Our daughter will be 1 1/2 this summer and we love to travel but haven't so much since she's been born (we did do a cruise when she was 6mo with my parents though who helped us watch her). She's not a fan of riding in the car for more than 1-2 hours but we'd love to go to a Nat'l Park, possibly Yellowstone or Grand Tetons (fly up there then rent a car?) We've been to most in CA and want to stay out of the heat of the southern Nat'l Parks with a little one. Does anyone have any suggestions? We're used to hiking and being pretty active but we haven't really since our daughter was born.
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From Disney holiday events to Star Wars Weekends, these events make a visit to Disney World or Disneyland extra special for families.
Christmas Around Disney
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Every Disney park goes all out in the celebration and decoration of the Christmastime holidays. Epcot features ... read more