Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Nov 1, 2008
    Karen from IN 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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    Been many times, but not with 1 yr old grandchild! Shows like Its a Bugs Life, opinions? Know every child is different, but try it? And is there an escape hatch! if she doesn't take it well? Thanks for your advice! 45 days and counting!!! Nervous Grannie

    Its Tough to be a Bug is a very scary show for little ones.  My daughter couldn't it make it through the queue line when she was 3 years old.  You may do a little bit better with a one year old because she doesn't have the same imagination as an older child. 

    There are escape hatches in most rides and shows.  If your grand-daughter starts to cry or gets too scared just ask a cast member and they will show you the exit door.  You may want to linger in the back while the other guests take their seat.  That way you will be able to get a seat at the end of the row and will be closer to the exits should you need them.

    Have a great trip and don't forget to stop by DinoLand USA at the Animal Kingdom.  Your grand-daughter should love that part of the park.

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