Episode 306: We interviewed our kids about what they love about Disney! Before we get to that we start by covering the big news of the week. The big story of the week is that Disneyland in California finally has a re-opening date! April 30, 2021 Disneyland will be open after an entire year of being closed. There will be some new things to see and do once the park re-opens. Snow White’s Enchanted Wish will debut and Disney is reporting that the Haunted Mansion has also gotten some upgrades. Meanwhile, over at Walt Disney World, Spaceship Earth is receiving some new nighttime lighting effects. Annual Passholders will be getting two (2) magnets in the mail this time. Alright, lets get to the main event…We interviewed our kids (and one best friend) for this episode, 6 in total! We start with the youngest and work our way up to the oldest. Our kids range in age from 2 years to 7 years old. We get a wide variety of responses and rabbit trails but we did manage to get some answers to a very pressing question…Are the Rafts a ride? You know how we feel about it but what do our kids think? We also asked the about the monorail, the skyliner and what their favorite rides are…All in all we had a great time laughing and enjoying what our kids had to say. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
Episode: 305. After our week off we catch back up on the news. There’s actually some major stories to cover this week. Ratatouille has an opening date. Many weren’t expecting it but once you stop and think, the date that the chose does make sense…from a certain point of view. Disneyland finally has the green light to re-open with some major limitations. The new Moana themed rooms at the Polynesian look really nice and shiny! The question remains though, how much are they going to charge for these rooms? Epcot has some new entrance features including some new music. Be sure to tune in next week where we will have 6 special guests…Our Kids (and one best friend) will be joining us. You’ll get to hear straight from our kids what they love about Disney!
In this episode go through my most recent trip to Walt Disney World. I talk about my experience staying at the Contemporary and go over some of the changes that I noticed with the monorails. I also give my thoughts on the festival of the arts at EPCOT and how it compares to the other festivals. I wrap up by going through how I dealt with the crowds on a very busy day at Magic Kingdom.
One of the best parts of going to Disney with Kids is for the Character meets. Jon and I discuss the different types of character meets that you can experience. We talk about our favorite character experiences over the years and where to find them. We also talk about the rumor that once of the most unique character meets may be going away.
We all know that Disney is a lot of fun for kids but can it be just as much fun for the parents? In today’s episode, Jon and I have an interesting discussion about this topic. We recall what it was like for us going to Disney as kids and how it has evolved now that we are parents. We give our top 3 things that we think Parents and Adults can do to have fun at Disney. Join in on the discussion and tell us what you do to have fun at Disney as an adult.
In this episode, I talk about my recent trip to Walt Disney World with my one month old son. I do a mini review of some of the products that I used in the parks. I especially liked using the Dad Shirt from Lalabu. I lost count of how many people came up to me just to ask about it. I also do a quick review of the baby care centers and reveal which one was my favorite. Thanks for listening and If you want to help support the show, visit our store on spreadshirt.com. If you make a purchase between Today (10/30/17) and November 3rd 2017 you can save 20% on your order with the coupon code: 20wishes
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It’s that time of year again…in this episode we give our thoughts on Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party. Is it worth the ever increasing price? We give you our opinions as well a complete overview of the party. Let us know what you think. Is the party worth it to you? Why or Why not?
This episode is the first in our series on traveling to Walt Disney World with young children. We go over some tips that we have for parents that are considering bringing children that are under 3 years of age. We give our thoughts on how to make the best use of your time, taking advantage of Disney’s photo-pass service, and tips on using strollers in the park. Let us know if you would like to hear more episodes around this topic. You can email us firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Facebook and Twitter.