Mom And Son On Run
  • On Feb 2, 2012
    Nicole 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 have a trip planned for Dec 2012 for our 4yr and 2 yr. We recently found out we are expecting our third baby. She will be 2 months during our trip. Should be postpone our trip till she is a little older or continue as planned.

    Pack your onesies and diapers and hit the road. You can absolutely have a great Walt Disney World experience with an infant in tow.

    When our third child was two months old we visited every theme park and had a marvelous time. One of my favorite pictures ever is of our little one with Chewbacca taken at Disney's Hollywood Studios during this trip. There are Baby Care Centers  in every theme park where you can feed and change your baby away from the crowds. Her siblings will also be welcome to take a break in these quiet spots. Almost all the attractions your older children would be interested in you can enjoy with an infant. You will have wonderful memories of your sweet baby on your lap while you ride it's a small world and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. You may find traveling with an infant you can carry in a front pack easier than with a wiggly, won't stay in the stroller one year old. 

    If you have questions about navigating Walt Disney World with an infant and two small children please ask the Moms Panel. 
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Meet the Panelist: Elisabeth, South Carolina

Ready for a visit to Mickey? I'm here to help. I've experienced Walt Disney World with my four children from their stroller years to young adulthood. I've sailed on every Pirates of the Caribbean on the planet, consumed countless Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bars, and believe the Electric Water Pageant music is the catchiest around. I'm excited to help you plan your Disney adventure. Learn More About Elisabeth

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