Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Dec 29, 2009
    Jeannine from ON Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We're bringing our 3 daughters (3 months, 2 years and 4 years old) to WDW in Feb.2010. Is there a list of attractions to see with this age group for each theme park. Also, are there locations for me to breastfeed more privately my infant at the parks?

    Here is a great link to Traveling with Little Ones at Walt Disney World. That page has a nice little list of age appropriate attractions at the Parks. Farther down on that page it has some great tips and tricks for Disney Resorts and restaurants.

    When I brought my daughter at 7 weeks of age and then again at 7 months the Disney World Baby Care Centers saved my sanity more than once! There they have lovely quiet rooms to nurse your baby with gliders and rockers, changing tables, a kitchen, and there was even a spot for my then 3 year old to play!

    The Baby Care Centers are conveniently located, for example the Magic Kingdom one is next to the Crystal Palace restaurant on Main Street. The locations are clearly marked on the maps that you will pick up as you enter each Park. My family would make a bee line for the Baby Care Center when we first entered the park so that we were familiar with it's location and my Husband would know where to find me if he happened to lose me. When my baby was hungry I wasted no time letting everyone in our party know, I would just take off!

    Thank you for visiting us here at Walt Disney World Moms Panel! I hope you and your little ones have a fantastic time! 

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Meet the Panelist: Amy, Georgia

My name is Amy and I live in North Georgia where my husband and I own a restaurant and small hotel. My family explores Disney about twice a year and we always discover something new to share with our family, neighbors, friends and potential future friends! Learn More About Amy

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