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Cruising Alone with a Three Year Old

January 31, 2016

Yes, you read that title right. I seriously hopped on board a cruise ship with just the little and me. Now, as many of you know, Charlotte and I travel together frequently. Mommy owning a travel business, (, means Charlotte has seen much more of the country than your average three year old.

But, this was different and for the first time in a very long time, I had travel anxiety. As the cruise loomed ahead, I found myself worrying more than I was excited. I worried so much, that at the last minute, I tried to bring a friend. When I called Carnival to add someone, the whole ship was sold out, so that back up plan was out the window.

I’m so glad. It forced me out of my comfort zone and we ended up having a lovely time.

We departed from Baltimore on the stunning Carnival Pride and headed to the Bahamas for seven days of fun and adventure. Charlotte couldn’t have been more thrilled to have Mommy to herself for a week and for me, it was such an incredible bonding experience with her.

Our chariot for the week, the Carnival Pride.

Our chariot for the week, the Carnival Pride.

Some tips and tricks! (I’ll probably blog more in depth about particular parts of cruising as time goes on. I could write a book on this!)

  • Not necessary or always practical, but for us, we chose a port close to home so there wasn’t much travel time to and from the boat. Since I was alone, this was important to me.
  • Bring things for your child to do, but don’t go overboard, (see what I did there?) I always bring Charlotte a few small toys, three or four books, some coloring books and a puzzle, her ipad and a couple stuffed animals. If your kiddo isn’t potty trained and they want to swim, grab a little inflatable swimming pool like this: Intex Sunset Glow Baby Pool (34 in x 10 in) It’s perfect for them to splash around in, either on your balcony if you have one, or even by the pool. Fill it with an inch or two of water by using your ice bucket in your room or pool water by the pool. *Note: Someone pointed out that Carnival does not allow these any longer. We didn’t use one on this cruise, as Charlotte is potty trained. But every cruise line is different, and some allow them, just check their web site beforehand. For example, Carnival allows a bottle of wine in your carry on for each adult passenger in the room, other cruise lines do not. 😉.
  • Check to see if your ship has a laundry room, then pack accordingly. I usually at least do a load before we leave so I don’t have to do it at home.
  • Bring diapers/pull ups and medications you might need. The ship store is pretty well stocked, but can run out.

On Board Activities

There’s lots of family friendly entertainment on cruise ships and your kids might surprise you at what becomes their favorite. Carnival has a great “Seuss at Sea” program, where kids can go to Dr. Seuss story time, meet their favorite characters from Cat in the Hat and even have a Green Eggs and Ham breakfast. Charlotte definitely enjoyed those things, but her favorite entertainment was the guitar players in the atrium. Every single day, she wanted to spend the afternoon listening to the guitar players and watching the glass elevators go up and down. It seems so small, but those afternoons of us sitting in the center of the ship, putting together puzzles or reading stories is my favorite memory from the trip.

We went to a couple of the broadway style shows at night, which Charlotte enjoyed very much. She also helped me play bingo one day…though they tell you to yell “Oh Ship!” if your number isn’t called….and Charlotte is still yelling it….two weeks later… 😉

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Headed to one of our formal nights. Charlotte had just woken from a nap, but 15 minutes after this photo, she was ready to party. 😉

There is a library on board, a game room, mini golf, a water park, movies by the pool at night, you name it…it’s hard to be bored.

Cruise ships always have some sort of kids club as well. For the Pride it was Camp Carnival. This was the first time I’d ever utilized it. I have to say, I was completely paranoid at the prospect of leaving my child in there. But on night 1, they leave it open so you can come in and meet the staff, tell them about your child and everyone gets acquainted. I was instantly at ease and Charlotte didn’t want to leave. The second day on board, I dropped her off to test the waters and when she was sad and missed Mommy, they called me on a satellite phone they give the parents and I went and picked her up.

The next day, we ran into the head of Camp Carnival, and I mentioned Charlotte got a little sad and I probably would just keep her with me the rest of the trip. The woman, (who goes by the name Mermaid), was so sweet and encouraged me to bring Charlotte back. She said sometimes, the first day is a little hectic and to not give up.

