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  • On Aug 23, 2010
    Brian from NY Asked

    We have just booked our reservations to WDW for May 2011. At that time our son will be 2 yo. What kind of stroller would work best for him and what do we do with the stroller when we are on rides?

    Hi Brian!
    The best stroller to bring for your 2 year old is one that your son is comfortable in and is easy to open and close. Kids get pretty tired, especially during the summer. So it's important to have a comfortable stroller with a good canopy for shade. Keep in mind that you will have to open and close the stroller quickly several times during the day. We always bring our umbrella stroller for my 3 year old, which reclines for short naps and has a cup holder, a canopy and is lightweight.
    You will notice there are designated "stroller parking" areas next to most attractions. You can park your stroller at one of these designates areas and come back for it after you ride. You can even leave your stroller at your preferred area for a while, and come back for it later. We have traveled with two umbrella strollers for our kids, parked them at a designated area and come back for it after many hours of park fun. So you can bring the stroller that best fits your 2 year olds needs and park it safely at the designated areas any time you want to. Hope this helps!
    Have a magical vacation!
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When it comes to Walt Disney World, I consider myself a travel "expert." I have been to Disney on every stage of my life and hope to continue doing so with my husband and our Prince and Princess. Learn More About Maribel

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