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  • Hello, we go to WDW in just a few months! My daughter is two but she is very tall (39.5 inches as of today). I am worried that they will think I am fudging her age to get her in free. Should I present a birth certificate? Thanks for your help!
  • - Asked by Amber from Missouri on 9/18/2010
  • Hey Amber!

    I was worried about this exact thing when my kids were that age!

    My husband is 6'4" and my kids definitely have his height...the lucky little cuties.

    I carried around birth certificates for years before I finally realized that Disney trusted me when I told them that my babes were under age three!  At no point did they even blink or start asking awkward questions like I imagined would happen.

    So, breathe easy & know that Disney trusts us with tall Princes and Princesses under age three! Which is great because if we had to carry around their birth certificates it would be another important paper to keep track of and not exactly something you could cancel like a credit card if lost.

    Have a wonderful time with Princess 39.5 inches (wow!!) in a few months, full of magical Disney memories!
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