Show up to the park, cool as a cucumber.




You should do your "homework" but come on...you have more important things to do.

When I planned our first Magic Kingdom day as parents, I was already in a family full of “pros."

But as a new mom to a 6-month old, I knew that going to Walt Disney World had completely changed for us. I spent every nap-time on my laptop asking: Where do I change a diaper? What can she get on? Where's the good food?

Everyone told me that her first trip would be "magical" (and it was) but I felt a lot on my shoulders for things to run smoothly.

Because Magic Kingdom is unique. It's...
  • the most visited park (21.1 million people a year)
  • home to the most rides for toddlers
  • opening protocols are different than the other 3 parks in Disney World

I know what you neeD.

You need everything in one place, with steps of exactly what to do when you get thru the gate.


“I love this guide so much, I haven’t come across anything like it. It’s really easy to follow, beautifully designed, and has just the right amount of detail, so you feel prepared and not overwhelmed.” 

“Last time we went was 3 years ago and while it was fun, I didn't feel prepared. But now thanks to you I have items packed I wouldn't have thought to bring and dining reservations and plans to make it really special.” 

“This is so helpful and I wish I had it when we went last spring because I had a million tabs open doing research and I just wanted it all in one place to plan the day. I can't wait to use this!”

“Oh my gosh I AM OBSESSED!!!! Thissss is exactly what I've been trying to find! I love how it has all the lists perfectly laid out, has insider tips and recs, and the flow is so fun to click and scroll through. I don't think I've ever been so impressed with a website.”

The Guide to Magic Kingdom


how it works...

1. BUY

As things change, the guide will be updated automatically so you're up-to-date for any future trips. I'm talking lifetime updates, baby!


Cruise through the digital guide (no PDFs here -- ew, David) in about 20 minutes. Bonus points for Oreos and a glass of Cab by your side.


Show up at the gate with confidence, knowing where you're heading first and feeling prepared. Woot!

The reason you're feeling overwhelmed is the same reason I did when I first started planning our family trips: because the advice feels endless.

But like all your other jobs - mother, personal chef, playdate coordinator - you are the best person to plan your vacation. Not me, not a travel agent, not your Disney-loving friend (bless her), just you. 

Here's my big secret: your vacation isn't going to be *magical* because of where you're going, it's because your family is going to make it that way. 

And when you DO get overwhelmed, I'll be here to help. If you have a question, just ask. Because my superpower is knowing not only my family - but the most magical place on Earth, too. 

I believe planning for Walt Disney World can be thoughtful,                  ...even inspiring.


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These aren’t just memories for your kids, they’re YOUR memories, too.

You’re going to look at that picture of them covered in chocolate (did you even give them chocolate?) and I'll bet big money you’re NOT going to say “man, I regret that trip.”

That Disney World can be enjoyable for everyone in the family.

I believe you're the best person to plan your vacation because you know your family. Not the internet, not me.

Setting an intention and asking yourself "would this make my trip worthwhile?" can take you from overwhelm to crystal clear planning.

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The key to a "perfect" vacation is different for every family.