Mom And Daughter; Magic Kingdom; Cinderella's Castle; AA; Mickey Balloon
  • On Mar 30, 2009
    Grisel from IL 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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    In 2 weeks I will be visiting Disney World w/ my daughter. She is 2 years old and she is a tall 2 year old. She can pass for a 3 or 4 year old. I noticed that children under 3 are free at parks. Will I have to prove that she is 2 and how so?

    Hi Grisel and thanks for the great question.  My third daughter is also tall for her age, and in all my years of going, with all three of my girls, no one has ever questioned their ages.  If you are staying at a Disney property, you registered your children's ages with your CM that took your reservation (or you entered it online), so that will prove her age.
    I truly don't think one person is going to say a thing to you and you are absolutely correct that she is free!  Isn't that a wonderful thing to know.  And you know if it makes you feel more comfortable, why not make a copy of her birth certificate and throw it in your bag.  I don't believe you will ever have to pull it out, but it might give you peace of mind.  I hope she has a fantastic time at WDW.  You are taking her at one of my favorite ages because everything is so magical through their eyes.  Enjoy and don't hesitate to email the Mom's Panel with any other questions.
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Meet the Panelist: Jennifer, Georgia

I am Jennifer, a Georgia native, wife and mother to 3 incredible young women.  I own my own marketing and public relations firm and absolutely love my job. In my spare time (ha!), I enjoy hanging out with family and friends, reading, playing tennis and occasionally running a runDisney race.  For my family it doesn't get any more magical than a Walt Disney World vacation. Learn More About Jennifer

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