Mom And Son On Run
  • On Aug 21, 2011
    Taralynne Asked

    Hi, I plan on visiting WDW in September with my two year old son (just turned two) and husband. I currently own a larger kind of bulky stroller (bugaboo frog) and I was wondering is this is a bad idea to bring to the park? I am staying at the Pop Century?

    Once you arrive, you'll see a wide variety of strollers in use by other guests, Taralynne.  That said, my preference would be to opt for something less bulky, more streamlined.  We've always used a plussed up umbrella stroller for Disney travel.  I like that the umbrella strollers offer convenience and maneuverability.  Granted, we sacrifice some storage space in the under carriage of the stroller, but it's definitely worth it considering how easily we can get from one side of the park to the other.  One thing I would definitely not sacrifice?  A canopy.  Shade is a must.  So, too, is the ability to recline the seat in case little one dozes off to sleep.  I'd also be sure to look for something that folds compactly, easily.  There are a number of fairly inexpensive lightweight umbrella strollers on the market that offer these valuable features.  I highly recommend something of the sort for your upcoming trip.  I hope that helps!
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