A Day in Magic Kingdom with Two Kids {4 and Under}

We’ve been home from Disney a whiiiiile now and I just realized that I never shared with you all the fun we had in Magic Kingdom! It’s been sitting in my draft folder but crazy #momlife got in the way of sharing this. But it’s DISNEY so it’s way too much fun not to share!

I’ve been seeing lots of friends + readers share they are going to Disney in upcoming trips, so hopefully our days in the parks give you an idea of things to do, especially if you’ve got kids 4 and under!

To get caught up with my previous posts from this trip:

 Traveling with Two Kids {as the Solo Parent!} to Walt Disney World / A Day at Walt Disney World’s Epcot with Two Kids  / A Day in Disney’s Animal Kingdom with Two Kids

// rose gold Minnie ears 

// Mickey Mouse Hoodies {for the boys}

We decided to do Magic Kingdom on our last day, sort of save the best for last if you will. Because we knew there would be SO MANY rides for the boys to enjoy. We got there first thing in the morning and were able to walk on three rides back to back, before using our first Fast Pass.

First up was Peter Pan’s Flight, which I had never been on before and it was super cool, followed by It’s a Small World {because #classic} and then we saw Mickey’s Philhar Magic, another show I’d never seen before.

Then we made our way over to Dumbo the Flying Elephant, which had no wait either. We did more the first hour in Magic Kingdom than we did most of the other days! We used our first Fast Pass to go on Under the Sea – the Journey of the Little Mermaid, followed by Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin {always a fan favorite}

By then, the littles were exhausted and Graham went down for a nap {back in the days when he napped – more on that later} So Brooks and I got to have a little mama + babe date. We didn’t have reservations anywhere but were seated quickly at Tony’s Town Square restaurant, which was right on Main Street.

Chocolate Milk for B + Prosecco for Mama – everyone wins!

Side Note: the food here was really good, and it was great to get out of the hustle bustle of the park and enjoy a meal with table service.

Also worth noting, the Mickey Sprinkles – how cute!

To continue our date, while Graham napped – Brooks and I used our FastPass to go on BarnStormer – another first for me! To watch the fun of this ride, you HAVE to check out this video – Brooks had a blast, super cute for littles who want to start out with roller coasters!

 Graham woke up in time to go on The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and then we made our way over to check out the Move It! Shake It! Dance It! Play It! Street Parade – which is a must see in Disney!

It gets super crowded, so get there early to get a good spot!

After the parade we got in to see Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor, which is always fun. Plus it was nice to sit down for a few minutes! We used our final Fast Pass to go on Pirates of the Caribbean – always one of my favorites in MK, and the boys LOVED IT.

Then we made our way back to Cinderella’s Castle to check out Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire.

The boys were totally into it, and it was great because it ended with fireworks!

Magic Kingdom is always so much fun, and even though it was pretty busy when we were there {Marathon Weekend in January} we were able to do SO MUCH – which was super important, especially traveling with three small kids!

I was there as the solo parent for my boys, which was tough, but so worth it. I wasn’t able to take as many photos as I would have liked, but everyone had an absolute blast plus we made some amazing memories. We travelled with my neighbor, Kelly and her son Noah – and we met her mom there too. It was so much fun to do Disney with a fellow mama – made everything so much more manageable too.

Let me know if you have any other questions for me about Disney with Kids. I am already dreaming about when we can go back – maybe this summer! Fingers Crossed!

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2 Comments

  • Reply Patty March 6, 2018 at 6:53 pm

    Great recap – looking forward to enjoying Disney with the boys someday!

  • Reply Comix March 16, 2018 at 3:45 pm

    Thank you for sharing, Kristi!

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