Life is so busy from birthday parties, sports, school, naptime, dinner and just everyday life. It seems that every second of our daily lives are planned. There is something so sweet about turning everything off, disconnecting from daily chores/schedules and just seeing the “magic” through their eyes. I remember, when Jace my oldest was four years old we were in Disney Springs shopping, he looked at me and asked, “so, someone’s job is to build Legos”? “YES!!” I said. He builds Legos, we go to exhibits, have challenges and are constantly building Legos. It has been so fun to watch him over the years create and build. We could hardly wait to see the Hulk and Pirates of the Caribbean creations!
So, when you are considering what age is appropriate to travel with your kids, not just to Disney, but anywhere consider your whole family, including yourself. Intentionally plan to enjoy your kids in a setting where you aren’t overwhelmed or can need to reschedule, spend time (quantity and quality). Make plans to share life with them for their whole life!