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Going to Disney for a long weekend and need help w/ dining plan options

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We are going to DIsney for a long weekend w/ our 7 year old and his grandfather and I have not made any plans other than knowing the hotel (Wilderness Lodge-- cabin) and getting the 4 day pass and meal plan (one table service, one counter service and one snack). I have very limited time to plan and am honestly overwhelmed by the website(s). I have read that California Grill and Artist Point are great places to eat, but that I will need to make reservations... This trip was a gift and I am grateful and want to make the best of our time w/o making myself crazy in the meantime.

Some say YES reservations and others say that reservations make you stop what you are doing and hustle and rush to something else. Character breakfasts aren't important to us... we just want to have a fun, family time.
Any advise?

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