We are planning a trip with my 5 year old daughter and my 2 year old son. I am wondering if he will be exluded from many of the rides because of his age/size.
- Asked by Ellen from LA on 2/10/2008
Its usually height, less age, that is the key determinant for which rides a child can experience. Of all the parks, Magic Kingdom will offer the most ride options for both your children. Of course, there are also many... read more
We are taking our son to WDW in December (he will be 15 months old by then). How do we get him used to the characters before the trip?
- Asked by Seanaci from CO on 2/9/2008
Good question! I've seen many toddlers overwhelmed in the parks by those big fuzzy guys that everyone else is hugging. So it's a super idea to get your child used to the characters before your trip. The step first is helping your son know... read more
Hi! I have a 2-year old daughter and an 5-year-old son. However, my daughter finds difficulty in sleeping easily in the same room with all of us. Which hotels would best accommodate space for the crib or pack/play to be tucked away "out of sight"
- Asked by April from NM on 2/9/2008
April,No single-room accommodations come immediately to mind. Of course you know better than I know what you are looking for, so I suggest you look through the hotel room plans until you find what you believe will work best for you. Most... read more
My husband and I are debating whether we should take our own stroller from home or rent one at the parks. What is you recommendation?
- Asked by Rachel from TN on 2/9/2008
There are advantages to both, if you have a lightweight stroller that folds up easily and isn't too cumbersome, then bring your own. The stroller rental we found to be costly at times. Then we had trouble finding it in the... read more
We are visiting WDW the last week in April. My daughter is a very tall 2 year old and I am afraid they won't believe me about her age. Should I bring her birth certificate?
- Asked by Amanda from GA on 1/29/2008
I have never seen anyone questioned about a child's age. We vacationed at WDW once with another family whose son was exceptionally tall. The family was never questioned about his age at the park entrances or at any of the WDW restaurants.... read more