Lots of people have asked me to talk about how the process of DVC point rental works, so today I’m going to go over that.
I also want to tell you about the new Patreon and a quick tip for watching fireworks with little ones.
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Quick tip of the day
Emailed from Sarah K.:
“I was listening to the podcast today about the little one who was scared of the fireworks. I have a tip in case it helps out others. My daughter used to also be scared of fireworks shows, so when we went to see Happily Ever After, I put a pillow in the stroller. We were lucky enough to do the Dessert Party/Garden View, so when the show started she laid on the pillow on my lap and I wrapped it around her ears. That way she was comfy, secure, and the loud bangs were muffled. She had no problems, even with the villain scene toward the end.
Second tip was that for the same show we brought the kids’ pajamas with us that day and changed them into their PJs in the bathroom of the dessert party so when they fell asleep in their strollers on the walk out, we could just transfer them right to their beds when we got back to the room!”
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