as much as possible, then leave when it gets too busy, go back to the hotel to nap/shower/eat, then return to the park later.
    - Get a good spot for parades as soon as possible - not only is that a good excuse to rest, it makes sure that they're right at the front where they'll have the best character interaction (and you can get the best photos!).
    - Take snacks! There's a completely unfounded rumour that you can't take food into the parks, but as long as you're not taking in a full on cooler, you can absolutely take food (and drinks) in.

    Can't wait to see your photos! Have an amazing time!

    Emma / adventuresinfloral.co.uk


HEY! Thanks for dropping by. xo KB