We decided that 5 would be the magic age- and it was perfect. DS was tall enough to go on everything, and he turned out to be a thrill ride junkie! The only thing we skipped was Haunted Mansion (he thought it sounded too scary), and the only thing he really thought he didn’t want to do ever again was Pirates.
He had fun with the characters, even though he sort of had the idea that they’re “helped”. That didn’t diminish his enjoyment any more than it does mine. :happy:
I still can’t believe I told my 5 year old… “Sure, you can go on the RocknRoller Coaster.” :eek:
If we’d gone when he was a little younger, I think he would have been disappointed not to be able to do some things. And if we’d gone when he was considerably younger I’m sure he would have had a lot of fun, but that’s an expensive trip for someone who would also have a lot of fun putting a quarter in a drink machine.
For the next little one, if we’re lucky enough to go sooner rather than later, it’ll be when she’s still free, and it’ll be more of a trip for DS than for her. However, her grandparents have already spoken to my pregnant belly, saying, “And when you’re 5 years old, you’ll get your trip to Disney World!”