Many grandparents don’t realize that the longer your trip is, the more affordable it is overall. For example, the more days you add to your discounted theme park tickets, the more affordable they become on a day-to-day basis. In fact, adding a day to a 4-day adult ticket costs just over $10.
If you’re one of the many older adults who feel that they can’t possibly keep up with the grandkids at a theme park like Universal Orlando, there’s good news for you!
Kids get lost in Disney World every day. The good news is that cast members are highly trained on how to reunite the little ones with their guardians. However, you can make their job a lot easier by having identification on the kids.
Is there a better way to spend your vacation time than taking the grandkids to Disney World? Whether they’re toddlers or teenagers, whether it’s their first trip or their thirteenth, there’s always plenty of fun to be had at Disney World.
Taking the grandkids off their regular schedule can lead to meltdowns, grumpy kids, and lots of issues for everyone. The best plan is for you, as the grandparents, to change your schedules.
One of the most important things you can do for yourself is to assure you have comfortable, supportive shoes. Visit your local running store and let them know you need walking shoes that offer both support and stability.
The Florida sun can be brutal during the hot summer months. In a perfect world you’d wait to take the grandkids until the comfortable winter months came along, but if that’s not an option then you’ll appreciate these simple tips to keep you safe from heat related ailments and meltdowns.
Is there anything better than watching your grandkid’s faces light up the first time they see Cinderella Castle? While a trip to Disney World can truly be a magical experience, it’s also true that there’s a lot to plan.
Whether it’s your grandchild’s first or fiftieth flight, flying to Disney World with the grandparents is sure to be an exciting time – as long as you’re prepared. Check out these simple tips to help you make the most of your flight.
Even if you took your kids to Disney World when they were young, you’ll find a lot has changed in the parks. If it’s your first trip, then you’ll have an even larger learning curve, but no matter where you’re coming from