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  • On Dec 5, 2012
    David from QC 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 are coming to WDW Feb.28th to March 9th. The girls will be 7, 4, and 1. We have chosen a WL Villas studio due to proximity to MK and great theming. 1 BDR has big price jump, but I am concerned not having separate room for 1yr old. Any suggestions?

    Hi David! I understand about traveling with younger children and their bedtime needs. I have to admit to putting cribs in bathrooms and  large showers so they had a "room" of their own. The Villas are a great deal with the studio units. There is a wall that comes out from the bed that separates it from the bathroom area. At night you could set up the crib there although it isn't a huge separation. It would at least give your one year old a place where she can't see you which might mean getting to sleep a bit easier. The other girls will have to learn to keep it down which is a challenge in itself.

    You can have a quiet time for all and make sure showers are done and everything else needed in the bathroom so the baby can try to fall asleep. Once that is done often background noise isn't an issue for a sleeping child who has been stimulated and tired out from the park days. The older ones can read books or a similar activity. Nothing is perfect and nothing can imitate home but you can make anything work with a little work from everyone!
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