Mom And Daughter; Animal Kingdom
  • On Jul 15, 2011
    Kathleen from WA 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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    Hello! We're going to WDW in March and detest sunshine. Would it be a big pain and/or really weird to bring small umbrellas to the parks to keep the beast at bay? We'll also have hats, sunscreen, etc., but might want that extra bit of protection. Thanks!

    Hello, Kathleen!  Welcome to the Moms Panel!

    Oh, I can already feel the heat, especially since I live in Texas!  You are certainly more than welcome to bring along your umbrella.  I usually pack a small one with every visit, too.  With Florida weather, you never know when that rain shower will come along as well.

    Thank you so much for visiting the Moms Panel.  Please join us again real soon should any new questions or concerns pop-up.  We are always ready to help our guests plan the vacation of a lifetime.  May your upcoming Walt Disney World vacation be filled with many new and MAGICAL memories!

    ~Have a MAGICAL day and "SEE YOU REAL SOON"!~
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Hello! My name is Diane and I am a mother of three great boys (ages 21, 17 and 16) and a fantastic wife from the great state of Texas!   A Walt Disney World vacation will leave you with many beautiful memories to last a lifetime. Learn More About Diane

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