• On Jun 2, 2016
    Pia Asked

    Hi, Best tips when coming in with trolleys. Coming with 6 kids in June age between 6 months - 15 years. Where can I find all the possible amusement devices where I can take baby with me, or is there any?

    Hello There Pia,

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! You're never too young or too old for a Walt Disney World Resort vacation. My youngest daughter's very first visit was at nine weeks old and although she may not remember it, I have some very special photos and many precious memories from that visit that I will always treasure!

    Infants are able to experience Attractions that are listed for Guests of any height. For a complete listing of Attractions available for infants, please visit the Disney Parks Blog. If there are Attractions that you would like to experience without your little one you can use Rider Switch. Rider Switch allows adult Guests to take turns waiting with little ones or Guests unable to ride an Attraction. 

    Don't forget to take advantage of the Baby Care Centers in each of the Theme Parks. They offer private nursing areas, feeding areas, changing rooms, kitchens with microwaves, ovens, and sinks, and an area with TV's, couches, and chairs. Formula, juice, diapers, wipes, and over the counter medication is also available for purchase should you need them. There are also toys, books, and movies to entertain the other children while you are taking a break with your baby. 

    Please stop back by if you have any additional vacation planning questions!

    Wishing You Many Magical Memories,
    Susan 
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Meet the Panelist: Susan, New York

I am, first and foremost, the mother of four beautiful children. I enjoy traveling, social media and anything that involves being active, from running to skiing. Last but not least, I love Walt Disney World and all of the magic and special memories it has brought to me and my family’s lives. I look forward to helping you plan your own magical vacation filled with memories that will last a lifetime Learn More About Susan

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