When the invitation to go to Disney arrived, we were pretty darn excited. And then worried. Are the girls too old? Too young? Will they enjoy it? Will they be miserable off their schedules?
Turns out? Nope, nope, and nope!
The perfect age for Disney World really and truly is ANY AGE!
30-something grown-ups having a little date night away. Perfect.
6 and 4 year olds with grandpa seeing Cinderella Castle for the first time? Perfect. (Yes, all three of them for the first time).
6 and 4 year olds with grandma waiting to ride the carousel? Perfect. (Yes, that’s grandma…my mom….yes, she looks young. She says thank you!)
6 and 4 year olds with daddy on the carousel for the first time? Perfect.
6, 4, and 15 months with grandma. Eating desserts 2 hours past bedtime with no naps waiting for the fireworks to start? Perfect. (E was screaming with joy!) Seriously, not a single meltdown.
6, 4 and 15 month olds dancing at Hollywood Studios hours after bedtime? Perfect.
Momma with her 3 little princesses standing in the super duper hot heat waiting for Merida to be crowned? Perfect. (Admittedly, a minor meltdown, but it was all mine! And it was really hot!)
A 15 month old riding on the Pooh ride? So perfect I can’t even explain it. Sometimes, I thought she was having the most fun of all of us. Safari, Pooh, Peter Pan. She was a rockstar. Naps in the Ergo on my back. Late, late naps in the hotel and even later bed times.
Seriously, there really is something for everybody at Disney World, from grandparents (you’re welcome for not putting your ages out there), to a trying to learn how to walk 15 month old! It really is perfect!
As participants in the Disney Social Media Moms Conference 2013 we paid our conference fee, which included hotel accommodations, park tickets, meals, and other gift items. I was not required, or asked, to write about the conference, events, or speakers. The honest opinions are my own and that of my family.