??About a one year and rides
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Okay I was reading my passporter. There are Alex's toddler tips. Has anyone really put their year and half year old kid on a ride?? I think she will sit fine. So can she ride Peter pan and Snow white??
They can absolutely go on the rides. I've taken my kids at various ages of 11 weeks, 7 months, and 22 months. In all cases, they sat right on my lap just fine. I suppose you could sit them on the actual seat next to you and hold on to them tightly, but then they can't see much. Plus I prefer the extra security in holding them myself!!
All of the rides in FantasyLand are great for them. We also did Pirates, Jungle Cruise, Buzz Lightyear, and TTA. (I'm sure I'm missing some in MK) She can absolutely go on the rides!!!
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Absolutely! DD's first visit was when she was 9 months old and we took her on many rides. Actually, moreso then than when we went last year when she was 3. Things didn't phase her at 9 months but at age 3 she was a little scared of Snow White and Pirates so we took a pass on those.
On top of all the rides listed above, my DD has enjoyed Spaceship Earth and the boat ride in Mexico (please forgive me for forgeting the name) in Epcot, among others. DH would just open his phone for light if the dark seemed to bother her.
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I took my DD to Disney when she was 14 months and she went on everything she met the height requirement for. She loved everything because at that age she didn't have a fear. I kept her on my lap so she could see and because it made me feel better but she had a fantastic time!! The best thing I did with her at that age was over at DHS. She knew all the playhouse disney characters and loved to see them in real life. It was too cute!!
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My DS was 11 mths when he started riding the rides. Took him on most that didn't have a height restriction. If he needed a nap we went to the Hall of Presidents. He was out like a light in a the first 5 minutes.
My DS7 was 21 months on his first trip to WDW and it was perfect - as others have said, they have no fear as a toddler, and I think they are so mesmerized by all the motion and activity going on in the rides that they really behave well and sit still. He always sat on my lap or with DH ofcourse, but he really was at the perfect age. It's age 3-7 you have to watch out for - their fears set in, they get restless, and their personalities come out
My youngest sons first trip was at 18 months, he loved the rides! When we went back in Oct, he was 2 1/2 & he still loves them. Our only problem is him not wanting to get off the rides when they stop. Enjoy & have fun!