I grew up in SoFla so I've done the Disney thing quite a bit in my lifetime. I am ready to take that jump into a trip with the entire fam (hubs and 3 daughters - 5yo, 3yo, and 1yo). I'm about to hit the infamous (apparently?) 180 day window from when we know we want to go, and I'm confused about all this talk about getting Advanced Dining Reservations. My girls are all into Disney and princesses and such, but restaurants are not what I consider relaxing for any of us in this phase of our family's ages. So I need someone to tell me what the big deal is to dragging everyone to a restaurant instead of riding a fun ride, instead of nap time, instead of a normal bed time...What are parents of young children doing for booking these reservations? Is that actually happening, or am I misinterpreting all these recommendations for where to eat and my blog sources are instead actually adult couples with (understandable) Disney Fever? Can my 1yo nap in a stroller next to my lunch table or is that frowned upon? My kids are generally well-mannered in public, but with the sensory overload of all things Disney I am going to set the bar low and work from there. Any insight is appreciated!