When you take your daughter to Disney World you do want her to have a magical time – but you don’t want to go crazy with princess overload. These 3 tips will help ensure that she gets her magical time and that you can enjoy your trip, too
So you’ve taken your kids to Disney World before. OK, you’ve taken them to Disney World before . . . many times. Most people would be envious to make regular trips, but you know that the challenge can be getting out of the rut of simply doing all the same things you’ve done every time before.
As a father taking your kids to Universal Studios, one of your first decisions is which type of ticket to buy.
One of the most hotly debated topics is the best time to visit Disney World. While there are some times that are clearly better than others, you’ll have to consider a number of factors to make a final decision on your perfect time to visit.
Single dads of young kids may be surprised to learn that there are dozens of rides that you can take a kid of any age on. Larger families should read up on rider swap, which allows one parent to wait with the kids while the other rides, and then swap the kids while the first parent rides.