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Visiting WDW in November 2008 with Georgia aged 8, and Louisa who will be nearly 3. Have so far ...
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'Ohana is great food and if you like Lilo and Stitch, that's the bonus. 1900 Park has Mary Poppins and I have to say, the Mad Hatter and Alice are great. Tigger and Eeyore will probably be there too, so you'll see them twice. The food is GREAT at this breakfast. I say you can never have too many character meals with little ones.
Oh dear - now I am confused! I think it maybe the characters that swing it for us. Georgia loves Mary Poppins and maybe Louisa will be a little small for Lilo's antics.
I am being a bit wary about character interaction on Louisa's first visit as I can remember when Georgia first met characters - it's not always a happy occasion the first time around.
My boys loved the 1900 Park Fare character breakfast. In addition to the Mary Poppins clan, we also saw Pinnochio, Gepetto and Chip & Dale while there. I must say it was the largest number of characters we have seen at any breakfast. And the food is well worth the price. Delicious!
If you're worried about the characters and your child's reactions for a first meeting, I'd recommend the 1900 Park Fare then. The breakfast characters are mostly face characters (usually Mary Poppins, Mad Hatter, Alice) and the "masked" characters are very little kid friendly (usually Pooh and Tigger.)
While all the characters are trained to handle little kids who get nervous around them, all the characters at the 'Ohana breakfast are "masked" and might be a little more fightening at first.
My youngest is DD 9 and my oldes is DS16(with 2 othersbetween) and they all loved our O'hana breakfast! We didn't do 1900 Park fare for breakfast, but dinner instead. If the food is any indication, you will really enjoy that too.
My 19 year old hero! Hurry home! (A.K.A. D_Stitch)