A princess-themed Disney World trip plan

(Article last updated: October 15, 2016)

Lots and lots of parents look forward to taking their princess-loving children to Disney World to experience all of the fairy tale magic before the kids get older and move onto a new stage.

Disney World knows how popular princess stuff is and has gradually been adding more and more attractions for little princesses.

Here is a 7 day trip itinerary made especially for families looking for all of the princess goodness they can fit into one trip.

(It also includes non-princess stuff that most princess lovers will enjoy.)

Before you leave on your trip

Write a letter to a princess and the princess will send you an autographed postcard in return. You can write to any princess, you can send multiple letters if you have multiple children and there's no need to send postage.

This is a fun way to get your princess excited about their upcoming trip, though be aware that these are sometimes not returned or can take awhile.

Send your letter to the this address:

Walt Disney World Communications
P.O. Box 10040
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-0040

Where to stay

There is a resort in each category - Value, Moderate and Deluxe - fit for a princess.

Value resort: Art of Animation, the Little Mermaid section
The Little Mermaid rooms are standard rooms with 2 double beds that accommodate up to 4 people. The theming is fantastic, including a Flippin' Fins swimming pool nearby at the Little Mermaid Courtyard.

Please note that these rooms are never part of promotions and are located the farthest from the main building.

Rooms start at $128/night.

Moderate resort: Port Orleans Riverside, the Royal Rooms
In early 2012, about 25% of the rooms (over 500) at Port Orleans Riverside were converted to Royal Rooms. Special touches like fiber optic special effects, ornate decorations, custom drapery and art adorn these newly refurbished rooms.

Please note that these rooms are not located in the Preferred buildings so it will be a bit of a walk to the main building.

The rooms start at $244/night.

Deluxe resort: The Grand Floridian
The Grand Floridian doesn't have rooms that are explicitly princess-themed, but the Victorian theming along with stained glass ceiling and chandeliers definitely make it feel very regal.

The Grand Floridian is also home to a couple of the princess-themed events listed below and is in a location fit for any princess - right on the monorail line, one stop away from Magic Kingdom.

Rooms start at $640/night.

There's also a daily event where Prince Charming and Cinderella dance in the Grand Floridian lobby. Kids are welcome to join in.

The plan below is just an example. Various things may take place at different times or need to be rearranged for your trip.

Day 1 - Arrival Day

On the first day of your trip, travel and check into your hotel.

For an extra special princess touch, consider getting a limo to transport you to your hotel from the airport.

Take time to get your room comfortable and explore the resort.

Have dinner at 1900 Park Fare for Cinderella’s Happily Ever After Dinner. This is a buffet-style meal at the Grand Floridian (where you can get Gummi Bears and sushi rolls - where else can you do that?).

Cinderella, Prince Charming, Lady Tremaine, Anastasia and Drizella are the characters at this meal (characters can vary and are subject to change). Make dining reservations well ahead of time for this dinner.

Day 2 - Magic Kingdom

Time for your first Magic Kingdom day!

Head to Magic Kingdom for an 8:00 breakfast in the castle at Cinderella's Royal Table. You'll enter the parks before they are open, giving you a perfect chance to take pics in front of the castle without any crowds.

Characters can vary but usually include Cinderella, Ariel, Aurora and Snow White.

My daughter at Cinderella's Royal Table when she was 10. She's graduated from college now. 🙁

You must make these reservations 6 months in advance because it's a very popular character dining meal.

Once you wrap up breakfast, you'll be ready to start touring.

Before arriving, you'll want to have FastPass+ reservations for Peter Pan's Flight, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, and Enchanted Tales with Belle.

After breakfast, ride Journey of the Little Mermaid and visit Ariel's Grotto.

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Next, it's time to meet Merida. As you're facing the castle, the path to the right has an outdoor theater called the Fairytale Garden where you can meet Merida.

Spend some time riding rides in the area - Winnie the Pooh, Golden Carousel, It's a Small World, Haunted Mansion - and then line up to meet the Fairy Godmother behind the castle.

Next, look for Lady Tremaine and the step sisters.

