Okay I promised you the Jamestowne Settlement, Williamsburg, and more about Washington DC, but as you can see again my efforts have been thwarted by my blog writing time deficient life. So on I go, onto the next attempt at planning a family trip.
The kids had been bugging us for a while now to go back to Disney World. The last time we went , we took my oldest daughter, now in tenth grade, out of third grade for a week to enjoy a less crowded time in the park. My 11 year old son was five the last time we went, which actually was his third
time, but evenso, he barely remembers anything about our vacations there.
The problem lies in when to go. There is no way I am going to go across the country in the middle of the summer and fight crowds and heat and there is also no way that we can take the kids out of school for a week anymore. So February break was the option. I told the kids that this was an expensive trip and that there would be no skiing this year. They said 'fine.' That was the end of the discussion.
A trip to Disney World requires a lot of planning and a lot of advanced reservation. The hottest tickets in town fill up 180 days in advance. We are today about four months from the start date of our week long vacation and so far I have already experienced some shut down. So let's get to planning!!