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  • On Mar 23, 2010
    Rebecca from NJ Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    My son is 1 yr old and he normally wears cloth diapers at home. I do have a stash of disposable diapers for our trip to Disney World in April, however, I was wondering what types of diapers are acceptable in the pools at the resorts?

    Hi, Rebecca!    For children who are still in diapers, they are required to wear a swim diaper, not just a regular diaper, in all WDW pools and at the water parks.  These are available for purchase in WDW gift shops, but it would be cheaper to pick some up at a discount store at home before leaving on your vacation. 

    You can find swim diapers easily in the diaper aisle at any grocery or discount store.   They are thin and easy to pack, and great in the water. 

    Wishing your little one a fabulous time in Disney World!  Hope he has fun swimming!
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Meet the Panelist: Cathy, Ohio

Hi, I'm Cathy from Cleveland. I love to travel, especially in the winter to escape the snow and cold of Ohio! My husband and 2 kids share my enthusiasm for travel, so we enjoy our adventures together whether it is hiking at a National Park, sailing on a Disney Cruise Ship, or going to Walt Disney World which is our home away from home. My husband proposed to me in front of Cinderella Castle and we have not stopped visiting ever since! It's a blast helping guests here at planDisney! 
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