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Cabanas at Castaway Cay – Disney’s Private Island

One of the struggles for me when it comes to any beach vacations is -- I'm allergic to the sun. Not in a I'm going to die type of allergic reaction way, but in a I'm-going-to-claw-my-skin-off allergic reaction kind of way. My skin breaks out in hives and I develop a nice purple rash (as if a rash can be nice). So when I found out about the cabanas … [Read more...]

How to Do Disneyland with Preschoolers

These are magical years with my little one. My daughter is days away from turning 3, and full of personality, spunk, and cuddles. One of our favorite things to do together is visit the Disneyland Resort. The Happiest Place on Earth is perfect for preschoolers with tons to see and do. Today, I'm sharing how to do Disneyland with Preschoolers. You … [Read more...]

Express Transportation at Disney World – Is it Worth it?

We just arrived back from a whirlwind 8 days at Walt Disney World and aboard Disney Cruise Line's reimagined ship, Wonder. Readjusting to life outside of Disney is hard, y'all! I'm still waiting on turn-down service and free room service. So far, it's not happening. But as I'm thinking back on our magical time at Disney, I can't help but want to … [Read more...]

it’s a small world Holiday Ride at Disneyland

It's a world of laughter, a world of tears. A world of hope and a world of fears. It's a world of 20 years of it's a small world holiday ride at Disneyland! During the Disneyland Holidays celebrations, guests can take the merriest cruise around the world to see the world's children dressed in their holiday best. For the 20th anniversary … [Read more...]

Festival of Holidays at the Disneyland Resort

Food, fun, and festivities await you at the Disneyland Resort. Now within Disney's California Adventure Park, guests can enjoy the all-new Festival of Holidays at the Disneyland Resort. The Festival of Holidays brings the joys of the world's holidays to park guests. I had an opportunity to tour the festival with some of my friends and then later … [Read more...]

Halloween Traditions at Disneyland + Giveaway

See how contributor, Melanie, makes Halloween traditions at Disneyland. One thing is very clear about the Walshes — we are a Disney family. We’ve had some amazing Disney vacations and countless adventures to our castle away from home. The Disneyland Resort has become part of our holiday tradition. Most recently, we were able to visit Mickey’s … [Read more...]

Mickey’s Halloween Party with Toddlers

Attending Mickey's Halloween Party with a little one in tow? Learn how to conquer Mickey's Halloween Party with toddlers. As part of Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort, guests are invited to join Mickey and his pals for a family-friendly, separate ticket event on specific nights in September and October for Mickey's Halloween Party. Mickey's … [Read more...]

5 Places to Visit in The Woodlands

This is a partnered post with Ozarka. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own. These 5 places to visit in The Woodlands are perfect for families. I've lived in Texas my entire life and I honestly cannot imagine living anywhere else. The summer heat is usually unbearable, the bugs can be bigger than my hand, but I love everything about … [Read more...]

8 Must-See Attractions at the Disneyland Resort

Headed to Anaheim for a Disneyland vacation? Here are 8 must-see attractions at the Disneyland Resort! When my daughter wrote "Have fun!" on her summer bucket list, I knew we needed to head to the Disneyland Resort. This summer there is so much happening at the Happiest Place on Earth. From the continuing Diamond Celebration to new attractions at … [Read more...]

4 Reasons You Should Be Watching Bizaardvark on the Disney Channel

I was a weird kid. For at least a week in 8th grade, I wore neon safety lab glasses to school. You know the ones that look like a scuba mask? Our uniform rules were pretty strict, but eyewear and hair accessories were free game. The loophole amused me, but, let's be honest, it wasn't necessarily well received by my peers. But being normal didn't … [Read more...]