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  • On Oct 23, 2023
    Mayra from FL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello!! Would the Evenflo Pivot Modular Travel System with LiteMax Infant Car Seat with Anti-Rebound Bar be allowed in the park? I have a 3 month old that I will take in the infant car seat only, not the other part of the stroller.

    Hi Mayra!

    Welcome to planDisney! It makes me so happy to hear you are bringing your baby to Walt Disney World Resort soon! It seems like just yesterday I was walking through the theme parks with my baby, and now he’s tall enough to ride Space Mountain! 

    I took a moment to look up the specifications of your stroller and it looks like it fits within the stroller guidelines listed within the Walt Disney World Resort Property Rules. Current property rules state that strollers greater than 31” (79 cm) in width and 52” (132 cm) in length are prohibited. There are currently no guidelines against using the infant car seat attachment, so you should be good to use what your baby is most comfortable with. 

    From one parent to another, I have a few suggestions for your baby’s visit, Mayra. First, purchase Memory Maker! I love to look back at our photos from previous Walt Disney World visits and my son even loves to see pictures himself as a baby with the characters he loves. The best part of using Disney PhotoPass photographers to take your photos is that YOU will also be in them! There’s always someone missing from the photo if you have a family member or friend take the pictures for you, and this ensures that everyone with you during this trip will be included in the memories! 

    My second suggestion is to find an iconic location to take a family photo. Then, on future visits recreate this photo so you can see how your baby has grown over the years. I have photos of my kids in front of Cinderella Castle in Magic Kingdom Park, Spaceship Earth in EPCOT, the Tree of Life in Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, and the Millennium Falcon in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. You can choose these locations or find one that means more to your family. 

    Has your baby gotten their first haircut yet? Harmony Barber Shop on Main Street, U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom offers a My First Haircut package. This experience can be reserved up to 60 days in advance, but if you have time maybe you can stop by and see if they are taking walk-ins. 

    Finally, there are many souvenirs to choose from for your baby’s first visit. Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe in Magic Kingdom Park has themed ornaments that you can have personalized for a fee. Or, there are Cast Members who can cut out a silhouette portrait of your baby in just a few minutes, I like this idea because it is another option you can do again in the future to watch your baby grow.

    Don’t forget to check out the Baby Care Centers on your visit, Mayra. These can be found in each theme park and they are a great place to stop in and change or feed your baby in a quiet, cool place. You can also find some common baby necessities available for purchase if needed. 

    I hope this was helpful, Mayra. I’m sure you can tell that I treasure the trips I took to Walt Disney World Resort with my babies. Check out the video I've attached to this answer about using Rider Switch during your visit so everyone can enjoy the attractions! If you have any future questions, please send me a message at planDisney!

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Meet the Panelist: Kaitlin, Indiana

Hi friends! I'm Kaitlin, a wife and mom to two young boys. I can always be found with a list of the latest and greatest snacks and treats at Walt Disney World, and sometimes I'm even willing to share those snacks with my family. In the meantime, I'm here to help answer your questions about your vacation to Walt Disney World Resort!  Learn More About Kaitlin

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