Mom And Son Safari
  • On Mar 24, 2011
    Mary from WI 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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    Heres a riddle!!We have 3 kids 7,5,&1.Wondering if we should bring our big double stroller plus a single,or just the 2 singles,or just the double?..I know that even the older kids have a hard time keeping up.Are doubles hard to get on and off busses?Th

    Hello Mary!

    Great riddle!!!  I have five kids, so my wife and I have dealt with this situation many times!  My BEST advice is to use a sit and stand stroller and then bring a nice, single stroller.  The sit and stand stroller gives some flexibility because it is so easy to get on and off the back of the sit and stand.  

    On my last Disney trip, my three youngest kids were six, three, and 9 months.  We decided to only take two nice, single strollers.  Our thinking was that our six year old daughter could handle walking around.  While she really did great, we missed our sit and stand stroller.

    NOTE:  It can become very frustrating with a double side-by-side stroller at Disney World trying to maneuver through the crowds.  If you are thinking about taking a double stroller, I would definitely recommend a tandem double stroller.  While double strollers can be cumbersome and heavy on the busses, this hassle to totally worth the craziness it will be for your family without strollers in the park!

    I hope this helps to answer your riddle!

    Have a MAGICAL day!
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