Whats a good age to take a child to disney

United States
February 26, 2007 5:12pm CST
we are taking our children to disney this coming april and we have a 6 and 2 yr old and im wondering if my 2 yr old should stay behind , i am a avid scrapbooker and i cant see me doing a vaction scrap book and not having her in it but at the same time is it realistic to take her at this age ? i have no problem sitting in on shows and seeing the princess with her etc etc but at 2 will there be enough for her to do and enjoy i guess this is my main question here?
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@mgmagana (3621)
• United States
26 Feb 07
take her just for the scrapbook, when she's older she'll look back and say why didn't i go? i took my daughter when she was 2 mos. old, my son was 2 and my oldest was 6. my 3 yr. old (now) he still remembers and wants to go again! so we're gonna wait til next year, when he's 4 and my oldest is 8 and my daughter is 2. i had to take my mom tho so she could kinda babysit when we went on rides! there r a lot of rides for a 2 yr. old, my son went on plenty and had so much fun.
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@zaynaaa (52)
• Canada
26 Feb 07
Any age is fine... Everyone loves Disney!!
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• United States
5 Mar 07
We went to California, last summer, to attend a wedding of my grandpa's niece. We visited Disneyland on the way. Our child was 2 years old at that time and there was a lot of fun rides that were appropriate for his age that the older children and adults enjoy too! Usually, they have information posted before entering the rides or you can check the lines and see if they have small children in it, if so, then the ride must be age appropriate. There are also shows you can see. You will not get bored! Have a great time and enjoy!