I know what your thinking this is a funny subject coming from a guy. But I am no stranger to poopy diapers or feeding little ones. While visiting the parks with little ones can be challenging there are some little tricks my wife and I have learned to help make our vacations enjoyable for our little ones when they were still nursing or on the bottle.
Its funny our oldest daughter was only breast fed for 4 months before going to a bottle and our youngest who is now 1 will only take the breast and refuses a bottle. So we have experience with both at the Disney parks.
I will break this up by park to better assist you.
- Carousel of Progress – Sit towards the front of the theater for more privacy as many people sit in the back.
- Hall of Presidents – Sit towards the back, good show length.
- It’s a Small World – Ask for the back of the boat. We have had boats to ourselves before which was great.
- People Mover – High walls make for great privacy
- Pirates of the Caribbean – Ask for a front seat and hope you dont get wet
- The Enchanted Tiki Room – The far side of the theater is the best for privacy
- The Haunted Mansion – If your a family of 4 split up 2 x 2 for privacy
- Walt Disney World Railroad – You are outdoors so be warned
- Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros – Short ride so only good for a snack. If it is not busy they will let u go again if you ask.
- Impressions de France – Usually not busy
- Journey into Imagination with Figment – Short ride and noisy but can be done
- Living with the Land – Probably the best ride in all of WDW for feedings. Very calm and relaxing.
- Spaceship Earth – Very dark and very smooth. Our little one usually finishes at the top and loves going backwards
- The American Adventure – Long show sit toward the front left
- The Seas with Nemo and Friends – Short tide but doable
- Turtle Talk with Crush – If its not crowded sit at the back of the room on the floor
- Universe of Energy: Ellen’s Energy Adventure – Looooooong ride!
- Beauty & the Beast – Live on Stage – Can be done but very busy
- Disney Junior – Live on Stage – Sit off the the back of the room outside the yellow lines
- Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular – Can get really hot and noisy but we had done it in a pinch. Sat in the far back corner
- Studio Backlot Tour – Similar to a train, can be noisy
- The Great Movie Ride – Some parts are ok others can be very loud. I would worry more about the bad acting.
- Voyage of the Little Mermaid – Little one can get wet when it rains.
- Boneyard – A few benches outside the sandbox.
- Festival of the Lion King – Can get noisy
- Finding Nemo-The Musical – Same as Lion King can be noisy at times
- Flights of Wonder – Nice 20 minute show, not to loud
- Rafikis Planet Watch – The train on the way over is great, just wish it was a little longer.
Finally the Monorail, buses, and Friendship Boats are good too!
If I missed anything let me know but all of the rides above come from our experiences at the parks. Individual results may very depending on the baby, crowd levels, temperature, etc.
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