A photo posted by Dustin (@dustin_b_hayes) on

Head to Mad Tea Party to see Alice in Wonderland. You might find White Rabbit with her too. Often times the first people in line for their first meeting time get to ride the tea cups with them!

A photo posted by Dustin (@dustin_b_hayes) on

Have a Quick Service lunch (suggestions: Columbia Harbour House or Be Our Guest, if you have a BoG reservation), and then head for an afternoon of more characters and rides.

After lunch possibilities:

  • Use FastPass+ to ride Peter Pan’s Flight (suggested FastPass+ time: early afternoon)
  • Use FastPass+ for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train (38" height requirement, suggested FastPass+ time: early afternoon)
  • Use FastPass+ for Enchanted Tales with Belle (suggested FastPass+ time: early afternoon)
  • Visit Pete's Silly Sideshow to meet Daisy
  • Meet Mickey at Town Square Theater
  • PhilharMagic
  • 3:00 Festival of Fantasy Parade
  • Wishes fireworks

Day 3 - Epcot

Start off your Epcot day by attending the Princess Storybook Dining breakfast at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall which is located in Norway. Just like you did when having breakfast in the castle, you should try to get an 8 a.m. reservation here so that you enjoy an empty park and don't miss out on any touring time.

Since all of the princesses that you'll meet at Epcot are in the World Showcase section and the World Showcase section doesn't open until 11, you'll want to head to Future World after breakfast.

Make sure you have FastPass+ reservations ahead of time for Soarin' and 2 others like Spaceship Earth or Turtle Talk with Crush.

Visit attractions in this order:

  • Test Track (40" height requirement)
  • Sum of All Thrills (located in Innoventions East - 48" height requirement)
  • Mission: Space (44" height requirement)
  • The Seas with Nemo and Friends - including exploring the Living Seas and seeing Turtle Talk with Crush (suggested FastPass+ return time: 9:30-10:30)
  • Living with the Land
  • Ride Soarin' with FastPass+ (40" height requirement - suggested FastPass+ time: 10:30-11:30)
  • Ride Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros in Mexico

Princesses in the World Showcase:

  • Belle at the World Showcase France Pavilion
  • Jasmine & Aladdin can be seen in the World Showcase Morocco Pavilion
  • You can find Mulan at the World Showcase China Pavilion
  • Princess Aurora (Sleeping Beauty) can be seen in the World Showcase France Pavilion
  • Snow White can be seen in the World Showcase Germany Pavilion

Other Epcot things to do:

  • Explore all of the pavilions in the World Showcase. Agent P's World Showcase Adventure and/or buying a passport in a gift shop to be stamped in each country are fun ways to keep little ones interested in exploring all of the various countries.
  • Visit Character Spot in Future World to meet Mickey, Minnie and Goofy in 1 part, and then Baymax, Joy and Sadness in the other Character Spot, just across the breezeway
  • Spaceship Earth (located in the "golf ball," many head there first thing since it's at the front of the park, but I recommend visiting later and using a FastPass+ reservation)
  • Explore Innoventions, including the Colortopia exhibit
  • Club Cool has fun drinks, including those from around the world which are free to sample. The Beverly drink is disgusting so if you like to play jokes, encourage your family to try Beverly and watch their reactions.
  • IllumiNations is the nighttime show that takes place on the water in the World Showcase section

Day 4 - Animal Kingdom

There isn't a lot of princess stuff going on at Animal Kingdom but Pocahontas meets frequently on Discovery Island Trail, near Galapagos Tortoise.

Mickey and Minnie are also available meet throughout the day at Adventurers Outpost.

There are many other characters available, but not any that would especially appeal to princess-lovers.

Have FastPass+ reservations ahead of time for Kilimanjaro Safaris, Expedition Everest and Festival of the Lion King.

Get to the park about 30 minutes before it opens and then head to ride Primeval Whirl (48" height requirement) and TriceraTop Spin in DinoLand.

The Dinosaur ride is also located in DinoLand. It has a 40" height requirement which means a lot of kids will be tall enough to ride but it is a very scary ride so be aware of that.

Use FastPass+ to ride Expedition Everest (44" height requirement, suggested FastPass+ time: 9:30-10:30). Then ride Kali River Rapids (38" height requirement), see Flights of Wonder and make your way to Kilimanjaro Safaris to use your FastPass+ there (suggested FastPass+ time: 10:30-11:30).

