A Disney cruise can only be relaxing for parents of young kids if they book a short cruise. Particularly with children from toddler to elementary-school age, it is important to keep the first-time experience on a Disney cruise short and sweet. It is a good idea for parents of young kids to stay away from long cruises, such as the ones to Europe, when choosing your first cruise. Another good tip is not to overwork your kids with a hectic schedule of activities. Give them and yourself time to relax. Although you may want to try to get the most bang for your buck, keep a close eye on your children's reactions and be open to improvising. A happy kid means a relaxed parent.
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