Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Feb 11, 2011
    Courtney from TN Asked

    This is our 1st trip to wdw. my children are 3,5,7. Was wondering if they would maybe fit in a double stroller or if i would need to get 2 strollers? I figure for the most part someone will want to walk out of the 3 of them but who knows? thanks so much!

    Hi Courtney, my gut wants to yell "Get two strollers"!!!!   I'm going to be reasonable about this though. 

    Your kids are young, this is their first time to Disney World, and they (and you) are going to be tired after a few hours.  The excitement keeps you going so don't worry about that!  You can rent a double stroller for two of them.  They are extremely easy to push along.  The kids can switch off as you said with no problem.  

    Another idea, which is what I used to do when my kids were little, will save you money.  Purchase an inexpensive, folding, umbrella stroller.  A single or a double.  You can bring your own into the parks.  I don't know how many days you are staying, but if it's a week, the stroller I'm suggesting will pay for itself with approximately 1-3 days of stroller rentals fees (depending on how much your stroller cost).  I would buy the cheapest stroller I could find (about $15) use it for a week, and give it away so I wouldn't have to take it on the plane back home. 

    I hope this helps you with your planning.  Have a wonderful time at Walt Disney World!   
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Magic Kingdom still takes my breath away, but my favorite place to be is on a Disney ship looking at the horizon and breathing in that crisp, clean ocean air!  I love planning Disney vacations for others and making sure it's more than they dreamed. Learn More About Marisol

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