Best Disney World Magic Kingdom Rides For Toddlers

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Best Disney World Magic Kingdom Rides For Toddlers

Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is an amazing place to visit with a toddler! So many of the rides and attractions featured in the Magic Kingdom are designed specifically for toddlers to enjoy. With a little bit of preparation your day at the Magic Kingdom with your toddler will be the most magical day ever! Here are the Best Disney World Magic Kingdom Rides For Toddlers:

It’s A Small World

It's A Small World | Best Disney World Magic Kingdom Rides For Toddlers

Climb aboard the “Happiest Cruise That Ever Sailed” for a musical boat ride around the world! It’s A Small World is a Disney favorite that should be high on your list of must-do Magic Kingdom rides for toddlers. The catchy song, the beautiful cultures and the happy singing children – there is to love about It’s A Small World! Ella enjoys this ride so much we go on it multiple times each time we visit the Magic Kingdom.

Under The Sea ~ Journey Of The Little Mermaid

Under The Sea Journey of The Little Mermaid | Best Disney World Magic Kingdom Rides For Toddlers

Journey of the Little Mermaid is an exciting under the sea adventure that brings the story of The Little Mermaid to life! If your toddler is anything like mine then they absolutely love Disney movies and will be obsessed with this ride. Under The Sea Journey of the Little Mermaid is an excellent choice of Magic Kingdom rides for toddlers because it is so upbeat and exciting! Ella loved seeing Ariel and had so much fun singing along with her under the sea friends throughout the ride.

Dumbo

Dumbo | Best Disney World Magic Kingdom Rides For Toddlers

Dumbo is a classic. No matter what age you are, you have to go on Dumbo when visiting Walt Disney World! Children of all ages love to soar above the beautiful Storybook Circus on their favorite flying elephant. Dumbo is easily one of the most popular Magic Kingdom rides for toddlers. Dumbo also features a really cool interactive queue line that kids really enjoy. Ella absolutely loved playing in the circus themed play area while waiting for our turn on Dumbo.

The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh

The Many Adventures of Winnie Pooh | Best Disney World Magic Kingdom Rides For Toddlers

Visit Winnie the Pooh and his pals in this adorable adventure through some of the most beloved stories from the Hundred Acre Woods. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is by far the cutest on our list of Magic Kingdom rides for toddlers. Ella loved riding inside a giant honey pot, bouncing around with Tigger, and singing along with Winnie the Pooh and his pals. The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh also includes an interactive queue that makes waiting in line a bit more fun.

Peter Pan’s Flight

Peter Pan's Flight | Best Disney World Magic Kingdom Rides For Toddlers

Fly over Neverland with Peter Pan and his friends on Peter Pan’s Flight! Peter Pan’s Flight is a slow moving ride that brings to life the classic Disney movie Peter Pan. This is one of the Magic Kingdom rides for toddlers you seriously do not want to miss! Peter Pan’s Flight is extremely popular and the line gets really long really fast. I highly suggest booking a fastpass for Peter Pan’s Flight in advance. For more information about Peter Pan’s Flight click here.

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If you have any favorite Magic Kingdom rides for toddlers you would like to share please leave them in the comments. Thanks for reading!

6 Tips For Your Child’s First Trip To The Movies

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6 Tips For Your Child’s First Trip To The Movies

There’s something so special about going to the movies. The popcorn, the previews, the atmosphere – the movie theater is just a really fun place to go! With that being said, the thought of taking your child to on their first trip to the movies can seem not so fun. Ensure that you and your little one have the best first trip to the movies ever by following these 6 Tips For Your Child’s First Trip To The Movies:

Is Your Child Ready?

I took my daughter on her first trip to the movies when she was 2 years old. I had been wanting to take her to a movie for such a long time but I didn’t think she was ready. Ask yourself the following questions to determine if your child is ready for their first trip to the movies: Do they enjoy watching movies at home? Are they able to sit quietly for an extended period of time? Are they afraid of the dark or loud noises? If you answered no to one or more of these questions then your child might not be ready for their first trip to the movies.

Choose a Kid Friendly Movie

Okay, so this tip is a no brainer but it is so important! When taking your child on their first trip to the movie theater, make sure to choose a kid friendly movie they will enjoy. Do your research before going. Look up the different children’s movies playing and read the reviews. If your child enjoys the movie they are more likely to sit and watch it. Click here to see which movies are playing near you.

