It will be super warm and humid when you are there, which may change the nap routine (i.e. your littles may sleep in the stroller when they wouldn’t otherwise just because the air is so close).
I had planned for afternoon break for our longer days but was surprised that my crew was ok with pushing through. They did tap out earlier than dinner, but honestly I don’t think I would have gotten them back into the parks with a break because they wanted to play with the toys we bought, swim, etc. when we got to the hotel.
For the next trip, I am structuring our day roughly as follows (kids will be 5.5 and 2.9 next trip):
- rope drop (our as close to it as we can get because #kids) some kid friendly things with hopefully more flexible wait time patterns first thing (Nemo, Jungle Cruise, safari)
- later TS breakfast in park
- fast pass attractions and must do shows (all kid things- we don’t care about coasters right now) plus less popular things (like Liberty Belle) or planned photo and shopping breaks to give us a buffer in case they see something I didn’t expect
- later lunch of snacks or share quick service
- then putting some other attractions in the plan that have easy same day passes (Dumbo), high capacity shows and/or things with less waits in general (or putting all country pavilions in Epcot to get an idea of walk times) with the thought that we are ok bailing at any point
- dinner plan is mainly quick service so we can be flexible about in park or hotel, with HDDR one night, and one TS at the hotel because we will be there anyway and can bump and cancel if we aren’t feeling it
We aren’t doing nighttime things either… getting kids bathed after the end of a long day just gets to be a lot. The perks of staying in a room where you can see fireworks from the window- kids can be tucked in and you get a show anyway!