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Son's Birthday Trip

Discussion in 'WDW Trip Planning' started by Angie Waller, Dec 7, 2016.

  1. Angie Waller

    Angie Waller Member

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    We are going to surprise my youngest with a bday trip to DW in Sept. He won't know where we are going until we get to the airport. We've never kept it a surprise like this before. This will be the 1st time we've taken just him, he has 3 older siblings. I hope to explore Food and Wine while there also.
     
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    That's so fun! We surprised our kids on our last trip and it was really memorable.
     
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  3. Angie Waller

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    I can't wait to see his reaction. We like to book thier favorites when the trip is for them, like my 12 yo we took him for his 11th bday and let him pick where to eat and where to stay. We can't do that with him so I act like I'm picking dining for a client and ask him what he would want to. He enjoys helping me plan the vacations so it works out.
     
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    That's so cool! I never did surprise my kids & now they're too old (19 & 16) ;).
     
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    That's so awesome! I have always wanted to do that. We tried one year and my son's teacher told him :(

    Please let us know how he reacts!
     
  6. Angie Waller

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    Luckily I'm his teacher so no one can spoil it unless his siblings do.
     

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