So, the next day, I brought Charlotte back. She was a little hesitant, but ultimately went and played. I took the time to go play the penny slots, but I was still so nervous she wasn’t having a good time. After half an hour, I rushed back to Camp Carnival to pick her up, (total guilty Mommy complex.). They have a video monitor outside the Camp, so you can look inside at any time. I looked in, and there was Charlotte, laughing and dancing with the other kids. I can’t explain the sigh of relief that came out of me at that moment. I went back to the penny slots, ordered a glass of wine and enjoyed some time to myself. Each night after dinner, Charlotte would go play in Camp Carnival for an hour or two, and I would have Mommy time. It was really wonderful. For both of us. (Thank you, Mermaid, for convincing me!)

Carnival has a 'Beary Cuddly Workshop. Charlotte named her bear John the Pirate and all proceeds from the bear she chose went to St Jude's for Kids!

Carnival has a ‘Beary Cuddly Workshop. Charlotte named her bear John the Pirate and all proceeds from the bear she chose went to St Jude’s for Kids!

Our Port Stops

Our first stop was Port Canaveral. This is close enough to all of the Orlando parks Florida is famous for that the cruise line has a number of excursions that will take you to the parks for the day. We are going to Disney World next month, so rather than take a trip to the park, we opted to explore nearby Cocoa Beach Village. The ship also had excursions to the Kennedy Space Center, but I wasn’t sure Charlotte was quite ready for that one.

My in-laws are snowbirds and just bought a condo about 90 minutes away from Cape Canaveral, so they picked us up and spent the day with us. This is where our weather started to turn unfortunate. It was raining a bit, and very cold and windy. It was still much warmer than New England though, so I was fine with it. Just keep the weather in mind when you’re cruising in January, it’s a risk you take. It also effects the motion of the ocean and this was the first cruise I ever got a little nauseous on. (Easily remedied for me with a product I discovered called Nauzene.)

Fun at the park in Cocoa Beach.

Fun at the park in Cocoa Beach.

Cocoa Beach Village is a little historic shopping area about 10 minutes from the port. Super cute, lots of little artsy shops and boutiques. There’s also a lovely park right on the water. We arrived and some of Charlotte’s friends from the ship happened to be there too, so she had a blast playing the afternoon away.

Our second stop was Nassau. I have been to Nassau half a dozen times at this point, and to be honest, Nassau can be a little sketchy crime wise if you don’t know where you’re going. Even in the touristy areas near the boat, I’ve heard stories of unsuspecting tourists being pick pocketed. Charlotte and I got off the boat for a few minutes to visit the vendors just off the ship and grab a couple souvenirs, but then headed right back on board.

Port days can be a nice day to visit the pool - it's empty!

Port days can be a nice day to visit the pool – it’s empty!

This is one area, where if we had traveled with a group, I might have booked an excursion or explored one of the nearby resorts, (which I hear are lovely.) But I was nervous to walk around Nassau with just the two of us, and Atlantis isn’t our bag, (which is where most people with families head.) So, we used this day to take advantage of an empty ship. We had the pool to ourselves, which was brilliant! Port days are also a nice time to take advantage of spa deals on the ship, so Charlotte and I had pedicures. It was her first one ever. She didn’t hate it per say, but she was an interesting customer!

Charlotte's first attempt at a pedicure. As you can see, it went well. ha!

Charlotte’s first attempt at a pedicure. As you can see, it went well. ha!

Our final stop was Freeport. I have never been to Freeport, but Carnival had a great family beach day excursion there, so I booked that ahead of time. But as I looked at the ominous, cloudy sky when we left Nassau, I began to wonder if our beach day was going to happen.

The following morning, the rocking of the boat woke me up. The wind was howling and rain was pelting our balcony. It was 5:30 am and I could see our ship was outside Freeport. All of the sudden, the engines kicked back up and we began to cruise past Freeport. That’s when I knew we were missing the port due to weather. This has happened to me before on cruises, and again, is always a possibility when you travel in the winter. The Captain makes this call because of safety, and honestly, our beach day would not have been much of one with the weather we were having.

I was definitely disappointed. Charlotte was too. She had been saving her little bucket of beach toys in the room all week and when I told her we were going to have to save them for next time, she took it like a champ, but I could see the disappointment in her eyes. Of course, she instantly forgot that when I suggested we head up to the lido deck after breakfast and have an ice cream cone. (Any time of day, you can just help yourself to soft serve ice cream. Yes, it’s true.) Carnival handled it SO well too. The cruise staff kicked it into high gear and started announcing extra activities for the day.

