Hi, I am traveling to WDW May 17, 2008. We are taking our 10mo, 2 1/2 yo, and our five year old. Our two year old looks older than what she is (she is tall.) Do they require any verification of age? Or, will my word be o.k.
- Asked by beth from AL on 3/24/2008
No worries! You will not have to show any proof of age at the entrance gate for your tall 2-year old daughter. The Cast Members will simply let you and your small child through the turnstile or stroller gate. I don't even remember having to say... read more
My husband & I want to go to several of the Disney Parks while there in Oct but we will have our 10 mo old daughter with us. Do you think that is too young? Will she have fun? Will we? How much would her ticket be if we did a 5 day Pass w/Park Hopper?
- Asked by Amanda from TN on 3/20/2008
Amanda,Coming from a certified Disney fanatic I can tell you that 10 months old is NOT too young! We took our daughters practically from birth! (Ok, not quite, but definitely by 3 months) You will all have a great time. It's... read more
Any suggestions for handling waiting in lines with 2 1/2 year old? That's the only part of my upcoming June trip that makes me a bit nervous :) Great panel, love the practical advice.
- Asked by Tracy from MN on 2/15/2008
We have been there and done that so I definitely understand your concern. First off, make use of the Fastpass system whenever possible. If you're staying on-property take advantage of Extra Magic Hours (EMH) as well, when... read more
1st time to WDW, how does FastPass work when you have a child under 3? There are a total of 4 in our party, 2 adults, 1 child who is 4 and than a 2.5 year old. Does the 2 yr old still get a ticket to WDW so he can use FastPass?
- Asked by Liz from NE on 2/7/2008
Hi there,FastPass is great. If a ride you would like to go on has a long wait, look for a FastPass Kiosk. There, you will insert your park ticket and receive a FastPass ticket for a future time. The ticket will tell you when you... read more
We're new to DVC. Can our park tickets and dining options still be put on our room keys? I want to purchase a 3-9 dining option for my 2 but almost 3 yr old. Do I also have to purchase her park tickets the same way?
- Asked by Grace from RI on 2/8/2008
Grace,I was in the exact same position last year. My two year-old could easily eat as much as some 6 year-olds. I was not able to purchase the dining plan for her because she was under 3. If she was three I would have had to also... read more