Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- We're taking our 5 yo DD to Homeschool Day in October. We will also have a (not quite) 4 month old daughter, too! I've read that people have taken infants on rides. What rides can she go on? Do I keep in her in a wrap/sling? What about moving/flying rides?
- - Asked by Noel from Georgia on 5/11/2012
- Hi Noel!
You are correct! There are tons of rides that your littlest Disney guest can enjoy with you! I have lots of experience taking my son when he was a baby (now 3) and my daughter who is 8 months. Your daughter can ride on anything that does not have a height requirement. To view these rides, click HERE and filter on the left by no "Height" and then click "Any Height".
Your daughter must sit in your lap, under a lap bar. If my daughter is napping in my sling, I will keep her in it while on an attraction. Usually, I have to turn a little and sit sideways to get us both in there comfortably. If I have her in my Moby wrap, a chest carrier, she can stay in it while on an attraction. Be mindful of her when the lap bars come down. I like to hold the bar as it comes down to make sure I've left enough room for it not to go too far.
If you are nursing or just want a peaceful air conditioned place to feed your daughter, be sure to check out the Baby Care Centers in each park. They are fully stocked with anything you need including rocking chairs, high chairs and padded changing tables.
Have a magical day!
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