Hello, my name is Christina and I am a wife and Mom of two. I took my first trip to Disneyland at 11, with a return trip two years later. ‘Back then’ it was just one park that was done as a day trip, but I remember it like it was yesterday. So much to see and do, but even then my favorite ride was Space Mountain! I am looking forward to a return trip in September, 2014. I cannot wait to see all of the changes that have been made over the years and stay at Disney’s Grand Californian Resort. I’m also looking forward to sharing more of the Disney magic with my family as my Mom and I are the only two that have ever been to Disneyland and that was many years ago.
When my husband and I married in 1992 he wanted to honeymoon in Walt Disney World. At the time, with my knowledge of Disney at the time being limited to Disneyland, I thought: Why would I want to honeymoon at a theme park? My question should have been: Why WOULDN’T I want to honeymoon at a theme park? For anyone who has ever been, Walt Disney World is no mere ‘theme park.’ For those of you that haven’t been, hang on to your socks, you are in for a very magical surprise!!! We finally made our first trip as a couple in 1998 and I realize how big of a mistake I had made!!! In 2001 we returned for the first time as a family of three with our little princess in tow. In 2004 we became annual passholders and started making Disney World a yearly vacation. Some of our friends think we are nuts, but those that have been to Disney usually come back to us and say: Well now we know what all of the hype is about!
In 2006 we added to the family with the birth of our little prince. He took his first Disney vacation at the tender age of 10 months old and he hasn’t looked back. Ask him where he’d like to go on vacation and his answer will always be ‘Disney World’!
I am College of Disney Knowledge graduate. Along with that knowledge I also carry the knowledge of 18 Disney World vacations, 2 Disneyland vacations and counting. My husband and I have traveled several times both with and without children. We’ve traveled in every budget possible, staying at the All Star resorts, all the way up to the Grand Floridian and quite a few in between. We’ve visited water parks, participated in many *extra* Disney activities and eaten all over The World. I can help you decide if you should use Disney’s bus service or rent a car. I can help you decide if the dining plan is right for you and if so, which one. I can help you decide which resort will best fit the needs of your family.
In the past, we have traveled with a Special Needs Child. Whether someone in your party has physical limitations or special dietary needs, I can work with you to make your vacation Magical.