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WDW Trip (5/2007)-Little preperation gift ideas

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  • WDW Trip (5/2007)-Little preperation gift ideas

    Hello,
    I know the title sounds a little confusing but what I am looking for is some little gift idea's for Xmas. My mother is taking my family to WDW in 5/2007 for our first trip. We wanted to get her some little stocking stuffer type gift for packing or the upcoming "big trip" as my kids like to say. I figured I'd come straight to the experts for some ideas. I think we have every guidebook/planning book printed so was looking for other small little unique things that you would pack on a WDW trip. Plus it would add even more to the excitement level. For example a small rain poncho or something along those lines. I know it sounds goofy but it's kinda fun to open a big box full of small little presents or stocking stuffers. Thanks for the suggestions.

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    Re: WDW Trip (5/2007)-Little preperation gift ideas

    I've never used it personally, but some people swear by duct tape. Yeah ... duct tape. They have hundreds of uses for it, like closing the drapes in a hotel room, closing over stuffed or torn luggage, etc.

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      Re: WDW Trip (5/2007)-Little preperation gift ideas

      small things are tough. i was thinking mickey ears or a disney hat of some sort. we have lots of those at home and they pack easily. how about a light necklace or flowers that light up for the night parades those are popular.

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      • #4
        Re: WDW Trip (5/2007)-Little preperation gift ideas

        Nemo Water Bottles. They are little water bottles with nemo on the side. Can be found at wal-mart.

        Disney Pajamas.

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          Re: WDW Trip (5/2007)-Little preperation gift ideas

          An antenna topper. There are several kinds to choose from. Every time they get in the car it's a little reminder. Maybe buy two or three and you can make a big deal out changing them.

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            Re: WDW Trip (5/2007)-Little preperation gift ideas

            I love this idea....

            How about a nice travel kit with little shampoo bottles and such. Also, many of the travel guides print a list of things that you should not be with out (sunscreen, asprin, camera supplies etc..) You could include these in little travel sizes.

            If a long trip is involved, think of including a few items that would keep her entertained, book on tape, book light, sudoku pad.

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