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Old 01-16-2013, 05:08 PM   #16
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1) You can bring infant food into eateries.
2) However, they will not heat or cook it.
3) It is a violation of health laws to take non-eatery food into the kitchen.
4) There is no way to determine if the food is germ-free.
Ditto.
My kid never had a problem eating room temperature or cold baby food, but I know some kids are very particular about the temperature of their food, so if your kids are, then stopping by a baby care center to warm it up in a microwave before checking in for your meal may be helpful.
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:52 PM   #17
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Thank you all! I honestly hadn't thought about needing food warmed yet- can you tell I'm a first time mom whose boys haven't had solids yet? They're starting tonight at dinner, so I'm sure I'll be more experienced by the time we're on vacation. I'll make sure to plan ahead and use the Baby Care Centers whenever possible. I am sure they will make our trip much easier!
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Old 01-16-2013, 06:35 PM   #18
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Thank you for asking this question. Our youngest will have his 1st birthday while we are there and this info is very helpful.
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Old 01-18-2013, 08:30 AM   #19
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Thank you all! I honestly hadn't thought about needing food warmed yet- can you tell I'm a first time mom whose boys haven't had solids yet? They're starting tonight at dinner, so I'm sure I'll be more experienced by the time we're on vacation. I'll make sure to plan ahead and use the Baby Care Centers whenever possible. I am sure they will make our trip much easier!
Not to turn this to a "how to parent" thread, but, I wouldn't start warming their baby food so they won't expect it to be warm when you are out and about....just thought I would give you some advise from a mom of 3.

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Old 01-18-2013, 03:46 PM   #20
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Not to turn this to a "how to parent" thread, but, I wouldn't start warming their baby food so they won't expect it to be warm when you are out and about....just thought I would give you some advise from a mom of 3.

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My boys are now 3 1/2, 2 1/2, and 6 months old. We go a few times a year (DVC members) and all of them went to WDW on their first trip before 3 months old. I'd say its easier before they really start walking to go. We always have snacks for the restaurants even for the big boys.

This last trip in december ds3 was about to turn 6 months and had just started solids. We do a combination of baby lead weaning (tables foods from the beginning approach) and purees. I mostly took stuff with us. The quick service restaurants do have some fruits like bananas so I got those there and carried it with us. If you are bottle feeding, the best thing I found this time around was this http://www.toysrus.com/product/index...ab&cagpspn=pla It was worth every penny on our last trip. In the mornings I would run water through the coffee machine in the room, pour it in this and it would stay hot all day. No needing to run find a cup of hot water or go to the baby care center.
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Baby food pouches are really convenient for this too. You can buy the spoons that screw onto the end of the pouch and it makes it so easy. I have taken baby food and fruit cups and goldfish and all kinds of things for my girls. It's no problem.
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I don't have the answer, but I have 4 month old twins...and all I can say is WOW. I don't want to try WDW until they are about 3 years old
Totally off topic but when we were in the World in October, we kept running into the same family that was seated next to us at dinner one night, aka: the family with 6 month old triplets! The babies were incredibly adorable but just the thought of taking 3 infants made me want to !
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Old 01-19-2013, 06:05 PM   #23
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I have taken kiddos from the age of 9 months on up. Never had a problem with food for them that I brought in. At CRT, I asked if I could have some hot water to make the baby cereal and they brought it out to me with no problems. There are also baby stations in each park that I took advantage of. They have a quiet room for nursing, changing stations, restrooms, and, for purchase, any baby items that you may need, even baby food. Another tidbit to help moms with lil ones - Most bathrooms have a vending machine with diapers and wipes.
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Old 01-20-2013, 12:13 PM   #24
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Thank you all so much! I really appreciate all of the advice and tips. And so will everyone vacationing around us, as the happier my boys and I are, the happier everyone else will be, too. You guys really are the best!
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Old 01-20-2013, 12:25 PM   #25
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Took my son at 8 months old and we always brought food for him when we were at a restaurant-no problem at all.We also were able to bring him in his stroller if he was sleeping if we asked.
Sometimes they will allow you to bring a stroller in, sometimes not. It depends on how full the restaurant is, and how helpful the CM feels at the time. You can't depend on it. We spent many meals at WDW taking turns eating while someone held the baby.
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Old 01-20-2013, 02:14 PM   #26
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Baby food pouches are really convenient for this too. You can buy the spoons that screw onto the end of the pouch and it makes it so easy. I have taken baby food and fruit cups and goldfish and all kinds of things for my girls. It's no problem.
Agree about the pouches. I don't have experience with baby food at WDW, as I brought my daughter when she was 2 months and we aren't going again until her 2nd birthday, but when we are out and about I brought those all the time. I still buy them for meals out or when she is at preschool even though she does not eat baby food any more. And she drank them straight out of the pouch - no spoon required! Although for younger babies, that spoon idea sounds great!
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