Bringing the Magic Home… Mickey Waffles full of Hidden Veggies. That kids love. What you’ll need: Mickey Waffle Maker, pancake mix, vegetable purée (baby food), water, oil. Essentially, this is a waffle loaded with vegetable purée. You can steam and purée your own vegetables, or you can use baby food. We used baby food.
We review Disney World’s For The First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing Along Celebration located in Hollywood Studios. Good for: Location: Hyperion Theater, Echo Lake Hollywood Studios Disney World For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing Along Celebration is located in Hollywood Studios.
There are many, many tips out there for how to do Disney with little kiddos. Among the things you need to get right is your stroller. Read on to find the best stroller tips for Walt Disney World. 1. Don’t worry if your stroller is not where you left it. Have
Dressing your princess for Disney World without breaking the bank Every little girl at Disney World wants to be a princess! Trying to dress your princess at Disney World can be an expensive prospect, but it doesn’t have to be! You can dress a Disney World prices on a dime with
Best Disney Stroller CriteriaThe best stroller for Disney World has very specific criteria. It is not often that a child gets in a stroller and stays there for hours on end, or gets in and out all day long. Stroller use at Walt Disney World is atypical compared to average stroller
Are you taking a trip to Disney World with a preschooler (i.e. child aged 3 to 5 years)? We have reviewed each of the Disney World resorts to determine which is the best Disney resort for preschoolers. Preschoolers love to engage in their surroundings. They are inquisitive and love to
So you’re planning a trip to Disney World with your preschooler (i.e. 3-5 year old). You’ve made your FastPasses long ago, and your ADRs even longer ago. Now it’s time to make your packing list. What do you pack? We’ve made a customized packing list for each age group, babies through adults, to make life easier. This packing
The Disney World rider swap program is officially called the Rider Switch Service, sometimes referred to as “baby swap.” This allows adult visitors to take turns waiting with a young child or other guest unable to ride, without having to wait in line again. For example, suppose a family of 4 with a