Tips for seeing Anna and Elsa at Disney World (and Olaf too!)

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(Article last checked: April 23, 2017)

Anna and Elsa at Disney WorldDisney World has had a surge in attendance in the last couple of years, in huge part due to people wanting to take their Frozen-obsessed kids (or themselves) to see anything related to the movie.

Here's an overview of all of the places you can find Anna and Elsa at Disney World...
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Attractions at Disney World with height requirements

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Disney World height requirementsThough Disney World is intended to be enjoyed by the whole family, some attractions have height minimums to keep kids safe.

Here's an overview of the attractions with Disney World height requirements and how taller people in your group can still enjoy the attractions even if you have too-short-to-ride members in your party.

Let's dive in...

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Babysitting and childcare options at Disney World

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Planning a date night (or even a date day!) at Disney World and need somebody to watch the kids? No worries; Disney has you covered.

From activity centers to in-room babysitting, there are several different childcare options at Disney World to choose from.

Lets take a look...

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Getting a baby’s first haircut at Harmony Barber Shop

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(Article last checked: April 20, 2017)

Harmony Barber ShopThis is a guest post about Harmony Barber Shop from Kelly East. Here's Kelly...

Haircuts may seem like a mundane, everyday occurrence and are likely not on your must-do list for your next vacation. More than likely it is on your list of things to do at home in preparation for your next vacation so everyone is primped and looking their best in all those trip photos.

But did you know you could get your hair cut at Disney World inside the Magic Kingdom?

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How to use Rider Switch at Disney World

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(Article last updated: April 17, 2017)

Rider Switch (sometimes called "Child Swap") is Disney's system that allows people with small children to take turns riding the bigger rides while the other person/people wait with the child.

Here's how it works...

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How to do Tinker Bell gifts at Disney World

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Tinker Bell gifts at Disney World(Article last updated: April 20, 2017)

One way to add extra magic during your Disney World trip is by doing Tinker Bell gifts for your children.

Here's how it works and some ideas for providing surprise Tinker Bell gifts at Disney World...

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Adding a date night to your Disney World vacation

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(Article last updated: April 11, 2017)

Date night ideas for Disney World plus childcare optionsSmiling families posing in front of Cinderella Castle might be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about Disney World, but Disney World is a popular destination for honeymooners and adults-only trips, too.

Even if you are traveling with your family and just looking for some ideas on adding a date night to your Disney World vacation, the Head Mouse has you covered.

Check out the info below for some ideas on how to spend some adult-only time at Disney World.
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Customize and print your own Disney World stroller tags

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Disney World stroller tagsWhen renting strollers at Disney World, you will need to put a stroller sign in the pouch on the back to identify it as yours.

You can use the Disney World stroller tag given to you at the stroller rental counter or you can make your own.

It's just 1 more way to get creative on your trip and make your stroller stand out in the sea of sameness.

Here are some Disney World stroller tag templates that you can personalize in graphic editing software (like Photoshop or Gimp) or even word processing programs like Microsoft Word or Google Docs.

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Comparing Disney World stroller options

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Disney World strollers(Article last updated: April 19, 2017)

With an average of about 50 miles of walking during a 1 week Disney World trip, it makes sense to consider strollers for many kids, even some who have outgrown using them at home.

Below, you'll find a Disney World stroller comparison so you can find the option that's best for you.

Let's get started...

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A trip plan for doing Disney World with toddlers

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How to do Disney World with toddlers(Article last updated: April 18, 2017)

One of the best things you can do while kids are still young is to plan a trip based on what they are into. Though the days may seem long with toddlers, the phase passes quickly, and before you know it, they are doing all of the grown up things in the parks.

Here's how to do Disney World with toddlers...

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