We live in Florida, and have a 1 year old. Are there things to do for children this young? Where is the best place to stay with children this young(i.e. kiddie pools, location)? Is it better to bring your own stroller or rent one at the park?
- Asked by Nicole from FL on 1/10/2008
Absolutely, there are things for a 1 year old to do. My favorite park for little ones is the Magic Kingdom with all the attractions in Fantasyland that are perfect for all ages. With that in mind, I think staying at a Magic Kingdom resort such as... read more
Does anyone have any advice with how/where to put a parents cell phone numbers on young children in case they get separated from you?
- Asked by Leah from OH on 5/16/2009
One of the best ways to "mark" your children with your phone number and other important information are safety tattoos. You can have them customized with whatever information you like and they are applied to your children's skin like... read more
I have heard about non-Disney tour guides that can help you get on ride quicker. Do you know anything about these, rates, if they can really get you on a ride quicker? We will have 4 small kids and not sure how long their or their grandparents patience wil
- Asked by Debra from VA on 12/12/2011
I will give it to you straight...caveat emptor. If you did not study Latin, it means "let the buyer beware". There is no guide service that I am aware of that can help you cut any lines at any of the theme parks, particularly not any... read more
Thinking about taking our 5 yo to MK in May. We also have a nine month old. Saw posts about carrying infants onto rides w/out height restrictions. Wanted to make sure that the infant will be allowed those rides. Will he have to sit in seat or ride in lap?
- Asked by Alice on 1/10/2012
You are correct that infants can enjoy any ride at Walt Disney World that has no height requirement. The choice of where your baby sits on these rides is up to you. In most cases a small child would be most comfortable on mom or dad's... read more
Went to buy an umbrella stroller for our upcoming trip. Grrr...3 1/2 yo son is to tall for them. What are the strollers for rent in disney like? He is very tall for his age and about 40 lbs. Any suggestions?
- Asked by Tracy from NY on 7/31/2009
The strollers at Disney can absolutely accommodate larger/older children. In fact, you will regularly see kids who are easily approaching six or seven riding around in them after their legs have called for a time out! Your son should... read more