Here are two awesome ideas for upcoming Disneyland & Disney World trips!
I get such a rush planning a trip!! I know I’m not the only one out there like this!! Otherwise there wouldn’t be a gazillion websites dedicated to vacation planning and 3 whole rows of bookshelves at the Barnes & Noble dedicated to it.
Wendy, an adorable Texas mom of 2, had some very cute ideas to involve her vacation planning with her kids:
My husband, Joel, likes to joke that I enjoy the planning of a vacation more than the actual vacation. Truth be told…I must have been a travel agent in a previous life, because I really do get a kick out of researching a
My daughter, Emily, also got bit by the planning bug. When she was 3½ and we were planning our Disneyland /
I simply cut strips of construction paper about 2 inches wide by 8 or 9 inches long. Then she glued on pictures from all of our
I also wanted to make it clear to Emily that we were not just vacationing at Disneyland, but rather visiting the awesome city of
With a pair of safety scissors, a glue stick, and lots of printed images from the internet, Emily had plenty of supplies to create a daily log of our plans. For a 3 ½ year old, it was pretty basic: number stickers indicating what day of our trip it was, a picture or two of each place we would visit for the day, and a few stickers (especially Disney Princess stickers!). We even included a picture of and airplane, a rental car, and our hotel room so she would know what to expect during the busy first day of travel. As she got older, the books became more detailed and included more of her own writing. I keep them in our scrapbooks and they are so much fun to look back at.
In the week or so before our