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How to Travel Solo to Disneyland with (grand)Kids and Actually Survive Without Losing Them

Let’s face it. You have one job while you have these kids and all your attention should be focused on “let nothing happen on your watch.” Plus, you also have another goal being the coolest grandparents ever so you want to have a good time, too, right?

That means from start to finish, you’re concentrating on a good time for you and a good time for them. I’ll tell you right now, this isn’t going to be cheap, but it will be cost-effective. And it will be the best time ever.

Several criteria here to start with before you jump on that vacation. These children have to be old enough to not be in a car seat, but a booster seat at the minimum. And, if they’re little, you’re first Disney experience is going to be at Disneyland in California where the crowds are smaller and access to Mickey is soooooo much easier. Seriously easier. It’s. Worth. Every. Penny.

So that means the first thing you’re going to do is buy that airplane ticket and choose those seats wisely. Bulkhead is best for that five-hour flight we had from the east coast. You read that right. Buy bulkhead. Those little feet can’t help but keep moving and they won’t kick anyone in that seat in front of you. Nothing worse than the glares from people and you’re a considerate person after all, right? (As well as having been that person that was kicked on a flight or two). You won’t need to get up and down that much for your stuff above, I promise.

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