If you're prepping for a trip to Walt Disney World, there's some extra things to pack that you might not consider for a normal vacation. Before you head off, hit up Amazon for these essentials!
If you plan on meeting any characters on your trip, you'll need something for them to sign. If you want to go the classic route, check out this Disney autograph book. It's similar to a photo album, just with paper pages instead of picture slots. If you're looking for something a little more "usable" in the future, we recommend this encyclopedia of Disney characters. Each character has his or her own detailed page, which you can have the character sign. We think this is a much more practical use for character signatures, as an autograph book may not be looked at much later on, but the encyclopedia could facilitate a trip down memory lane each bedtime!
Fumbling with lids to dangerous permanent markers is not a think you want to do. Winnie the Pooh will thank you.
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There are packing tips for Walt Disney World all over the internet. I've looked at many, used some, and now rely on my own packing list for each trip. Many lists include great suggestions but tend to be almost too inclusive. After following one in-park packing list, I found myself bogged down with way too many items we never touched on our trip. Since then, I have pared down my list to include just these essentials:
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