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  • We will be visiting WDW in October. Will I need to show a birth certificate to prove that my daughter is 2 yo?
  • - Asked by Caitlin on 7/29/2013
  • Hi Caitlin, 

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel!  Your trip to Walt Disney World Resort is coming up shortly, how exciting!  I'm sure your little princess is going to have a magical time!  When my daughter was younger, I was always worried about the same thing, she was very tall for her age and she spoke very early on as well.  We visited two weeks before her third birthday, and I never had to show anyone a birth certificate to verify her age.  I did have a Cast Member ask her age, and my daughter very confidently told the poor Cast Member that she was 42!  When I explained that she was almost three, that seemed to satisfy the Cast Member.  Even now, I find that the Cast Members will ask the age of the child when we arrive at dining locations.  

    I hope you have a fabulous time on your upcoming Walt Disney World Resort Vacation Caitlin.  Please let me know if you have any other questions.  I would be happy to help make your "Disney Time" even more magical!

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