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The perfect age for Disney World

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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!

perfect age for disney world

The perfect age for Disney World really and truly is ANY AGE!

30-something grown-ups having a little date night away. Perfect.

Perfect Age for Disney World

6 and 4 year olds with grandpa seeing Cinderella Castle for the first time? Perfect. (Yes, all three of them for the first time).

Perfect Age for Disney World

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!)

Perfect Age for Disney World

6 and 4 year olds with daddy on the carousel for the first time? Perfect.

Perfect Age for Disney World

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.

Perfect Age for Disney World

6, 4 and 15 month olds dancing at Hollywood Studios hours after bedtime? Perfect.

Perfect Age for Disney World

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!)

Perfect Age for Disney World

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.

Perfect Age for Disney World

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.


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33 Comments

  1. Looks like everyone had an amazing time! Even better that your parents made it to share in the experience!

  2. Wow what an amazing time you all had together as a family! Disney is wonderful!

  3. Sandy VanHoey says:

    I remember going my first time to Disney and was just in awe at everything. I’ve gone once since that time and still just amazed. You can never get enough of Disney, it is perfect. Glad you put that about Grandma because I looked twice and though :Grandma?” Wow, she sure does look young. Good for her! I need some of what she has to make me look like that

  4. i 1000% agree. and i’ve been at least 12 times to disney. buzz lightyear is one of our favorite things to do at least 3 times per trip!

  5. LOVE all the pictures. What perfectly happy faces!! Wonder if the Serious family will want to go again in a few years with cousins and aunts and uncles?

  6. you are so right about the perfect age is any age–can’t wait to go and celebrate my son’s 6th birthday with his 14 yo sister and almost 20 yo sister and my mom 68!!!

  7. How exciting! We are taking the kiddos to DisneyLand for the first time and I’m so excited to see their faces. My first time going was when I was 12 and even then, I had a blast. Thank you for sharing your pictures, your kiddos are adorable!

  8. Looks like you all had a blast!
    And… as a grandma (an extremely young, hip and totally cool one) raising a six year old, I’m positive mom appreciates you not mentioning her age! =) We’ve gone to the happiest place on Earth with our adult kiddos as well as our small fry! ANY AGE is perfect!!!

  9. I just loved this. It was so fun to meet you in person and meet those little red-headed beauties of yours.

  10. grandma pat says:

    it was a great time. Could have been a little cooler but the girls were troopers. Seriously, no melt downs.

  11. Amy Orvin says:

    I am 39. I’d go and Have a great time too!

  12. Yes! Everyone experiences Disney just a bit differently, and that’s part of the reason it appeals to so many. Your girls were all smiles every single time we ran into each other. Your parents looked so happy to be there, too. And Matt’s perception of the rides was so much fun to hear. I’m waiting on his blog post about the rides 😉

  13. so glad yall are having fun! We went for Broxtons first trip when Marc got back from afghanistan… he was a little over 1, then we had the boys with us and they were 9,11 and 13 🙂

  14. How wonderful! I love all of the pics. Your mom looks so young…like your sister! What fun you all had together. What a blessing. Hugs, Lura

  15. Looks like an amazing trip! We’ve been to Disneyland with our son twice but haven’t been to Disney World with him yet.

  16. I agree that any age is the perfect age. We’re going in the fall and Nick will be 2.5. People always think it’s crazy to take one that young, but I know he’ll have a blast, and even though he won’t remember it I will.

  17. hubby and I challenge each other on the buzz ride all the time. Love it! 🙂

  18. Looks like you all had a great time. We need to go back to Disney soon!

  19. Love this! i want to take my son next year when he’s 3 and I was hoping that wasn’t too early!

  20. I totally agree, there is no perfect age. It is a blast no matter what.

    We went in October and overall I think my 2 year old had more fun than the 7 year old.

  21. love all the fun in this post friend.

    between you and laura, i seriously have to get this booked!

  22. We are trying to decide if we should go this summer (our youngest is 2). I know that the “old folks” in the family (hubby and me) would have a great time… but is 2 too young? Probably not. 😀

  23. I totally agree that any age is the perfect age. Our kids have been at all stages of life and even while I was pregnant with them. It’s amazing what things they remember and even though they might not remember each trip my husband and I will have those memories. We got with my parents and my siblings a lot and it is great to see everyone interact with each other. It really is a magical place and my favorite place to be

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