Jackie P (15 Posts)

I have visited the Disney Parks, (Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts) over twenty-five times, visited Aulani, and sailed nine times with Disney Cruise Line on all four ships in the fleet. Having a special needs family member places another dimension of planning for and visiting the Disney Parks and sailing with Disney, and I have to say that it is these vacations that have allowed us to see the greatest developmental improvements in our now teen aged son.


Traditions – they are what make your holidays and events special. Adding Disney to those traditions can make your holidays even more magical. Even if you have a tradition that has been passed down for generations, it’s never too late to add a few new fun ones! This month, we will highlight some of our personal family traditions that show off our Disney side. Want to share yours as well? Read December – Holiday Traditions or email NDM130 for more information today!

Psarianos Christmas Tree

Holiday Traditions in our house begin early November right after our Canadian Thanksgiving, with our DisneySide Christmas tree. It’s filled with our woodsy, Disney ornaments and souvenirs from our many Disney cruises and experiences at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom Theme Park.

We’ve been fortunate to be able to visit the Disney Parks twice a year, or more, in some cases and one visit always includes a vacation during Christmas break. In fact, it’s a tradition for us to either sail with Disney or be at Walt Disney World Resort during Christmas break. We are so grateful for all of these opportunities.

Psarianos Christmas Tree 2


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