We have 1 child who is big enough to ride most rides, but a smaller one who is not. Will we be able to use child swap and each parent take the older child as partner on our turn? Assuming most rides allow for 2 or more per "car".
- Asked by Stacey on 3/18/2009
Hey Stacey and yes you will be able to take advantage of the child swap. This is something my family could not do without! It's wonderful and your older child will love it as well because he or she will be able to ride an attraction two times in a... read more
Please help..we'll be bringing our daughter to Disney for her 1st time. She is 18 months old now and we are trying to find out what's the best hotel & parks to stay at & visit.We also want to know how to book a meal w/ the characters & others
- Asked by alyssa from FL on 3/15/2009
With a smaller child, I think you will find that most of your time will be spent at the Magic Kingdom (as opposed to the other parks). With that in mind, I always feel like the monorail resorts (Grand Floridian, Polynesian, Contemporary)... read more
I have a set of twins that are 2 years and 9 months old, but my son looks much bigger than his twin sister(he got most of the nutrients in the womb). will i need to bring some thing to verify his age at disney?
- Asked by deanna from FL on 3/23/2009
How great to be taking your twins to Disney for a family vacation. All three of my boys have always been tall for their ages too and I was concerned about the same thing when they were two. I never had a problem entering the parks or... read more
Sorry...another ?!...Since my daughter will only be 2 on our next trip and not needing tickets for the parks, will she still get a KTTW card? I was really hoping she would so I could have one w/ her name for my scrapbook. Can I request one? Thanks again!
- Asked by Erin from FL on 3/20/2009
Can you finish my scrapbook while you are at it??? I have such good intentions of scrapbooking my Disney trips, but I have only done three of them. I made a promise to myself that I would be... read more
Hi Moms! If my 2 year old is turning 3 during our WDW vacation will we be charged (room rates) for days after she turns 3? Will we need to purchase park tickets after bday? Or will she be considered 2 for duration of stay? Thanks so much!
- Asked by Kristi from GA on 3/11/2009
No worries! As long as your daughter is two upon check in, she will be considered two for the duration of your stay.
Have a great trip and happy birthday to your little girl!