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  • It was not hard AT ALL being at Disney with an infant, given that we had all the necessary equipment and were very familiar with the parks and amenities. I would like to encourage anyone who is considering visiting Disney, but is concerned about doing it with an infant. Depending on your infant’s personality, it can be either manageable or very easy. Disney has done a decent job making the parks baby friendly (they could do better, but what is in place already is good enough) and with spousal help, it is definitely manageable and can be fun. I would even consider going to Disney on my own with Alexis, if Andrew is ever too busy, as long as I have the right equipment (read: the right carrier and/or stroller)

    It was not hard AT ALL being at Disney with an infant, given that we had all the necessary equipment and were very familiar with the parks and amenities. I would like to encourage anyone who is considering visiting Disney, but is concerned about doing it with an infant. Depending on your infant’s personality, it can be either manageable or very easy. Disney has done a decent job making the parks baby friendly (they could do better, but what is in place already is good enough) and with spousal help, it is definitely manageable and can be fun. I would even consider going to Disney on my own with Alexis, if Andrew is ever too busy, as long as I have the right equipment (read: the right carrier and/or stroller)

  • So parental types, have you traveled to a Disney destination with an infant? What were your dining strategies? Did some types of restaurants work better than others? Let us know in the comments below — we’d love to learn from you!

    So parental types, have you traveled to a Disney destination with an infant? What were your dining strategies? Did some types of restaurants work better than others? Let us know in the comments below — we’d love to learn from you!

  • This past September, our annual family Walt Disney World trip was made even more magical with our newest addition in tow. Our baby girl, Neriah, was born in May and had just turned four months old before our trip. It was surprising how many looks we received and comments that were made regarding our baby. I’d like to think it is because she is so cute, but I know some fellow guests were commenting on the size of our brood, while others couldn’t believe we would venture to Walt Disney World with an infant. We were stopped quite a few times by expectant parents who asked “what’s it like being here with a baby?”. While spending the day at the park with an infant can present itself with a few more challenges than with older children, it is by no means impossible and should not deter you from visiting .Walt Disney World Here are my Walt Disney World tips when traveling with an infant.

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Practicalities aside, how do you tour a Disney park with an infant? Well, it’s different. Forget the complete commando Disney experience: You’ll only frustrate yourself trying to keep the pace you normally would. Slowing down a bit can have it’s advantages as you’ll see and experience things you might normally miss. This may be trip where you find a quiet spot and perfect the art of people watching, a thoroughly enjoyable activity in the World.