Let's suppose you are a parent or grandparent that have brought your children to experience the magic of a Disney Cruise, there are oodles of programs and fun planned just for them. You can send your children and teens off to special programming in the coolest spaces, so there’s no need to feel guilty about dropping them off.
Let's start with what to do with those children you brought with you:
For the youngest children, It's a Small Work Nursery is dedicated to the youngest guests. Children from 6 months - 3 years old (or from 1 to 3 years old on Transatlantic and Panama Canal itineraries) can play games, make crafts, watch movies or even take a nap while you embark on adventures of your own. You can pre-book a select amount of nursery time, then book more upon availability once on board.
Now, because while we were on the ship, it was open house times, there were a lot of kids and parents in the clubs. I did not want to be accidentally getting photos of kids, so my picture taking was limited.
We did NOT get a chance to visit Edge (11 - 14 yr olds), which bummed me slightly as this year will be the first year my daughter can go there. I will get photos during open house on our June cruise and add them to a later blog.
And yes, before you ask, Disney is very strict in honoring their age policies. It never hurts t ask if an 'on the edge of the next club level' is allowed to move to a different club, but do NOT assume they will allow it. Even if your friend that knows everything about Disney Cruises tells you otherwise, NEVER assume Disney will bend a rule for you (even if they did so in the past).