I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had someone tell me that they’re so jealous of all the traveling we do with our kids.
When I tell them they should do it too, they quickly follow up with a long list of reasons for why they could never. At the top of the list is usually a general fear of how it would play out with their particular family. Continue Reading
On our recent trip out West, we got to spend a good chunk of time with our friends, Chris and Adrienne and their kids. It’s always so good for the heart to catch up with the members of your tribe. We may live miles away from each other and not be nearly as good at keeping in touch as we’d like, but the Scotts will always have a piece of our hearts. They’re our people and we just can’t quit ’em.
Chris and Adrienne, we love you guys. :)
Seven and I were just hanging out in the kitchen the other day when he randomly said, “I think I’m about ready to go back to Disney World.”
Me too, buddy. Me too.
Before I had kids, I would have told you it would be crazy to attempt Disney with small children. My plan was to wait it out until we were past the stroller phase at least. But now here we are with 4 kids that are all pretty stroller-worthy, by Disney-trekking standards at least, and we’ve done Disney World three times with three, and then four, little ones.
And you know what? I don’t feel crazy for having done it. In fact, it’s been great!
I do think there are a few factors that can make or break your Disney-with-toddlers experience though. I’d like to share my tips and experience with you all today in hope that it might help you make your own Disney trip awesome.