Welcome to those of you joining me from Disney with Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 2nd stop on our Magical Blogorail.

Disney is a great place to celebrate.  You can celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, reunions, etc.  But sometimes it’s those little things that are the things worth celebrating.

First Visits

Everyone should celebrate their first visit to the most magical place on Earth.  Disney has a great way to make someone on their first trip feel special.  It is with a First Visit pin.  Wear this pin and cast members and guests will be sure to notice and welcome you.  If you are lucky there may even be a bit of pixie dust spread in your direction.  No matter what it will make your first trip enjoyable and is a souvenir you can take home to remember your trip by.

If you or someone in your party are visiting Disney for the first time mention it when you book your reservation.  When you check into they will have your First Visit button waiting for you.  You can also get the pin at any of the parks at Guest Services.

Walt Disney World First Visit Button      Stars Wars Dinner at Hollywood and Vine - Stormtrooper Donald

First Haircuts

If you should find yourself at Walt Disney World right around the time that your little one needs their first hair cut than the Harmony Barber Shop on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom is the place to do it.

They will make a fuss out of it.  The barber will cover them in stickers and give them Disney toys to play with.  All of this makes it fun for the kid and you can take as many photos as you want.

After the haircut your child will be given a set of Mickey Ears and a certificate to commemorate the occasion.

First Rides

This could be a child’s first ride or finally reaching the height requirement to go on a ride for the older kids.  One way to commemorate the achievement is with a family photo in front of the ride.

Another way is to buy a Disney Trading Pin for that attraction.  This way they could add it to their collection is they trade pins or it could be added to their memory box upon returning home.

Either way it makes the moment of finally getting on that ride just a bit more momentous.

Disney's Tower of Terror at Hollywood Studios     Disney Pin Trading - Mickey Tower of Terror Pin 

These are just a few of the firsts your children can celebrate.  What do you and your family celebrate?

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