Jul 11, 2017
Kris & Megan talk about the top 5 reasons your kids might have meltdowns and how to avoid them.
Here are the top five reasons your kids might have meltdowns while visiting Disneyland or Walt Disney World.
Just because you're at the Disney Parks doesn't mean your kids will ignore their normal eating schedule. Keep this in mind and try to have snacks ready for their normal eating times if your next meal is going to be a little later than normal.
Same thing here. If your young kids and babies are used to a nap schedule, keep this in mind. You may not be able to get them to nap at the parks, but at least it'll give you some understanding as to their behavior. We'd suggest having some "quiet time" and finding an out of the way area to get away from all the busyness of the park.
Try to keep your kids body temperature in mind while you're at the parks. Especially if you're babywearing or if your kids are in hot costumes.
Sometimes your kids will need to get out and expend some energy. Especially if they've been sitting in a stroller or up in a baby carrier all day. Let them down to walk along with you if they're able or find a play area like Princess Dot's Puddle Park in DCA.
There's so much to see, smell, taste, hear, and feel at the Disney parks, it's easy for young kids to get overstimulated. Be aware of that and try to find ways where your kids can tune to the outside world, like in the stroller, or to be able to turn inward to you if they're being worn.
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One of the very first things we hear when we talk to other people about visiting Disneyland is, “That sounds like so much fun, I wish we could go! It’s just so expensive.” After hearing this so many times, we started to look for ways that families could save on a Disneyland trip.
We found that while a Disneyland trip will be expensive (but totally worth it), you might be surprised to find that with a little forethought and planning, it can be within your reach!
In this short ebook, we’ve grouped our tips into three main categories: tips on saving and collecting extra money for your trip, saving on the trip itself, and ways to save at the parks on food and souvenirs. We even added five bonus tips on some free and inexpensive things you can do at Disneyland!
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By the way, you also get our two previous freebies: Disneyland Resort Scavenger Hunts and our Unofficial Day at Disney Resource Pack!