10 Things You May Want To Have For Your Disney Character Experience

Mickey Mouse And Toddler

7. A Good Attitude

Get excited! Some people prefer the attractions over character interactions, and that it perfectly fine, but it's important to at least try to be enthusiastic when you're doing meet and greets. Whether you're trying to make your child happy, or your friends are dragging you, or whatever the reason may be, it will be more fun for you and for the characters if you have a good attitude! Who knows; perhaps you'll make a new best friend!


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