We took my daughter when she was 21 months old. She had a blast. We went to Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom, and Epcot. It was really hot (July) so I don't recommend the middle of summer. Animal Kingdom was probably the best for that age, but we did not plan our time wisely. We are going back in September, and E will be just shy of 3. Rather than tell you what we did last time, I will run through our plan for this trip because I think we have a better grasp of what to do/not do. 1. Book fast passes early and only book the rides/shows with AC. Trust me on this. Sometimes the only AC we could find was in the baby care center and in the gift shop. 2. Stay at a Disney hotel and take the shuttle back for a nap. The kid will be super hot and cranky if you don't let them decompress and recharge. We will go at opening and leave at lunchtime, then return around 5 and stay until 8. 3. Water is free in the parks, so don't spend a lot of money on beverages. We just filled E's cup with Ice and let it melt into water. Toddlers can do almost everything except the big roller coasters. Some of the winners were Dumbo, Winnie the Pooh, the Carousel. Mickey's Philharmonic scared the crap out of her, and we will not do that again. I showed E some Youtube videos of rides for this trip and asked her if they were scary - Pirates of Caribbean she said was ok, but Dinosaurs scared her. We did not get to do the Frozen ride because the wait was 5 hours, but this time I booked the fast pass for it on the first day we could book - and there was only 1 time frame left! Book that one early.
TTC #1: BFP Cycle #11 IVF (2014)
TTC #2: IVF April 2017
BFP: FET Due February 2018