• On Oct 17, 2011
    Evangelea from MA 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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    Hi! We are coming to WDW next week with our 5 year old and 2 year old twins. Should I bring my double stroller and my single for all three of them or can I get away with just the double stroller? Thanks so much!

    Hi Evangelea,

    As long as you have two adults in your party who are willing to push strollers, I highly recommend that you bring both your double and your single stroller.  Clearly you'll want to have the double stroller on hand for the twins.  However, you're probably uncertain as to whether the five-year-old will need a stroller.

    I first took my son to Walt Disney World when he was five.  My husband and I debated for weeks before the trip whether he would need a stroller.  Luckily, I won the debate and we decided to take the stroller.  Looking back, it was the best decisions we made for that trip!  Even if your five-year-old rarely uses a stroller at home, he or she will be grateful for a place to rest between rides.  There is plenty of walking at Disney and I guarantee that there will be times your son or daughter will be thrilled to have a place to rest as you move from attraction to attraction. 

    Trust me...if having both strollers saves you having to carry a sleepy child through the parks or back to your resort even once, you'll be ecstatic that you brought a means for all three of your little ones to ride.

    Wishing you a truly magical trip!

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