• On Apr 23, 2018
    Jennifer from PA 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 going to Disney in the fall with our young daughter. She'll be five when we go but she is rather shy about using public potties. Can we use the bathrooms at the Baby Care Center for her? We got chased out of the companion bathrooms last time.

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Jennifer! I’m glad to hEAR you’re headed back to Walt Disney World Resort with your young family.

    I’m so sorry to hear that you were scooted from the companion restrooms. I’ve always taken my potty training little girl as well as my elementary school-aged son into them for potty breaks and a quieter place to “try.” Of course, you are welcome to take your little girl to the Baby Care Centers, as well. They aren’t just for babies! My son will sit and catch up on a Disney Junior Show while my husband visits the restroom and I stop into the Baby Care Center store for necessities with my baby girl. Please keep in mind that there is a tiny potty at the Baby Care Center at Disney’s Hollywood Studios but not at Epcot. There, you will find quieter, regular-sized toilets that are free for your use. A friendly Cast Member will be inside to help you find whatever you might need!

    If I can help you find more preschool activities for your magical vacation, please let me know. There is a ton of seasonal magic to be found for young kids! ~ Lindsey P.
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Meet the Panelist: Lindsey, Georgia

Hey, y'all! I'm Lindsey, a social media-savvy gal that wears her #Disneyside on her sleeve (along with her trading pin collection!). I'm proud to say that my husband and our two Mouseketeers share my love for the Walt Disney World Resort and all it's magic, so get ready to ask me about new things to see and do on your vacation. I particularly love sharing off-the-beaten-path activities and always encourage visitors to try something new on each trip. Adventure is out there! Learn More About Lindsey

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