Welcome to ‘Moms Make it Magical’ Disney Trip Reports and Tips!

As much as I love to blab about all our experiences at Disney World with highly sensitive kids, I figured it would be even more beneficial to our readers to have a well-rounded perspective, rather than just my own.

This page features trip reports from other moms and caregivers who have gone to Disney World with their own children and families. They will be sharing their experiences about going to Disney World with family members who are highly sensitive, have sensory issues, or are prone to feeling anxious. There is SO much we can learn from each other.

Disney World's Magic Kingdom, with hub grass.

Disney World Trip Report – January 2019

Our first trip report is from Stacie Yocum, from Exploration Motherhood.

Here’s a little bit about Stacie in her own words:
I’m Stacie, a book lover, Disney addict, and a fan of takeout food.  I love trying new things, experiencing nature and the world around me, and going on adventures! I’m a work from home mom with a wanderer’s soul and a bit of a sassy side.

Click here to read the full report!

Disney World Tips from Travel Agents, Part 1

This roundup of Disney World tips comes from Kim Kolean, a Disney travel agent. If you’d like to reach out to her, you can find her on her Facebook page.

Here’s a little bit about Kim in her own words:
I am a mom of 3 kids ages 24, 15 and 7 and a Disney Destination Specialist. I have been visiting Walt Disney World since a child and have used this experience and love for Disney to fulfill my dream of creating magical vacations for other families.

Click here to read all her tips!

If you’d like to be featured on this page, e-mail me at susan@momsmakeitmagical.com.