Mickey and Mommy

Reviews & tips for traveling to Walt Disney World with young kids

Month: April 2017

Tips for celebrating birthdays at Walt Disney World

Birthday breakfast at Tusker House

We recently returned from a wonderful trip celebrating our son’s third birthday at Walt Disney World, which was filled with pixie dust (some provided by us parents and some by Disney).

Here are some ways you can make celebrating birthdays at Walt Disney World even more special:

Get a birthday button.

Pick up a free birthday button from any Walt Disney World Resort hotel, guest services, or even at many of the park stores. Just ask!

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Five tips for taking kids to the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival

The Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival is my family’s favorite time to visit Epcot. With the festival running through May 29, 2017, there’s still plenty of time to go.

Here are my top five tips for taking kids to the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival:

1) Get a Garden Passport for everyone – including little kids!

Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival Garden Passport

You can find the free Garden Passports in the park map stands when you first enter Epcot. These are great because they list all of the food available at the festival’s outdoor kitchens, as well as additional festival information.

But why get one for little kids? One word: Stickers! Each passport contains two dozen stickers. The stickers are meant to be used to self-mark the outdoor kitchens you visit. However, they can also be a fun game to help pass time in lines – find the matching spots for the stickers in the passport. (Or, you know, just let your kids go crazy decorating their passport with the stickers.) Continue reading

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