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  • Hi everyone. I just found out I will be about 5 months pregnant when traveling with my husband, 5 year old and 2 year old children to WDW in april. Am I still going to be able to ride the preschool rides with them (i.e. Small World, Winnie the Pooh, etc)?
  • - Asked by wendy from Massachusetts on 1/30/2008
  • Congratulations on the happy news!

    I visited WDW when I was five months pregnant with twins. I must say that all the walking in the parks did wear me out a bit, but I did have a great time experiencing many of the WDW rides with my daughter who was three at the time. Some of the attractions at WDW do have warnings for pregnant woman and people with heart or back problems. These are mostly rides that have quick or sudden motion or changes in altitude. With children as young as yours, these attractions are easily avoided. You should always check with your doctor prior to any travel while pregnant, but assuming you get the OK, you should be absolutely fine with most of the rides at WDW, including The Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, it's a small world, Peter Pan's Flight, Dumbo, and many many others.
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