N is for: Nom-noms
Having a light bite in the morning is a double bonus because you'll be hungry for an early lunch in the parks, thus avoiding the lunch crowd.
Throw a few snackies and bottles of water into your backpack too because it's much easier to reach in there for refreshment rather than wait on the hot pavement in the perpetually long lines at the snack stands. Disney is the master of crowd control and does a marvelous job of keeping lines moving at the attractions, but their snack stand efficiency could use some work---the few times we waited for a beverage or ice cream, snack stand service was blood-vessel-poppingly sloooow.
Ahh, but some places are worth the wait, like Storybook Treats in Fantasyland at The Magic Kingdom. Sundae's, cones, shakes & malts in a charming spot.
Disney World Trivia
How many chocolate covered Mickey Mouse ice cream bars are sold every year at Walt Disney World?
(The closest guess(es) will get the point.)