Afterward, you might want to visit the nearby Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail and take the Wildlife Express Train to Rafiki's Planet Watch for the animal exhibits there (allow at least 30 minutes to visit Rafiki's Planet Watch).

It'll be about time to eat lunch and Harambe Market (Quick Service) and Tusker House (Table Service) are good nearby options.

For the rest of the day, find time to do these rides/shows:

  • Maharajah Jungle Trek
  • Finding Nemo - The Musical

Day 5 - Hollywood Studios

Disney's Hollywood Studios offers two princess-based shows, one featuring Ariel and another featuring Belle.

Before arriving, secure FastPass+ reservations for Toy Story Mania, Star Tours and The Frozen Sing-Along.

You'll want to arrive at Hollywood Studios around 8:15 or 8:30 and head to Toy Story Mania which isn't princess-themed but is 1 of the most popular ride at Disney World and fun for everyone. Either have a FastPass+ reservation *and* ride first thing (so you can ride twice during your visit) or have a FastPass+ to ride later in the day.

Afterward, you can see the Voyage of the Little Mermaid show and Beauty and the Beast - Live on Stage. Check show times to see when they are available but usually VotLM begins shows at 9:15-9:30 a.m. and the first showing of Beauty and the Beast is usually at 11:00 (tip: grab a snack or Quick Service lunch and take it into the Beauty and the Beast show since food is allowed there).

For the rest of your day, these are good attractions to hit with younger kids (doesn't include Tower of Terror or Rock 'N' Roller Coaster but if you want to do those, use FastPass+ reservations and/or Rider Switch):

  • Visit Star Tours with a FastPass+ reservation (40" height requirement)
  • Use a FastPass+ for the Frozen Sing-Along
  • Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular
  • Disney Junior - Live on Stage
  • The Great Movie Ride
  • MuppetVision 3D
  • Fantasmic (night show - scary for some children, does feature some princesses)
  • Star Wars fireworks

Day 6 - Magic Kingdom

For your second day at Magic Kingdom, you'll meet the rest of the princesses and ride the rest of the rides that you didn't do on the first day.

Secure FastPass+ reservations for this day for the Cinderella/Rapunzel meet-and-greet, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, and Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin.

Arrive before rope drop ("rope drop" is another name for park opening) and head to any must-do items that you want to repeat from the first day (particularly popular options like Seven Dwarfs Mine Train).

Near Sleepy Hollow Treats, get in line to meet Tiana at 9:30.

By the second hour the park is open:

  • Ride Splash Mountain (40" height requirement)
  • Head to the Splash Mountain exit to meet Jessie and Woody
  • Ride Big Thunder Mountain Railroad with a FP+ (40" height requirement)
  • Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Jungle Cruise
  • Meet Aladdin and Jasmine near The Magic Carpets of Aladdin

Have a Quick Service lunch (suggestion: Columbia Harbour House) and then spend the rest of your day doing some of these things:

  • Use a FastPass+ to meet Cinderella and Rapunzel (suggested FastPass+ time: early afternoon)
  • Use a FastPass+ at Enchanted Tales with Belle (suggested FastPass+ time: early afternoon)
  • Use a FastPass+ to ride Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin (suggested FastPass+ time: afternoon) and visit other things in Tomorrowland such as Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor and ride the Tomorrowland Transit Authority
  • The Festival of Fantasy Parade at 3:00 is an amazing sight and well worth seeing

You may also want to head to the castle for a princess makeover at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. This reservation should be made well ahead so try to do it 6 months in advance. Make the reservation for the afternoon so you don't miss out on morning opportunities in the parks.

You can get more information in this Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique review and tips. Since only the Castle Package includes a full costume, you can bring your own if you want to do one of the other packages.

The PhotoPass photographers take lots of pics, so you may want to consider purchasing Memory Maker for your trip.

Day 7 - Departure Day

On departure day, finish your princess trip off with a bang by attending the Perfectly Princess Tea Party with Sleeping Beauty at The Grand Floridian. This is offered on available Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 10:30am-12:00pm. Check in 15 minutes prior to reservation time.

