I think babies are great at Disney! They’re easy-peasy compared to a toddler who wants to keep jumping out of her stroller! :laugh: Just keep your little one well-hydrated, and you’re good. You’re right, of course, about there being some rides that your little ones can’t do, but when mine were little, I’d find a nice quiet, cool spot to let them take a nap in their stroller while everyone else went off to ride the big rides. Occasionally, a grandparent would trade off with me and let me ride the big rides too and go rest with the baby. Any ride that didn’t have a height restriction, I just put the baby on my lap and off we went. On of my fondest memories is of my youngest, who is now 7. When she was 9 months old, we went in August. It was very hot, she was tired and everyone wanted to ride the Haunted Mansion. She was still nursing, so I grabbed a blanket out of the stroller, and she and I settled into a doom buggy alone, I covered her up and let her nurse. It was so nice and cool in there, she went right to sleep, and I was hot and tired too, so I just closed my eyes and relaxed while we had a quiet moment without her big sister and brother. When we came out, I put in her stroller and she took a great nap. That same trip, my little one fell in love with Pooh, and I have the sweetest pictures of her with him. Enjoy your time at WDW with your little ones! It is so magical for them!