By the early afternoon, we had cruised into sun – glorious sun! And for the first time, I was able to lay out on my balcony. The next day was a beautiful sunny one as well. So for almost two full days, I soaked up the sun like a lizard on our extended aft balcony , (wearing sunscreen of course – have you seen me? I’m practically translucent.) We even saw dolphins jumping in the wake a couple of times.

Roughing it on our balcony one night after dinner. ;)

Roughing it on our balcony one night after dinner. 😉

The Staff

We didn’t meet one staff member who didn’t have a smile on their face. I can’t say enough about the people who made our visit on the Pride so special. Ken, the ships famous singing maître d’, helped me before I even boarded. I emailed him because we had been assigned to late seating, which wouldn’t work for Charlotte’s bed time and he got it taken care of and even sat us with kids near Charlotte’s age. I’m one of those people who love the formal dinners at night on cruises. I’ve always made friends on board that way. You don’t have to though, most cruises, Carnival for example, have anytime dining options. Our head waiter, Roy, always greeted Charlotte with a big hug and had her apple juice waiting for her at the table when we arrived every night.

Ken, our awesome Maitre D!

Ken, our awesome Maitre D!

Our room steward Arnold definitely outdid himself on the towel animals! One night, we came back to our room and Arnold and another room steward were giggling in the hallway and were clearly waiting to see our reaction when we opened our stateroom door. I don’t know how long this must have taken, but Charlotte wanted to sleep on the bed with all the animals.

Look at all these towel animals! What a treat!

Look at all these towel animals! What a treat!

Why Carnival?

There are so many cruise lines out there and I’m not married to any one of them. But, I do seem to come back to Carnival more and more now that I have a child. First of all, the value of a Carnival cruise is tough to beat. They’re also very family oriented, which I love. This cruise in particular, I was also super impressed with the food options. Every night the main dining room food was a home run, we also tried David’s Steakhouse and Bonsai sushi restaurant.

The view above David's Steakhouse. We're actually pescatarian, (no meat except seafood occasionally), but they made it work!

The view above David’s Steakhouse. We’re actually pescatarian, (no meat except seafood occasionally), but they made it work!

Cruising in general is one of my favorite ways to travel. Cruise ships offer you a chance to escape as little or as much as you’d like. They’re not just a floating hotel on water. They’re resorts with constant activities and things to do for people of all ages and personality types. Our boat had daily trivia in the pub, bingo, tons of meet ups, a casino, countless bars, food 24/7, an art gallery, shops, the pools, a water park, mini golf, shuffleboard, an arcade and I’m sure many other things I’m missing. There were also many places to just sit, relax and quietly take in the ocean.

Sunset from our aft balcony. I love an aft balcony, they're bigger and the view can be amazing.

Sunset from our aft balcony. I love an aft balcony, they’re bigger and the view can be amazing.

This is all in addition to seeing many parts of the world that would be tough to pack into one trip otherwise. Your resort comes with you, and that’s tough to beat.

When Charlotte and I left the boat, there’s always that little touch of sadness as you leave behind what suddenly feels like your home on water. But this trip was so easy, even with the weather issues, that I knew it wouldn’t belong before we were on a ship again. In fact, I’ve already started shopping future itineraries.

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Until next time, Carnival…

How have your cruise experiences been? Any great tips for people cruising with kids?

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  • Reply Amanda January 31, 2016 at 1:55 pm

    Love this! The pointers when travelling with kids are, well, en-pointe! My husband and I just came back from our cruise last week and we traveled with our 4-year-old daughter. We love cruising as well. We go every year (sometimes twice!)
    I don’t think when my husband and I started cruising 6 years ago that we would find it 1. addictive, and 2. we are brand snobs! Isn’t that terrible? LOL We cruised Carnival (Conquest) once 2 years ago, but otherwise we are Royal Caribbean all the way.
    We live in Central Florida so we have 5 ports at our finger tips. We are very lucky that we can just hop in the car and drive to the port. Out of curiosity: Have you ever had any experience where a plane, train, or automobile was so delayed that it almost made you miss your cruise?
    Thanks for the blog, I enjoyed reading it!

