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 13.0 #7703 (DL Qual #4898

June 25, 2013 2:41 AM  WDW Talk Land
Hello again, I have a question. My 4 year old son loves theme park maps. He gets a new set from Disneyland and California Adventure every time we go. Would anyone be interested in trading maps from Disneyland and California Adventure for some DisneyWorld ones? I can throw in a Carsland button too :)
I would love to send you a set from WDW. Just email me your info jvv@cox.net - mzdisnee  438.3 #14 6:48AM
I just sent you an email, thank you soo much! 😀 - DisneyFanatic728  13.0 #7703 10:53AM

 13.0 #7703 (DL Qual #4898

June 22, 2013 12:47 AM  WDW Talk Land
Hi everyone, I'm new to MouseWait Florida. I actually live in Anaheim California and enjoy the MouseWait Disneyland app. I've recently started planning a trip to Disneyworld for my son's 5th birthday for next July and would greatly appreciate any suggestions anyone has to make the most out of our trip. I look foward to meeting and hearing from you guys :)
welcome, hope you love it here! As far as advice...I would say do NOT get overwhelmed, WDW is a HUGE place. Take your time, especially with a young child. see the magice through their eyes, and let him take the lead on things...it really makes for a fun trip when you stop and look around and enjoy WDW like a child!! - ncjal  202.4 #33 5:53AM
That is the exact age my son was when I first took him to WDW. Absolutely book Chef's Mickey for breakfast. It is similar to Goofy's Kitchen, with characters and the buffet. - Lelundrial  445.9 #417 7:38AM
welcome, hope you love it here! As far as advice...I would say do NOT get overwhelmed, WDW is a HUGE place. Take your time, especially with a young child. see the magice through their eyes, and let him take the lead on things...it really makes for a fun trip when you stop and look around and enjoy WDW like a child!! - ncjal  202.4 #33 5:53AM
That is the exact age my son was when I first took him to WDW. Absolutely book Chef's Mickey for breakfast. It is similar to Goofy's Kitchen, with characters and the buffet. - Lelundrial  445.9 #417 7:38AM

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