However, for our trip, I was left to do my own. (With some input from husband and child, mostly after I slaved and planned and rearranged, and planned some more)
Because I was on top of it and online right at midnight on our 60 day mark, I had NO problem booking all the Fastpasses I wanted, including Anna and Elsa meet and greet and Seven Dwarf Mine Train. Ended up cancelling Anna and Elsa, because daughter isn't really a fan and switched it to Splash Mountain. :)
We will arrive quite early our first day, so we got park tickets for that day, which we normally wouldn't do. Because we are staying so close to Epcot and Hollywood Studios(HS) this trip, we decided we would hit up HS arrival day, first thing, since daughter is finally tall enough to ride the Rockin' Rollercoaster. So I booked fast passes that day for early afternoon at HS. It will be all about the thrill rides. After that, I hope to visit the pool, then we have dinner at Ohaha. We plan to do nighttime at Epcot after dinner.
We always visit Magic Kingdom(MK) on our first full day. I know a few that do other parks first, but I just can't wait to get into the Kingdom!! Here is our plan for full Day 1 at MK.
As for the rest of our selections, I followed the same plan. I booked the must do attractions for each park. My plan is to TRY not to micromanage the crap out of this trip like I have our others. I want this to be (I can barely say this with a straight face) a more relaxed trip. HA!! We have a LOT going on, but as long as we make it to our Fastpasses and dining reservations, we can wing the rest. I fully intend to spend some time at our resort pool floating in that lazy river. And because I've made sure we have passes for the rides we want to ride, I feel like I can relax a bit and not try to beat all the other guests to the park every single day. Now if only my heart would listen to my head...