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I need your advice! In less than a month my wife and I plan to surprise our 5 year old daughter with a Walt Disney World vacation! Our little girl doesn’t know anything about the trip, and we’d love your help coming up with the best time and way to tell her… maybe even come up with a way to get her to Orlando and onto Disney’s Magical Express before she figures it out.
Our daughter’s been asking to go to Walt Disney World again, since our first trip there in 2012. This photo is of her as she was headed to meet all of the princesses at the Cinderella’s Royal Table breakfast, one of Walt Disney Worlds many super fun character dining experiences. We’ve been telling her maybe we’d go back “someday”, but implied it would not be soon.
Here’s where we need your advice. We want to come up with a good way to surprise her. Perhaps we could tell her that daddy (me) has a business trip someplace that would sound especially boring to a child? I’d say she and mommy can come and find something to do while I’m working? Any ideas on someplace that will sound like the opposite of Walt Disney World to a 5 year old?
Help us surprise her! 🙂
How can we best throw her off The Magic Kingdom vacation surprise scent? Maybe we could say my business trip is to some remote town in New England, and tell her how much fun she and mommy will have visiting antique stores and quilting museums? Can you suggest some locations or activities that would sound totally boring to a 5 year old girl? We’d love your help!
My wife (milkandcuddles.com) and I will be sharing our trip via our blogs and all of the usual social media sites: Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook etc. And of course we’ll be sure to share our 5 year old daughter’s reaction as it dawns on her that she’s not really going to quilting museums, or whatever you help us come up with. Thanks so much for your advice!