Infant and toddler with Chef Mickey
  • On Sep 24, 2017
    Amanda from SC Asked

    Hi everyone my daughter will be eight months old at the time of our visit she is eating thick purée and starting some solids does anyone have advice ? Bring our own food ? Or can Disney restaurants purée menu items?

    Hiya Amanda!

    Thank you so much for stopping by!  Ah, the joys of traveling with the ever-expanding infant palate!  We always made do with what we had available, and supplemented as necessary.  Pouch-based foods are great ffor travel and super handy, and can be found in different varieties for your little one.  You can simply squirt and feed what you need for the meal.  We also did a lot of soft cooked veggies at this age, such as sweet potato and broccoli.  Many times you can ask for a serving of plain veggies well-steamed and then easily mash with your fork and feed.  Mine could happily live off of sweet potato for days this way!  Another great, nutrition-packed easily mashable food is avocado.  You can ask if they have some diced, or even pack a few yourself, and serve those ripe pieces to your little foodie.  Do make sure you pack disposable bibs, extra wipes, and infant spoons, as they make everything a bit easier!

    The Baby Care Centers located around Walt Disney World have space if you'd like to prep a little something (if  you'd like), and it's a fantastic place to change a squirmy baby!

    Have a magical vacation!
    Amanda
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Meet the Panelist: Amanda, Texas

I am a former Kindergarten teacher turned stay-at-home Mom to my 2 boys and daughter.  I've been married to my High School sweetheart since 2000, and we consider ourselves experienced Walt Disney World travelers with little ones. Learn More About Amanda

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