Dining with Baby! And HI!!

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Dining with Baby! And HI!!

Hi everyone!!! It's been so long since I've logged on and oh how I miss you all! So much has changed since my last post, the biggest being that my family grew by one princess last June! Her name is Edyn Rose and she is the love of my life. Of course.

We want to bring Edyn to Disney for her birthday in June, just for a few days and... I don't know where we should eat!? Can you offer some suggestions?

Where should we dine with a 1 year old. This is all very new to me lol. We are thinking 1 table service breakfast and one table service late lunch.

Any help is appreciated!!

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Well welcome back and congrats on the new addition to the family! I think you should go to Cinderellas Royal Table and show her of to all the Princesses so they can "Oooooh! & Aaaah!" your new princess!

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Thank you!! That is a great idea and probably better to go to a character meal with real people as opposed to giant heads.. with a 1 year old... Don't want to scare her lol.

I'll look into it! Thanks for the tip!

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I would suggest the Princess Breakfast at Akershus vs. Cinderella's Royal Table. To me 3-5 years old is better for the Royal Table experience, for my girls it was more appreciated at that point. I do agree though with the face character breakfast vs. the giant heads. Though - my son absolutely loved Crystal Palace at 18 months with the Winnie the Pooh characters.

As far as lunch goes, I think you'll be good pretty much anywhere that's not a 2 credit meal. Places that serve family style might be a benefit, such as Garden Grill in Epcot, Liberty Tree Tavern in Magic Kingdom. Tusker House has a nice Buffet in Animal Kingdom. Is there a specific Park you were looking for lunch at?

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I was going to suggest Crystal Palace breakfast and Tusker House lunch or dinner. We really enjoyed both of these meals last trip and, while my daughter is 3 and not 1, Penny is much more comfortable with the non-face characters. Don't get me wrong, she LOVES meeting the princesses, but she is much more shy around them.

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I'm following this thread, because I'm also taking my little girl who will be one at the time! Laughing out loud We're probably going to do Tusker House, and maybe Crystal Palace, I think.

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Welcome back Karli and congratulations on your princess.

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Allie wrote:
Penny is much more comfortable with the non-face characters. Don't get me wrong, she LOVES meeting the princesses, but she is much more shy around them.

That's how Kirk was. I guess it really just depends on the kiddo.