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  • On Jan 8, 2009
    Heather from GA 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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    First trip to WDW in the near future!!!!!!!!!!! I have a 15 months old little girl with strong lungs. When I change her diaper she screams bloody murder. What resort should I stay?

    Hi Heather,

    My youngest son could probably have challenged your daughter to a screaming match when he was her age.  I blame his loud voice on my husband's side of the family, of course!  I would base your choice of resort on your family's preferences, needs and budget, and not worry about your daughter's lung capacity.  At Disney World, children are, by far, the norm rather than the exception.  This is true at all of the resorts, entertainment venues and almost (maybe not Victoria and Albert's) all of the restaurants. 

    If more space would make your family feel more comfortable, there are a number of options including the Cabins at Fort Wilderness (moderate category), Family Suites at the All Star Music  Resort (value category) and the Villas at the Disney Vacation Club Properties. 

    I think you will feel comfortable in a standard room, however, at the resort of your choice.  I have stayed in a number of resorts in a variety of categories and have never been disturbed by guests next door.  Similarly, I have never had anyone complain out my "vocal" fellow.

    Have a great time planning your trip!
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