Don’t let having an infant or toddler hold you back from visiting one of the happiest on Earth! Surviving a day at Disney Parks with infants and toddlers is not an easy task but it can be done. During our first visit to Disney World in Florida, we had no idea what to expect. Also, we didn’t know what to take for the kiddos! Along with Mom and Dad we had a 5-year-old, a 2-year-old ,and a 10-month-old in tow. Surviving a Day at Disney Parks with Infants and Toddlers Aside from the essentials already packed (diapers, wipes, bottles,...Read More
Josh Rodriguez is a father of three, husband, and founder of TexasDadBlog.com. He writes about parenting adventures in Austin, Texas, travel tips, and parenting from a fathers perspective. He enjoys taking trips with his family and road tripping across Texas. He is also a travel writer for Travelingdad.com. Josh recently co-founded TXBrewsandTunes.com where he writes about the craft brewery and music scene in Austin, TX.
During the inaugural Traveling Dad conference that was held at Disney World in February, I met Raphael Ocampo a fellow Traveling Dad writer and fellow Texan. I learned Raphael has traveled literally all over the world and was originally from Texas. Being from Texas when you seen another Texan there’s an instant connection! On our final day at the Traveling Dad Conference we were able to field test a few brand new Chevys. Raphael and I partnered up and hit the streets of Florida. As all the Dads were trying to decide which vehicle they were going to drive,...Read More
When preparing for our first trip to Disney World, my wife had been researching Disney character meet and greet opportunities. Since it was our first time I had not clue what to expect or what to expect. So here is what you NEED to know about character meet and greets. First and foremost, there will be a wait to meet any character. The more popular characters can have an extremely long wait. We waited about 20 minutes to meet Cinderella and that was with the FastPass+. If you have the opportunity to add in the FastPass+ to your Disney...Read More
Being from Texas, there are a ton of places to visit that are within driving distance from Austin. As a kid I loved taking road trips and getting out of my hometown and experiencing the feel and atmosphere of other cities. Recently after visiting Dallas for a Lego convention, I asked my wife, “Where would you like to go, next?” Her reply was, “Houston maybe? Have you ever been to Moody Gardens or The Kemah Boardwalk?” I hadn’t been to either but I had been to the Houston area so I was sort of familiar with the general are...Read More
Has anyone tried to attend Austin City Limits Music Festival in Austin, Texas with their children? Located in the Live Music Capital of The World (fun fact: Austin, Texas has more live music venues per capita than anywhere else in the nation) Austin City Limits Music Festival is a 2 weekend, 8 stage, 130 band music festival. This past weekend I was able to attend my very first ACL Fest and I brought along my five year old. It was an interesting experience, one I won’t forget and one I know he won’t forget because he has been talking...Read More