    • Reply amybruni January 31, 2016 at 2:01 pm

      I love RC too. I’ve been so pleasantly surprised by Carnival the last few times I’ve sailed them though. That and the cost difference is tough to beat! 🙂 As for being delayed, that’s never happened to me. But I always get to port the day before to avoid it.

    • Reply Helen January 31, 2016 at 2:41 pm

      I am going to the Conquest in two weeks! 🙂 Previously, we have sailed on RC and Princess, as the demographic is more to our taste, since we have no children with us. We always fly in the day before a cruise when traveling to Florida to avoid possible travel delays. You are so lucky to live so close to so many cruising option.

      • Reply Amanda January 31, 2016 at 5:13 pm

        The Conquest was fun! I hope you’re going to CocoKey. I think its my favorite port after Grand Caymen. I don’t know what your diet preferences are, but hubs and I loved Guy’s Burger Joint. The room attendant was INCREDIBLE, and I loved the Cruise Director (Noonan, I hope he’s still there!)
        Have fun and stay safe!

        • Reply Amanda January 31, 2016 at 5:14 pm

          I need to correct, Half Moon Cay, not CoCo Key, is what I meant 🙂 Sorry!

  • Reply ReBeccah January 31, 2016 at 2:22 pm

    We just booked our first cruise on Carnivals newest ship the Vista…..although we have 418 days until we set sail my husband and our two kids are SUPER excited! Thank you for allowing us to see into what most of us mom’s know as “mom guilt”. Our kids are a bit older, but I still felt a bit guilty even looking into kids camp. I do realize we need a vacation just as much as they do, but I have felt guilty knowing that we would be sending them off to play while we relaxed! It’s nice to see that we aren’t the only ones who feel this way! I’m so glad you shared your experience and we are very much looking forward to going on our cruise! I never want to have time go by as I love seeing our kids grow up….but I am definitely looking forward to March 2017!

    • Reply amybruni January 31, 2016 at 2:24 pm

      I’m really hoping to get on the Vista next year! Ken, the awesome Maitre D who was on the Pride with us, is headed to the Vista. You will love him!

      • Reply Joan MacRae January 31, 2016 at 7:05 pm

        Just spoke to a travel agent that booked a trip, on Vista, for her own family in October. It’s 10 days and 10 ports from Barcelona to Athens. She said it worked out to only approximately $60.00 per day. A great deal!

        • Reply amybruni January 31, 2016 at 8:50 pm

          I’ve heard that too! It’s just the flights back and forth that add up, haha 🙂 Hopefully in 2017!

  • Reply Janice Webre January 31, 2016 at 2:27 pm

    Thanks Amy! I loved your blow-by-blow of the trip. By the time I reached the end, I was actually considering a cruise! In recent years I have read so many horror stories about cruises and cruise ships, that I had been avoiding them. I have a five year old daughter who would be totally taken by the entire event, I know hubs would get into it, and maybe I could figure out how to relax! I never realized the cruises were so family oriented, with so many events for the kids. I always pictured them as “hook-up” events for adults. I think a Carnival Cruise might just be in our future now!

    • Reply amybruni January 31, 2016 at 2:29 pm

      They’re SO family oriented! My hubby would never cruise, it’s just not something he has any desire to do, which is why we opted to go alone. (Though I know if I could drag him, he would enjoy it.) 😉 Anyway, that aside – YES, they really cater to families, it’s awesome.

      • Reply Marguritia February 1, 2016 at 3:51 am

        Hi Amy! I’ve been a big fan for sometime now. I hope you can talk your hubby into going. Mine has gone on 2 with me. He doesn’t like them as much as I do. I think I could go on one every few months. Sadly I live to far from a port to go often. My hubby did have a good time though. Like you I love Carnival Cruise line. I’ve also done RC once and really enjoyed it but the price of CC can’t be beat. Thank you for your blog. I felt like I was there. 🙂

        • Reply amybruni February 1, 2016 at 12:05 pm

          Thanks! I honestly don’t mind that he doesn’t come with. He travels with us once or twice a year, like a normal person. ha! Not many can keep up with my travel life. 🙂

  • Reply Karen L Crayk January 31, 2016 at 2:29 pm

    My husband and I went on a cruise to Alaska as a wellness celebration following many surgeries and treatments for breast cancer, it was a celebration for being cancer free… We both loved the adventure! I am not sure if we will ever cruise again as it took so long to save for this trip, but for me it is a once in a life time vacation that we will never forget!

