Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Apr 26, 2015
    Cara from NS Asked

    We are travelling to WDW in July with our 3 and 6 year old. We have a 5 days hopper pass. We know we won't need the stroller for the endtire day, but it is a good option for the kids to rest and nap. Wondering if we should bring strollers or rent?

    Hi Cara!

    I can totally relate to your question.  I have two preschool-aged boys who are 4 and 5 years old.   They love walking for short periods of time at Walt Disney World but they also really enjoy a ride in the stroller if one is available.   I highly recommend you bring a stroller with you.   My boys are still under the weight limit to sit in umbrella type strollers.  We often bring 2 with us from home as they are very affordable and easy to fold up and carry on the  complimentary Disney transportation.   If you would rather rent, the strollers available at Walt Disney World are very easy to maneuver and would fit your children easily.  The rental strollers are made of a a molded plastic and can be a little hard to get comfortable to sleep in.  But they are very roomy.  

    Enjoy your upcoming vacation Cara, and please visit us again with any other questions you may have. We love to help whenever we have the chance.

    Have  a Tiggerifc Day,

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Meet the Panelist: Jennifer, Alabama

Hello, my name is Jen, and my family and I call Alabama home. I am a stay-at-home mom to 2 rowdy, young Pirates and a beautiful pre-teen Princess. I've been showing my "Disney Side" since I was a small child and I can't wait to share the abundance of Pixie-Dusted knowledge I have acquired about the Most Magical Place on Earth with you and your family! Learn More About Jennifer

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