After a couple trips to the world with my kiddos, I’ve learned they are not the best at napping in hotels. Or strollers. Or at the same time so as to not wake each other up. They are really good at getting super cranky if they don’t nap, though. Any tips you’ve gleaned from past experiences? I know there must be something I haven’t thought of in my “we-all-need-a-break-and-mom-needs-a-margarita” desperation! We will have DD3 and DS1.5. DD doesn’t really nap much in our regular routine, but she does have rest time. And I’m assuming she will need naptime in Disney.
I plan to allocate more time for a break on our next trip (4 hours instead of my previous 3), so hopefully this helps. I’ve also thought about just touring until they pass out and staying in the parks. This is an option, although we are going in Aug or Sept, which means it will be rainy and hot so an afternoon break would be nice for DH and I as well! Also, we tried this last time and DD did NOT want to fall asleep, even though we walked to the Contemporary. She decided she was finally tired after waking up DS about three times, right before FoF was about to start. Haha.
I know there isn’t some magic solution, and every kid is different, but I am thinking some of you amazing Disney parents out there may have some ideas! Thanks!