  • Reply Helen January 31, 2016 at 2:38 pm

    While my sister and I don’t travel with children, you hit on all the great reasons why cruises are a great way to travel, for both families and adults! Some people get too attached to the itineraries and I loved how you empathized the possibilities for bad weather when traveling in certain seasons. Having to skip ports is always a possibility, especially at ports where the ship has to tender people into shore. What a wonderful way for you to spend some alone time with Charlotte and both of you seemed to have benefited from this experience. 🙂

    We are going on our first Carnival cruise in two weeks and this entry helped me get to know the Carnival system a bit better.

    • Reply Helen January 31, 2016 at 2:44 pm

      Or EMPHASIZED, even. LOL. No editing, so I couldn’t correct.

  • Reply Sandra January 31, 2016 at 2:41 pm

    Carnival is definitely the most kid friendly cruise line. We did that when my boys were little and the Camp Carnival kept them well entertained when we weren’t doing history tours on shore.. (Yep i am a nerd.. will do some shopping but mostly do things with some history involved). NCL also are wonderful with the kiddies. We did a group cruise for my nieces birthday she was 8 I believe and they out did themselves decorating the cabin while we were at dinner.
    At this stage of my life, doing cruising with my friends, Princess was unbelievable the best yet. We went to Alaska with them and was the most amazing cruise I had been on.. Not just because of it being Alaska.. but the service.. was uncomparable….
    I love how they spoiled Charlotte with the towel animals.. It’s the little things that make the memories..

  • Reply Dawn DeVito January 31, 2016 at 3:10 pm

    You’re doing a great job with your blog! My daughter, who just turned 14 this weekend, loves to see your updates with Charlotte.She says she is so adorable, of course she is 🙂 Actually, for my first cruise, I will be bunking with my friend Cheryl and cruising with you & all the Strange Escapees 🙂 I am beyond excited!!

    • Reply amybruni January 31, 2016 at 3:18 pm

      I’m so excited for that trip! Can’t wait to blog about it too! 🙂 See you soon!

  • Reply Sarah Trevelline January 31, 2016 at 3:10 pm

    Great story, Amy! My 16 yr. Old son & I are headed out on the Pride in exactly 133 days!! Can’t wait!! I took him on the Imagination when he was 8, & he LOVED it!! Im a divorced Mom, & we are having difficulty trying to find anyone to sail with…. Loved your idea of trying to set up dinner companions w/kid(s) his age! He is at that age where he isn’t quite as thrilled at the prospect of hanging out w/Mom for a week, as he was 8 years ago, LOL!!
    Keep up the great writing!

    • Reply amybruni January 31, 2016 at 3:18 pm

      You guys are going to have SO much fun! The teens get really into it I noticed. The Pride has Club O2 for them I believe. We saw them out and about doing scavenger hunts a few times. 🙂

  • Reply Cass January 31, 2016 at 3:46 pm

    Interesting. We’re heading out with our five year old (another October 11 baby) on a Disney cruise at the end of April. I hope we have as much fun. This is our last non-summer-vacation hurrah before she begins kindergarten in August. I think we’ll really need to try the Disney kid’s club. Boo isn’t big on new situations on her own, and l frankly, neither am I. But it might be nice to be an adult now and again.

    • Reply amybruni January 31, 2016 at 4:21 pm

      You sound just like Charlotte and me, ha. And we have preschool starting next year, so vacations are going to change a bit for sure.

  • Reply Jackie P January 31, 2016 at 3:51 pm

    Thank you for the tips, and encouragement! I also have travel anxiety, and the idea of being stuck on a boat for 7 days freaks me out completely. My husband, sons, and other family members have convinced me to go this October. My boys will be 16, 12, 9 at cruise time, and for them October can’t come fast enough, and for me, im hoping to ignore it until Sept. Fingers crossed!
    Did you or Charlotte experience any motion sickness?

