Mom And Son Spaceship Earth
  • On Sep 12, 2009
    Khalan from NY 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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    Visiting POR 10/6-14 with 7A & 2Boys ages(4 & 14m) we just looking for some tips the baby is so busy hates sitting in the stroller or anywhere loves to be on the move, suggestions on places to eat and places to go where he can just wander.

    Hi Khalan,

    Those 14 month olds never want to sit! Luckily, Disney realizes this and so here are some tips to help keep the little one happy.

    In Magic Kingdom, he can run around in Fantasyland and Toontown. These areas have great toddler areas which he can play without worry. Epcot has lots of room to run and Animal Kingdom has the Boneyard Playground in Dinoland. Visit Honey I Shrunk the Kids playground in Hollywood Studios to stretch those legs and let out energy!

    As for meals, I would recommend character buffets. Because it is a buffet, people are always moving about and the characters provide entertainment. We love Crystal Palace with Winnie the Pooh and Friends as well as Chef Mickeys and Hollywood and Vine has a character breakfast with the Playhouse Disney friends.

    At Animal Kingdom, the Tusker House buffet is yummy. For lunch you can do the All-American Picnic and grab your lunch and go to one of the main picnic sites to watch the animals.

    Another idea is to go to Whispering Canyon Cafe. This restaurant in the Wilderness Lodge is a lot of fun and they have "pony" rides and all sorts of "cowboy" fun.

    Have a magical vacation!
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