Each guest aged 3-11 will receive "My Disney Girl" collectable doll plus accessories: a tiara, princess link bracelet, princess scrapbook page and a "Best Friend" certificate.

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Gina

Is there an updated plan for Epcot and HS since the new addition of Frozen are permanent now?

Erin

This is fantastic, thank you! How did you get all the princesses to sign one character letter?

Amy

Has anyone put this plan into a spreadsheet?

Diane

Do you have a latest update to this blog?

jenn

Just wanted to post that they DO indeed send back the postcard if you write to a princess. its like the photo shannon posted and in back printed signature from cinderella!! my daughter loved it

Erin

How long did it take for them to send it back? We sent two for my little girls and they are patiently waiting for their return cards from the princesses!

Jacqueline Ramos

Last time I went to Disney in Florida they did not have Princess Tiana in the park or for dinner. My grand daughters and I were disappointed on many levels. This is the character we look up to admire due to her being strong, independent, and a minority. Will she be at the park and available for dinner Jan 7-9 (I have birthday on Jan 8th)? Thank you in advance.

Corrine

Hope you caught her! We were there at the same time and got her and Naveen. AND they were wonderful.

Jessica

Wondering your thoughts on ivy trellis salon vs bbb? For princess do and maybe prince/knight “package” pampering….if you had to pick two of three princess meals..staying at contemporary..

Dani

Is it actually possible for adults to get the princess make over as well?

Sarah

Have you done a trip plan for honeymooners? If not, you should! Can you recommend any good resources for WDW honeymooners?

Brenda

Hello! Love your site, and thank you for all the good tips!
We will be traveling to WDW with our 3 1/2 and 1 1/2 year old this fall! We are staying at the Grand Floridian tues-sun. We arrive at the hotel by 11am, it looks like they will be having a Halloween party the night we get there and two more after that. My question is, do you think it would be to much to do the party the day of our arrival? I’m having the hardest time planning our days, I want to fit so much in and make the right choices! (this is our first time if you couldn’t tell) Thank you!

Robyn

I’ve heard that they are no longer sending postcards in response to written letters. Can anyone confirm whether they are or are not still sending these?

Kate

We mailed one a few months ago and haven’t gotten a response.

Kristi Robertson

We love this trip plan! Do you have the Princess-Themed Trip Plan available as a PDF download? Thanks for all the valuable information you provide!

Janett Murrow

How do I make reservations for bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique?

Jules

Your site is amazing, thank you so much. We are trying to plan our first WDW holiday for next year but my head hurts!! DLRP is feeling tiny right now. Your princess schedule is perfect for us, do you know if all the princess things still happen during Halloween as its our only option to travel so far and we are princess mad. Thanks again

Susan

Hello! All of the princess activities are still available at Halloween. We have been twice at Halloween and Love it! We went to the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique in Downtown Disney beforehand so she was in costume for “Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party”. One little pointer, we attended the MNSSHP twice in one week….here’s why. Those tickets are a good bit cheaper and even though the party doesn’t officially start until 7pm, you are allowed in the park at 4pm. The party is over around Midnight so you still have 8 hrs in the park for around $30 less per person! 🙂 We also bought her princess dress on Disneystore.com and took it with us. Fyi..I think there is a sale on their costumes right now. 🙂 We are headed back this Dec for 5 yr old daughter’s 4th visit and 1yr old (will be 20 mths) daughter’s 1st visit! So super excited! Oh and anything you may want to do that allows reservations….you can call 180 days before and make those. 😉 Have fun!!

Diamond Lily

Do I really have to go to the breakfast time at Akershus to see the princesses or are they at lunch and dinner as well?

Leslie

They meet breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Danyelle

I have a Disney Visa, can you tell me where to find the Card Members meet and greet area and which characters may be there?

Erin

I see lots of videos on the coronation of Merida and Rapunzel at WDW, any idea if Anna/Elsa will have one as well?

Stephanie

This a great plan for princess lovers of all ages!
I was just wondering what time you would recommend being at the gates if you have an 8:00 am breakfast booked at Cinderella’s castle? Do you know what time they let people with morning dining reservations in? I am pretty excited to get some pictures in front of the castle when the park is relatively empty!

