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    My family and I are going to be at the resort Dec 2 - Dec 10th. I'm bringing my son who will be 16 months old for his first trip. I was wondering would it be worth trying to get tickets to see the Candlelight Processional? I would looooooooove to see it but not sure if a toddler could sit thru it or if it's even worth attempting!! Thoughts? Suggestions? Baby sitting offers?!! Thanks guys!
    Last edited by DisneylandorBust; 10-04-2006, 10:00 AM.



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    Re: Question about Candlelight Processional

    You don't need tickets. Just be on Main Street when it happens. I suggest getting there in the mid afternoon as all the good spots to see it get taken up really quick. I don't think a 16 month old will appreciate it, but if he likes lights and music, it may keep him enthralled.
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      Re: Question about Candlelight Processional

      Originally posted by DisneylandorBust View Post
      My family and I are going to be at the resort Dec 2 - Dec 10th. I'm bringing my son who will be 16 months old for his first trip. I was wondering would it be worth trying to get tickets to see the Candlelight Processional? I would looooooooove to see it but not sure if a toddler could sit thru it or if it's even worth attempting!! Thoughts? Suggestions? Baby sitting offers?!! Thanks guys!
      We'll be there with my son who is now 18 months old. The only thing that tickets get you is a reserved seat, but it's available for viewing for anyone on main street, as Oogie said. Have a great time!

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        Re: Question about Candlelight Processional

        As good as a seat sounds, I wouldn't recomment getting one if you have a 16 month old. The seats are right in the middle and if your little one starts to fidget or something, it will be very hard to get him out of there and to a quieter area or to a bathroom.
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        Growing up is however, optional

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          Re: Question about Candlelight Processional

          If, like Oogie said, you need to get a spot REAL early...I dont think your son is gonna sit still and quiet. I could be totally wrong, but I doubt my 2 daughters would and they are 6 and 4.
          "I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn't arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I'm going to be happy in it. "Groucho Marx

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            Re: Question about Candlelight Processional

            Last year when I was down there with my nephews and my neice (ages at the time were 7,3, and 2) We had someone camp out the spot while the others in the party took the kids on the rides. We spread out a blanket and parked the stroller to mark the spot.
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            Growing up is however, optional

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            • #7
              Re: Question about Candlelight Processional

              The Candlelight Processional is beautiful, however I don't think most toddlers would appreciate it. It's essentially a static choir/orchestra concert interspersed with vocal soloists and narration. Unlike the Park's other live entertainment, the Processional has no colorful floats, fireworks, or Disney characters. Which is exactly why it is so charming, but it could make it a tough sell for a toddler.

              --Tim
              "JESUS!!! That's Cold!" -- Walt Disney's final words.

              "You hear people talk about, 'I don't think Walt would like this,' or 'I don't think Walt would like that.' You have no idea what Walt would want! No clue whatsoever! Because the people that worked with him day in and day out didn't know what Walt wanted. Walt didn't know what he wanted 'til he wanted it."
              -- Randy Thornton, Walt Disney Records

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                Re: Question about Candlelight Processional

                What is the Candlelight Processional?
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                  Re: Question about Candlelight Processional

                  I totally offer to babysit!
                  Good morning, son
                  In twenty years from now
                  Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
                  And I can tell you 'bout today
                  And how I picked you up and everything changed
                  It was pain
                  Sunny days and rain
                  I knew you'd feel the same things...


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