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Pixie Dust Central: Is My Preschooler Too Young To Visit Walt Disney World?

Fun with Little Ones at Magic Kingdom


Pixie Dust Central:

Is My Preschooler Too Young To Visit
Walt Disney World?

 

You’re NEVER too young to believe in magic! Walt Disney World is for dreamers of ALL ages!

All too often when I’m having a conversation with other parents about the Disney Parks vacations my family has taken over the years, I hear things like “I’m waiting for my child to turn ‘insert age here’ before I take him/her to a Disney Park” or “My child isn’t old enough to remember the trip at their age so I’m going to wait until they’re older.”

Well, I must beg to differ because my youngest child was only two on our first family vacation to a Disney Park and she still [at almost 13] talks about it like it was yesterday! Disney has a way of making experiences so magical that dreamers of all ages can have the time of their lives! Of course, when we returned from our vacation, I made a photo book with all of our memories in it and we looked at it and talked about it each night before bed. We never let the magic fade away, even after our trip!

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Parents and grandparents traveling to the Walt Disney World Resort with young children will find that it is easier than ever to explore The Place Where Dreams Come True. From Attractions in Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom Park to experiences designed especially for little ones throughout the theme parks and resorts, there are endless ways for families to start experiencing the magic together. Take a look at this fabulous info graphic for an example of some must-do’s at Magic Kingdom Park with your little one . . .

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I love seeing little ones when I vacation at Walt Disney World because they just look around and it’s like they can’t believe what they’re seeing. When my family dines at some of the Character meals, one of our favorite things to do is to watch the little ones interact with the Characters as they visit their tables. The smiles and magic that happens during these interactions is absolutely priceless! In fact, when I visited Disney earlier this year with my two-year old nephew, he had the most fun dance party with Daisy Duck; just the two of them! It was the cutest thing ever and he still talks about it.

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Part of the fun of sharing the magic of Disney with young children is watching their faces light up with pure enjoyment. There is nothing better than seeing the magic through the eyes of a child!

It’s really important that you do just a bit of planning prior to your vacation if you’re traveling with small kids. In fact, there is an entire section dedicated to Traveling With Small Children on the Walt Disney World website.

I also want to share this fabulous, printable Preschooler Parent’s Guide To Walt Disney World Resort with you because there are some fantastic tips in here for making your Disney vacation with your littlest ones as magical as can be!

Have you ever visited the Walt Disney World Resort with your preschooler? What are your favorite memories? Please share in the comments below.

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