• On Jan 10, 2020
    Brooke from OH Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Bringing a 4 month old, 1 and 3 year old and plan on baby wearing the infant. How that will work on rides that are "2 seats." Will I be able to have both a toddler and my infant in the same seat with me? Baby wear one and sit next to the toddler?

    Hi there, Brooke, from a fellow Ohioan! Thanks so much for coming to see us at the Disney Parks Moms Panel!

    What a fun age for your kiddos to enjoy a trip to Walt Disney World with you! When my kids were little, I definitely wore them in baby carriers around the Disney Parks, and it was an amazing way for us to enjoy our experience together! I love a stroller and definitely recommend it for you, but sometimes there is nothing like having your little ones at eye level (while remaining hands free!) and being able to see and feel their reactions to all the surrounding excitement!

    Now, regarding your question about baby wearing while on board an attraction, the answer is going to be “it depends.” There were certainly attractions that I was able to board while wearing my babies. These were always attractions without height restrictions (slow rides, non thrill rides), and it was always at the discretion of the cast member at the boarding area. I can distinctly remember taking rides while baby wearing on “it’s a small world”, kiliminjaro safaris, and Living with the Land

    When it comes to riding together with your three small children, it is helpful to reference the Walt Disney World Property Rules, which state that children under 7 must be accompanied by someone 14 years or older to board an attraction. This will likely be easiest for you all on rides that have capacity for 3-4 across, such as The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Peter Pan’s Flight. That being said, I’ve definitely heard from friends that they were able to board certain rides without height restriction with multiple children below age 7, when these children were in a row in front or behind them, always within arms reach. I’m always a fan of planning ahead to avoid disappointment, especially when planning such a special trip! Feel free to check out this listing of all rides without age limits, strap that baby in, leaving one free hand for each child, and away you go!

    See ya real soon!
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Meet the Panelist: Clara, Ohio

Hi, friends! I'm Clara, a Pediatrician from Cincinnati, OH, a mom to two Disney-loving boys and married to my college sweetheart.  As a native Spaniard and Spanish speaker, my happiest early memories of life in the United States were formed at Walt Disney World. I love to find ways to sprinkle some R&R and good food among the hustle and bustle of our Disney vacations, and I would love to help you do the same! Learn More About Clara

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