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Old 03-26-2013, 10:29 PM   #34
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So, what happens if your children look older or younger than they actually are? My step daughter is 16, looks like she's about 12, and my son is 14, looks like he's about 20. My step daughter is 5 foot nothing, and my son is 6 foot. What happens then? Granted they are military dependents, so they both have ID's, but what if the gate person doesn't believe them? They've both been to WDW so many times they can navigate the parks in the dark, blindfolded etc.

Just wanted to know that. Some kids are older/younger than they look. I usually carry my son's ID, so what if he doesn't have it? Just throwing some loops in the mix
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