Mom with infant
  • On Feb 4, 2020
    Stephanie from TX Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    I will be a nursing mom who will be pumping while visiting. I'm concerned about being able to keep the milk refrigerated safely during our stay. In the event that I run out of space in my in-room fridge, what other options do I have to store my milk?

    Thanks for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Stephanie!

    Congratulations on your upcoming vacation to Walt Disney World! Last year my wife and I took our then 6-month-old daughter and I know she had very similar questions when it came to pumping.

    However, I’m here to assure you that the Cast Members at Walt Disney World are happy to help. First of all, yes, you can absolutely use the fridge within your room to store your milk. However, in the case that you run out of space, just drop by the Front Desk at your Disney Resort and a Cast Member would be happy to store your extra milk in a separate fridge.

    I might also highlight Disney’s Baby Care Centers located at all four theme parks. This can be a very helpful place for nursing moms as my wife and I certainly took advantage of each location. They offer more than just privacy as they are fully staffed and feature a host of helpful amenities for parents with infants and toddlers.

    If you have any other questions please let us know. Have a magical day!

    Bryan
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Meet the Panelist: Bryan, Kansas

Hi all! I'm Bryan from Kansas City. I'm a husband, first-time dad, and man's best friend to our Golden Retriever. Like many kids, I grew up traveling to Disney World nearly every year with my family, so to say that my perspective has changed over the years is an understatement. Through my passion, firsthand knowledge and park research, I look forward to helping you with your Disney vacation! Learn More About Bryan

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