Monday, June 30, 2014


Welcome to my website!  I'm glad you've stopped by.  It has been a while since I have updated my site and that is due to the fact that I have been so busy planning magical vacations for lots of people.  So what's a busy mom to do?  Hire her son to do some guest writing for her throughout the summer!  I hope you will enjoy Trevor's perspective on lots of Disney topics.  He is quite the pro as he's been traveling to Disney World once or twice a year since before he was born making his debut trip at the grand old age of 4 months old!!  Now at 15, he definitely offers my site a fresh perspective!  Enjoy!!
Disney after dark. Everything lights up as the sky darkens. It’s truly magical. What’s not magical is how tired children start to become after about an hour or so afterwards. Here are some tips to get the most fun in your night at Disney;

-Don’t stay up too late. Sleep is an important factor of fun.

-If your kids keep yawning and falling behind, consider returning to your hotel.

-Look for the rides with shorter lines. The longer you stand waiting, the more tired your children will get.

-Don’t let them have too much sugar at night. They may get a boost, but the crash that comes after will make returning to your hotel that much harder.

-Listen if your children start asking to go back to the hotel. They know how tired they are better than anyone else. Worst-case scenario, you can always watch the fireworks another night. And kids, don’t bother your parents too much. They are the ones who brought you here.

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