Want some inside secrets to doing Disney? Ask a Grandmother.
In our family, it is the Grandparents that are tasked with entertaining the kids at the happiest place on earth. It’s a rite of passage when you turn 6, and so I had my mom ghost/guest write a post with tips, tricks, and the inside skinny on navigating Disney with the kids. When you’re in your 60s, you have lots of time for research, and little patience for standing around doing nothing.
Here’s part 1 of her tips:
It all began last year when we took our oldest grandchild to Disneyland. She was 6. We contemplated taking her cousin who was 5 at the same time but opted instead for one on one. Instead we made a promise that next year he could go. In retrospect I believe it was the best decision. Yes, they would have enjoyed each others company but having two adults for one child makes the trip so much more enjoyable for everyone. (Remember these are not our children and we are not as young as we were as parents…)
Before you go there are some critical decisions to make:
Check out Part 2 of the Grandmother’s Guide To Doing Disney to help you when you get on site.