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  • On Aug 22, 2018
    Autumn from WV Asked

    Hi, I will be breast pumping on my vacation, can I request a larger fridge in the room at the resort to store my milk and/or freeze it? I plan to ship my extra milk back home.

    Hello Autumn,


    Thanks for stopping by.  You will be happy to know that most Walt Disney World Resort rooms have a small in-room refrigerator where you can store milk.   In the event that  you are staying at a Walt Disney World Resort Hotel that does not have an in-room refrigerator or beverage cooler, you can call housekeeping when you arrive and request that one be placed in your room.  I recommend making this request at the time that you book your Resort stay to ensure you are all set when you arrive.

    In addition, did you know that all four theme parks have Baby Care Centers, which provide a clean and convenient place to feed, change and nurse babies?  Each center has private nursing rooms with rocking chairs, changing rooms with tables and a bathroom, feeding areas with high chairs, a kitchen, microwave and sink, and a main room that has a television and seating area.  These spaces are welcoming, cool and a great sanctuary to take care of your tiny tot while in the parks!

    Have a magical trip!
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