JAN 202015

Disability Access Service Card (DAS) at Walt Disney World®

by Guest Blogger and Ultra Disney Fan, Kelly B.

Disability Access Service Card (DAS) at Walt Disney World®

How Disney helps eliminate some of the everyday challenges faced by families with a special needs child.

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MAR 62014

Pregnant in the Parks: Our Top Ten Tips for Touring Disney while Pregnant

Part 2

by Julie Schilly, Mickey Mom Travel Professional

Pregnant in the Parks: Our Top Ten Tips for Touring Disney while Pregnant

The second installment of Julie's blog about visiting Disney while pregnant. Find out what her final five tips of visiting the parks while pregnant are.

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FEB 132014

Pregnant in the Parks: Our Top Ten Tips for Touring Disney while Pregnant

Part 1

by Julie Schilly, Mickey Mom Travel Professional

Pregnant in the Parks: Our Top Ten Tips for Touring Disney while Pregnant

Before our first trip, I was very nervous about going to the parks while pregnant. However, the only thing that seemed out of the ordinary was not being able to ride some of the rides and needing more rest than usual. At 14, and then, 19 weeks, I realized that taking a slower pace, relaxing, and taking breaks meant that I felt great and was able to enjoy the vacation. From my experience, I have gathered a variety of tips and am excited to share them with you.

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JAN 132014

Does Mickey Stress You Out?

by Angela Cox

Does Mickey Stress You Out?

I’ve had countless friends start our conversations with a discouraged, “I started planning a Disney vacation a few years ago, but gave up because it STRESSED ME OUT!” Believe me when I tell you- I know what you’re talking about. I know.

Our very first family trip to Walt Disney World® was when our daughter was six years old and our son was only two. (Take a look at that crowd!) Although we were swept away by the beauty of Cinderella Castle and the magical ambience, we felt completely lost. I had even taken the time to read one of those tell-all Disney touring books. Cover-to-cover. The problem with relying on a published book is that it may have been printed a year ago. A LOT can happen in a year! Remember, this is *DISNEY * we’re talking about.

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