Jillian

You forgot Sofia! We are planning a trip for the first week in December, my daughter will be almost 4. Our touring will probably be similar to this :o) I’m thinking on the day we go to Hollywood Studios I will make a breakfast reservation at 8am for Hollywood & Vine so she can meet Sofia & Doc. This is a great starting point for my planning, thanks!

Susannah

Thanks for the tip! My Disney Princess lover also loves Sofia and Doc so we added H&V to our trip plan as well.

Tracy Livingston

I love you, this is great information, I thought I was a pro.I have three princess 11,13,2 I can do something different with my 2 year old. Our trip is next month. I love going in May less crowds Mother’s Day & my birthday 7th trip and counting!!!!!!

Nikki Anderson

I will be there the same weekend. Going friday (my birthday) with my 4yo daughter and my mom. duper excited!

krazyfork

OK…so I’m 47 and I STILL want to do the princess plan! Guess you can never be too old, right?! I’m taking my 11 yo daughter in a week for the first time, and this gives some great pointers of where we can find the characters.
What should we keep in mind when choosing an autograph book for the characters to sign? I was going to pick something up at our local craft store this week and have my daughter decorate it…any details or suggestions of what would work best would be much appreciated! Thanks!

Craig

Awesome Awesome Awesome Article. I am in the Air Force & currently on a 7 month deployment to the Middle East. I have a 4 year old, gonna be almost 5 when get home in August however, I will be taking her down to Disney to do the whole Princess thing and I have been. I did however have a few questions. When I was going to do Magic Kingdom I was going to get her done up at Bibbidy Bobbidy Boutique first, then going meet the princesses. I noticed you had it at mid day, is that smart to do? Also, I saw you mention that you would go to splash mountain after Bibbidy Bobbidy Boutique won’t that get their hair and everything all wet? You did say around 3:40 so maybe i am guessing that’s when the princess stuff wears off and people wanna get wet anyways. I have never been to Disney so I am lost with this stuff. Again, awesome article!

Erin

We are going over Easter weekend 2014 in April for my daughters bday and the Cinderellas Royal Table is booked anyone know any way to get in, we are there only that day at Magic Kingdom? There are meet and greets I assume at Magic Kingdom for Snow White and Cinderella, we went a few years ago and I did not see meet and greets though?

Thanks!

Tara Scott

Dinner at 1900 Park Fare is hosted by Cinderella, Prince Charming, and Lady Tremaine and the stepsisters. You could try to get reservations for that. There is also a meet and greet at Cinderella’s castle that includes different princesses (including Snow White and Cinderella), but I don’t know their specific times. Good luck!

Sarah Leahy

Thanks for all of your work and info! Will you be updating this itinerary at all to reflect Fast Pass + and/or the changes at Fantasyland?

Thanks!

Blue11759

I can’t wait to take my own daughter to Disney World. You have such great tips and ideas for an awesome princess themed trip.

Chad

I’ve noticed you suggest most of the character meals as breakfasts. Over on yourfirstvisit they suggest breakfast in the hotel and mostly dinner character meals. What do you think the pros/cons are for one vs the other?

Chad

Thanks Shannon. Love the site, and appreciate the quick reply.

Elise

Wow- thank you so much! Taking our daughter in November and we are so excited! I noticed that Rapunzel and Tiana meeting times are 9 and 9:20 am. I really hope there are additional times because, although I tried my best for the 8 am, our Cinderella’s Castle breakfast is at 9:20 amd I’m sad that she could miss her favorite princesses. Any advice?

Jeanne

This site is such a fantastic resource! I’m more than 180 days away and still trying to plan out ADRs (we have deluxe dining so there are quite a few), but that’s besides the point.

For arrival day, our plane touches down at Orlando Airport at noon. I’d like to spend the first day at Epcot since my husband and I aren’t too interested in the adult rides and we mostly want to meet princesses on the first day. I’m assuming (hoping) we can make it to Epcot by 3 p.m. (given the variables) after leaving our luggage at the resort.

I’m planning on meeting all the princesses starting with China (if we miss Mulan we won’t have a back-up at the other parks) and hopefully make it back to Akershus for 7:30 p.m. Does this plan make any sense?

