Mom And Son Nemos Reef
  • On Jul 30, 2014
    Joanne from leicestershire Asked

    56days left we are traveliing with my twin boys and have requested two cots for the room I am now starting to worry that two ctots wont fit in the room do you think we will be ok (I know it will be cozy) they are to small for beds and to big to share a cot

    Welcome aboard, Joanne! I can see you already have your Disney Cruise Line vacation countdown started! By now, the days are checking off quickly, aren't they? You must be so excited to set sail with Captain Mickey and his crew!

    Your stateroom host will provide the two Pack 'n Plays for your boys, and they will fit nicely in between the desk and the couch in your stateroom, as the table that normally sits there can be removed. I've seen two Pack 'n Plays set up there before and though it is tight, both do fit, with a bit of space on the side for you to walk between, so no worries!

    I would suggest though that you ask your stateroom host to put them away during the day so you have more space to move about in the stateroom. Your host will be happy to do that, or you can fold them up yourself. Unless, of course, your boys will be taking naps, in which case you might want to leave them up. But, either way, there will be room so that both of your boys can have their own crib. Plus, there is a curtain to pull back that separates that part of the stateroom from the part where your bed will be, so you can put them to bed and still have a light on in your area.

    I'm not sure how old your sons are, but if they are toddlers or older, you might even consider just using one Pack 'n Play and putting the other one in the single bed that folds out. Your stateroom host can also provide a side rail for that bed if you're concerned about him tumbling out. You've got a few options, Joanne! Either way, you're in for one amazing cruise! Have fun planning!
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Meet the Panelist: Marcy, Ohio

Welcome aboard! I'm the mom of two tween/teen Castaway Clubbers who would live on any of the Disney ships if they could. I would love to help your family discover the magic that awaits you on the open seas with Disney Cruise Line. Learn More About Marcy

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