• On Dec 22, 2015
    Tara from IN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are traveling here in just a couple of days to WDW with our two children, 10 & 6m, and my parents. All of us would like to enjoy the rides but how does a bigger ride work when we have our baby? Do we all wait in line together or do we have to separa

    Hey there Tara, and welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! Since your family's vacation is just days away, we'd better get you ready to ride!

    There are lots of Walt Disney World Resort attractions your whole family can enjoy together. Just look for rides with no height requirement, and bring the baby right onboard with you. But for those times when only a true thrill will fill the bill, Disney has the perfect solution for you. It's called Disney's Rider Switch service, and it allows one family member to wait with the baby while the others brave the ride, then switch places without having to go back through the line again. And here's something your 10-year-old will appreciate: when the waiting adult has their turn to go on the ride, they can bring the older child along, too. Double fun for the tween! Score!

    I hope this helps your family make the most of all of your Disney days, Tara. Have a magical time, and please stop by and see us again if you have any more questions.

    Keep Disney Dreaming,

    Kathy K.
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Meet the Panelist: Kathy, Florida

I've lived my whole life just an hour's drive from Walt Disney World, so I've been a regular visitor for as long as I can remember. Even after all these years and so many visits, I love that there's still so much to discover! Now that I'm a mom myself, seeing my favorite place through my son's eyes has given me a whole new perspective that I enjoy sharing with other parents of young children. Learn More About Kathy

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