10 Tips for Setting Your Disney Itinerary

4. Consider Kid’s Routines: If your children are used to a certain schedule, whether it be meal times or naps, do you best to stick to that schedule. Your little ones will be overwhelmed by new experiences, so keeping at least one thing familiar can help reduce the temper tantrums. You don’t need to go all the way back to the hotel for a nap: if your kids sleep in the car, hop on the Monorail, a Friendship Boat, or the Walt Disney World Railroad.

About Robin Swanson

Robin’s Disney journey began with Beauty and the Beast bedsheets, a Jasmine dress up set, and a purring Nala plush. As a child in the 1990s, the renaissance and classic animations alike captivated her imagination. In 2008, Robin visited Walt Disney World for the first time, and the obsession really took hold. Since then, Robin has enjoyed visiting the Happiest Place on Earth many more times. She lives in the Chicago suburbs where she is wrapping up a Masters in writing. When not at Disney World, Robin enjoys researching fairytales, eating ice cream, Netflix binging, reading and, of course, planning the next Walt Disney World vacation!