Skip the Previews

Any mom knows that timing is everything when it comes to doing things with a young child. As much as I enjoy watching the previews before the movie, it’s best to skip them when taking your child to the movies for the first time. Previews usually start at the time the movie is scheduled for and run 15-20 minutes so plan to get to the movie a little late. Doesn’t sound too bad actually! As a mom I am always running late.

Choose Your Seat Wisely

When taking your child to their first movie you never know when you might need to make a quick exit. It is a smart idea to choose a seat as close to the exit as possible. When I took Ella to her first movie she was really good but there was a moment when she got a little restless. Being so close to the exit I was able to take her out of the theater for a 10 minute break without disturbing anyone else in the theater.

Snacks, Snacks, Snacks!

Popcorn and candy are two of my favorite things about going to the movies. Having snacks available for your child to munch on during their first trip to the movies in an absolute life saver. Most movie theaters offer a cute kids tray of popcorn, a sweet snack and a drink that are perfect for your child’s first visit to the movies. Ella loved being able to pick at her popcorn throughout the film.

Go To a Matinee Showing

Matinees are perfect for your child’s first trip to the movie theater. Matinees are great for so many reasons but mostly because there just aren’t as many people at the movies at this time. I personally love matinees because it’s so nice to have the theater to myself and it’s even nicer when you take your child.

Have any tips for taking a child on their first trip to the movies? Leave them in the comments below. Thanks for reading!

Top 5 Things To Do in Boston With Kids

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Top 5 Things To Do in Boston With Kids

Boston, Massachusetts has always been a city near and dear to my heart and now that I am a mother I love Boston even more! Not only is Boston beautiful, but it is also such a fun place to visit with kids. Boston is home to so many awesome kid friendly attractions. So many in fact, you could live here and still not be able to visit them all! Here are my Top 5 Things To Do in Boston With Kids:

Fenway Park | Top 5 Things To Do in Boston with Kids | Everywhere with Ella

Fenway Park

I don’t know about you, but when I think of Boston I immediately think of the iconic Fenway Park. Built in 1912, Fenway Park is the oldest active ballpark in Major League Baseball and home to the Boston Red Sox. Whether you are interested in baseball or not, Fenway Park is an absolute must-see when visiting Boston with kids. Fenway Park Tours are an excellent way to explore and learn all about “America’s Most Beloved Ball Park.” One of the cool things about Fenway Park Tours is that they are offered year round! For more information about Fenway Park Tour tickets and hours click here.

Duck Boat Tours

Duck Boat Tours are Boston’s most famous attraction and the absolute best way to explore the city for people of all ages!  ConDUCKtors on Boston’s famous Duck Tours will take you on an unique 80 minute tour of Boston’s most popular destinations by both land and water. Some of the destinations featured during the Duck Tour are: the State House, Beacon Hill, TD Garden, Boston Common, Copley Square, Newbury Street, Quincy Market, the Charles River and much, much more! For more information about tickets and Duck Tour hours click here.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace | Top 5 Things To Do in Boston with Kids | Everywhere with Ella

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

If you are looking to get a sense – or taste – of what Boston is all about, then Faneuil Hall Marketplace is where you want to go! Faneuil Hall was first opened in 1743 and is home to over 150,000 square-feet of marketplace and history. Faneuil Hall features local vendors, street performers, and delicious Boston cuisine. You could easily spend hours walking the cobblestone streets of Faneuil Hall with your kids.

The New England Aquarium

The New England Aquarium is seriously my favorite aquarium ever! There are so many fun exhibits for kids of all ages to explore. Many of the exhibits featured at The New England Aquarium are hands on and interactive which children absolutely love! The aquarium is a great way to incorporate both play and learning into your visit to Boston. Our favorite exhibit at The New England Aquarium was the huge penguin exhibit!

Boston Public Garden | Top 5 Things To Do in Boston with Kids | Everywhere with Ella

Boston Public Garden

The Boston Public Garden is America’s oldest public botanical garden and one of Boston’s greatest attractions.  This is such a fun place to spend with kids especially during the warmer seasons. The Boston Public Garden is located in the very heart of Boston adjacent the the popular Boston Common. The public garden is filled with beautiful flowers and kid friendly activities perfect for a day of family fun. Some of the most famous attractions in Boston Public Garden include: Swan Boats, Make Way For Duckling Statues, and the George Washington Statue.

I hope you have an amazing trip to Boston with your kids. If you have anymore fun things to do in Boston with Kids that you would like to add, please leave them in the comments. Thanks for reading!