Our daughter will be very close to 5, and we’ll definitely have her in a stroller.

Maria

Love all the suggestions. I am planning a surprise birthday trip for my 6 yr old daughter to do a Princess Disney vaction. We are going this Sept and arrive on Thurs morning and leave on Sunday evening. Should we do hopper tickets or just Magic Kingdom? I am leaning towards just Magic Kingdom, but am not sure. Thanks.

Lisa

OMG! I LOVE this! Thank you Thank you! We are going in February 2014 with my 4 year old daughter and 2 year old son. This is the perfect plan for her…and he goes along with anything she likes so he knows all the princesses!

Wikkler

Can you make a pirate-themed trip plan?

They have the Pirate’s League, and Peter Pan’s Flight, Pirates of the Caribbean, and A Pirate’s Adventure new this year, and the Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow, and Captain Jack Sparrow’s Pirate Tutorial, and Tortuga Tavern for lunch, Cap’n Jack’s Restaurant at Downtown Disney.

Also they have pirate rooms at Caribbean Beach, and you can book a reservation for a Pirate Adventure Cruise where you discover treasure.

Colleen Pichette

Are those meet and greet times for the Princesses always the same, or do they change daily? Also, I remember reading somewhere that you can pick up a print out of the times/locations of the character meet and greets somewhere. Is that true? Thank you!

Kelli l

Don’t forget the “Be our Guest” beauty and the beast theme restaurant new this year. They have counter service for lunch but reservations are a MUST for dinner as they are reserved almost a year out.

Jeanne

Thank you SO much for this!! What a time saver! One
question – we’re planning on going February 2014 – do you know if
you have to pay the tickets, etc. before booking the reservations?
Also – do you know if it can be done more than 6 months in advance?
Thanks, Jeanne

Jeanne

Thank you SO much for this! Really helpful, this has been
giving me a headache trying to plan all this out – so this is
amazing!

Sandra Palacios

How about adding an approximately price or budget for each day! That would be helpful in planning

Lori

just LOVE this post! we went to Disney over thanksgiving and because it was so crowded and we felt like we missed a lot, we are planning another trip for January 2014. our girls were disappointed that we didn’t get to see Rapunzel and Flynn Rider. I’ve been reading and have gotten the feeling that they are not available to see anymore. do you know if they are still out in the morning–or really anywhere? thanks! we’ll be using lots of ideas from this post next time we go!

Marcy Kay

Love your website and wish I would’ve discovered it prior to our October 2012 WDW visit. However, we are going again this October and I plan on following this plan pretty closely. Can’t wait! THANK YOU for your time and hard-work on keeping everyone informed. Always look forward to new posts. This one is my favorite!!!

ade

we are trying to plan a 3 day at magic kingdom, it will be our first visit. I would love to make it a princess version but in 3 days what would you recommend?

ade

sorry forgot to mention that we will be going end of july and begining of aug. I love you website by the way next to dad’s guide to wdw =]

Bianca

I’m planning to visit Magic Kingdom in Oct 2013 before we head to our Disney cruise. My daughter is going to be 5 and loves the princesses. Since its only one day we’ ll be there what’s the key things we shouldn’t miss?

JoAnn

I am also planning a 1 day trip to Magic Kingdom on Sept 28th for my 3 year old granddaughter. She loves princesses also. I have already reserved a princesses makeover and lunch in the castle. But would also like to know the key things we should not miss.

Christy

AWESOME!!! Wish I had found you before our first trip –
would have helped so much with planning and making my binder!! Love
your up-dates!!

Dee

I’m so happy I’ve found your website, it’s great! I was wondering if you know if the Princess postcard would also be sent abroad? We’re from the UK and I’m taking my three year old for her first visit in April 🙂

Jennifer Mason

Oh my! I am obsessed with your website! I have a 6 year old
princess and have just booked her first trip for October! This post
is my favorite so far- thank you! I am looking for a WDW book to
purchase so I can have a hard copy to make notes in- I’m a high
school English teacher- it’s in my blood! What guide do you
recommend? Thank you for all your hard work. I look forward to
scouring your website for the next 9 months 🙂

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