1. SO jealous that you’re going to the happiest place on earth!! I agree, go for rope drop! I cry every time. Then rush back to Peter Pan’s ride (charming, good for all 4 of you, long waits so go first thing) Seven Dwarfs Mine Train would be the other one to do first thing since those lines are long. Look at the rest of the attractions to see what you’d like. Character greets are amazing, see Mickey and Tinkerbell and Woody & Jessie & Buzz and all the princesses. My kids love the Buzz Lightyear ride, the Dumbo Ride, small roller coasters, etc) The photo people are everywhere and will take your picture with your camera or phone (along with theirs) so take advantage of that. Definitely get a Dole Whip in Adventureland (if you like pineapple) Above all HAVE FUN!! I can’t wait to take the kids back.

  2. How fun! My number one piece of advice for Magic Kingdom is to get there for rope drop (the daily opening ceremony) and then hit the rides hard before the worst of the crowd gets there. We took our kids at 21 months and 5 months last year and my 21 month old daughter LOVED EVERYTHING. Stick to the rides for characters/stories they already know to get the best bang for your buck experience-wise. My daughter LOVED the afternoon parade, she waved and blew kisses to every person on every float and we have a picture of Rapunzel blowing a kiss back to her. I can’t compliment the characters enough, they are SO GOOD at interacting personally with everyone. There is a nursing room at the baby center (which also has changing tables and diapers and food and formula and bottle warmers) and there are family restrooms everywhere, clearly marked on the maps and in the app. You’ll love it, there is so much for little kids to enjoy at Magic Kingdom. There are divine cinnamon rolls at Gaston’s Tavern and it’s right around the corner from the Ariel ride and the rest of Fantasyland, we have started our day there on our last two trips and it’s worked well. You can take your own snacks in also. Portions are large enough to share at Cosmic Ray’s and the Columbia Harbor House, which are both walk up dining with no reservations. Disney food is pricey but high quality and DELISH. My must-rides are: Peter Pan, Winnie the Pooh, Ariel, Haunted Mansion, and Pirates of the Caribbean.

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