EPCOT; Mother and Son; Spaceship Earth
  • On Feb 5, 2013
    Tnya 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.

    Hi everyone! We are taking our 4 yr old daughter to Disney in April. My 4 mo old son will be staying with my father-in-law. I exclusively breastfeed and will need to pump during our trip to WDW. Is there places where I can pump and store milk?

    Tanya, what fun to spend a little quality time with your four year old and how wonderful to have your father-in-law to step in with your baby while you are gone. We took my oldest son about that age to spend some much needed time with him after our daughter was born. He felt very special getting some one on one time with us without his little sister occupying all of our time.

    In each of the four theme parks are Baby Care Centers that have private nursing rooms with rocking chairs. Now, while I understand you won't be "nursing", the privacy of these rooms would make it easy to pump. There really isn't an area to "store" your milk within the parks, so you might want to consider taking a cooler into the parks. If you are staying on property, most resorts have small fridges in the rooms that you could store the breastmilk in when you return to your room.

    I hope this helps you in your planning. Have a magical trip with your little one and feel free to stop back by to ask me more questions if you have them.

    ~Allison L 
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Meet the Panelist: Allison, Texas

I am a mother of three that loves all things Disney...the never grow up mentality, the fairy tale endings and the ever changing Disney Parks. With so much to explore, I would love to help you discover all the magic and wonder your heart desires. Learn More About Allison

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