    • Reply amybruni January 31, 2016 at 4:24 pm

      I actually travel so much I don’t usually get travel anxiety, so this was new for me! I think you will be great because you’ll have your whole family there with you. And honestly, I bet your anxiety completely disappears once you set foot on the ship. As for motion sickness, I touched on it above a bit. If you don’t normally get motion sickness, odds are you won’t on a cruise ship. But I really liked the product Nauzene, (link above in the blog), because it helps immediately and doesn’t have any side effects. I did get a little woozy on this ship, but I think it was a combination of bad weather rocking the ship and our cabin location in the very back. 🙂

      • Reply Amanda January 31, 2016 at 5:09 pm

        I thought I would HATE cruising before I went on my first cruise. The ships are so big that you don’t feel like you’re on “just a boat”… there are so many things to do on the ships too that they can be the whole vacation all by themselves.
        To piggy back on motion sickness, I hear that ginger pills help as well. They work wonders for my mother-in-law!

  • Reply Darlene Dunlap January 31, 2016 at 5:07 pm

    My husband and I have traveled with Disney Cruise Lines. We were so blessed to be able to take our grandchildren (6 in all) and their parents in September. The DCL are so kid friendly from every age. The boys are 13 and 14 and our 4 little girls are 4 and 3. Princess’ and other characters were awesome with all the children. Well worth the money but a little expensive.

  • Reply Jennie February 1, 2016 at 2:40 pm

    Thank you for such a detailed accounting of your experience. I have a 6 yrs old daughter and have wanted to do a cruize but had many worries that you addressed in your webpage. I feel much better about exploring this option and will be sure utilize your tips and tricks if and when we go!

  • Reply Barbara Boyd February 1, 2016 at 11:43 pm

    This was so informative. I haven’t taken a cruise since before my now 12 year old was born and are planning for one in October. I’m teetering between a suite on carnival or a inside bottom of the barrel on Norwegian. I love that Norwegian is freestyle and I can eat on the main dining room on a whim. It’s good to know that carnival can be flexible too. I’m just hoping for serious surf and turf if we do carnival. Last carnival I did they fed us spaghetti on formal night and I didn’t see the first lobster the whole trip. I waa so sad. It sure is fun hearing about your wonderful trips and living vicariously through you!

    • Reply amybruni February 1, 2016 at 11:48 pm

      How strange! I’ve been on three Carnival cruises and each one had lobster on formal night. 🙂 I love a balcony, so I am partial to that option. Thanks so much!

  • Reply Kelly Z February 2, 2016 at 8:05 am

    I have been lucky enough to go on multiple cruises (some with the kids, some without). I have cruised multiple lines but keep going back to RC with the kids. The reason: I have a child with Autism and RC has the highest number of ships that are certified Autism Friendly. Every member of the youth services team has Autism training and even though my son is 8, they provide us a DECT phone. Plus, we love the family suites. Cruising with 3 kids is tough because typical staterooms aren’t meant to accommodate that many guests.

    Our one tip for cruising with kiddos, bring snacks that your children will eat. We live in Florida so we can drive to ports and we always pack a bunch of snacks. In July, we will be flying cross country for our first cruise leaving outside of Florida. We’d love some tips on keeping 2- 8 year olds and 1- 11 year old occupied for a cross country flight.

    • Reply amybruni February 2, 2016 at 8:08 am

      Ah, I should have mentioned snacks! We do the same thing. We mostly eat organic at home, so I bring lots of our natural snacks with us. Good tips!

  • Reply Mallory February 17, 2016 at 2:13 pm

    I’m going to Cocoa Beach next week for the first time. Do you have any recommendations for things to see/do or places to eat, etc..??

    • Reply amybruni February 28, 2016 at 7:33 am

      We’ve only gone that once, but really enjoyed the Cocoa Village area. Also, there is a place called The Dinosaur Store that is a must see if you have kiddos!

  • Reply Gary Giarretta March 3, 2016 at 3:47 pm

    nice write up! Loved the Pride we sailed on her last year, and will be on again this summer. Question for you? Did you go to David’s with the little one, if so how did it go? I hear they have a kids menu. We did not try it with the kids last time but will be trying out this time around. I’ve done many cruise steak houses before but never with my kids (5&8)

    • Reply amybruni March 3, 2016 at 4:29 pm

      I did! We really enjoyed it, and they seemed to like having a little one up there. I’d totally go for it if your kids are well behaved.

  • Reply Gary Giarretta March 3, 2016 at 4:34 pm

    thanks! I think they can behave (with some proper bribing haha) . Can you confirm the existence of the steakhouse children’s menu on the Pride? I got a sort of clandestine response from their brand spokesman when I asked about it.

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