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!
My daughter is 2 1/2 and is 34 inches tall will she be able to ride any rides at all or should we wait to travel
- Asked by SHERRY from TX on 2/25/2009
Welcome to the Moms Pane! You've come to the right place for advice on traveling with little ones to Walt Disney World.
The magic of a Walt Disney World vacation is that there is something for EVERYONE in your party,... read more
I am planning a trip to MK and Ak in April 09.I have a 6 month old and I'm not sure what rides we can take her on.The DW website says for most rides any height but then it also says that guest with small children can take turns. Which is it? please help!
- Asked by nadia from GA on 2/21/2009
Hey Nadia. There will be lots of attractions at MK that you can take your 6 month old on with you, and a great deal of these will be located in Fantasyland, but is not limited to that section alone. Really at every park there is something for... read more
We'll be travelling to WDW in May '09, when our twin boys will be 2 years & 9 months old. One of our boys is very tall and often is mistaken to be older than 2 years. Do we need to bring any type of proof of age to get the free park admission? THANK
- Asked by Maria from CO on 2/16/2009
Welcome to the Moms Panel! What a wonderful age for your boys to experience Walt Disney World!
From my experience, I can tell you that you will probably not be asked to show identification for your son. That being said, I always... read more