Touring plan creation is fun and all, but I have a feeling my daughter is likely to go off the beaten path and spend 20 minutes staring at a fountain or in store windows at some point in time, or take 45 minutes to eat some chicken nuggets, thus throwing the TP to the wind.
While the crowd levels appear average right now for 11/5 - 11/11, from anecdotal evidence (several people I know who visited during Jersey Week last year and the year before) and also looking at the available ADRs and historical crowds from last year (7-9 at several parks), I am terrified to not have a plan, and terrified that we will end up in a sea of people not knowing where to go next. I do NOT have Park Hoppers and so cannot just skip over to another park if the crowds are unmanageable.
Keeping all of that in mind, is it even worth it to have TPs if I am fairly sure that at least some of the day we'll be flying by the seat of our (or my DD's) pants? Are FPPs and ADRs enough to keep the day organized? Can someone talk me off the ledge for my fear that the crowds will be completely unbearable? Help me!