Tips For Bringing Kids To Orlando Vacation By William F. Gabriel

  in Travel | Published 2011-10-13 15:32:22 | 160 Reads | Unrated


Orlando is a place for family vacations Kids love and adore the theme parks that can be found in this place like Disney World, Universal Studios, and Sea World

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Orlando is a place for family vacations. Kids love and adore the theme parks that can be found in this place like Disney World, Universal Studios, and Sea World. Children will have the ultimate fun trying out different kinds of rides and attractions located in these theme parks. But for the parents, bringing the kids to a vacation can be taxing and difficult especially if your little ones are stubborn, impatient, naughty, or mischievous. To have a vacation that’s more fun than tiring, here are some tips that every parent would find useful.

Go to the baby pit stop

For parents with babies, make the baby station your friend. Locate the baby station even before you need one so when the actual need arises, you won’t spend the whole day looking for it. At Disney’s four theme parks, you can find baby stations near the front of the park where you can do all sorts of baby things like changing the diaper, nursing your child, or warming up a cold meal. Dimly-lit rooms with rocking chairs make breastfeeding easy and comfortable. There are also several changing tables so there’s no need to wait in line. On top of it all, there’s a baby staff ready to lend you a hand while you go through the things you need to do.

Wait in line without going crazy

“Are we there yet?” Your kids will ask this question so many times that it’s enough to drive you nuts. To survive the long lines in theme parks, what you can do is to let your kid play with some toys. Be sure to bring some toys that provide endless activities because kids can get bored easily. Have them munch on some healthy but delightful snacks like veggie sticks with delicious cheese dip or wheat bread sandwiches with lean meat or chicken. Another trick would be to tell your kids some stories that would keep them occupied while you wait for your turn.

Bring your complete survival kit

Don’t leave home without the essentials: diapers, milk, sufficient clothing, wipes, toys, books, medications, first aid kit, and any other thing you’ll need for your little ones. Strollers and slings that will make it easier for you and your kids to roam around the theme parks. But they are optional as there are strollers and slings available for rent at the theme parks. If you don’t mind spending an extra cost, you’ll want to go for this route. If bringing a stroller is not too much of a hassle for you, then bring your own.

Go to kid-friendly restaurants

Food choices cater mostly to children in most of the theme parks since they are the main customers. But you still have to ensure that you bring sufficient food and drinks just in case your kid gets hungry and the line to the snack bar is way too long. Always check the menu if the restaurant has selections for your kids so you don’t have to force them to eat something they wouldn’t like.

Bringing the kids to Orlando surely sounds like a lot of fun. But it can be tiring as well. It would be smart to follow the tips mentioned above so you can have a more enjoyable time.



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