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Old 05-22-2010, 11:28 AM   #31
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How lucky you are getting to go for so long in August AND December!

You should have a hard time with crowds in Dec since you are getting out of there on the 23rd. I am hoping to be able to convince DH that we should go for a long weekend in Dec. hehe. We only have 5 vacation days to play with though and we are already using 2 in May and hopefully 1 in Sept. So we'll see.


My 9 month old is about 19lbs and I carry her effortlessly in the Ergo I just got. It was seriously like she wasn't even there! I'll trade you my Ergo for your Beco. If you don't want to trade, I'll be glad to take it off your hands. Course we have to take it over to thebabywearer.com since as "disers" money can't pass from one hand to the other. But as "thebabywearers" it can.
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Old 05-24-2010, 03:22 PM   #32
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How lucky you are getting to go for so long in August AND December!

You should have a hard time with crowds in Dec since you are getting out of there on the 23rd. I am hoping to be able to convince DH that we should go for a long weekend in Dec. hehe. We only have 5 vacation days to play with though and we are already using 2 in May and hopefully 1 in Sept. So we'll see.

My 9 month old is about 19lbs and I carry her effortlessly in the Ergo I just got. It was seriously like she wasn't even there! I'll trade you my Ergo for your Beco. If you don't want to trade, I'll be glad to take it off your hands. Course we have to take it over to thebabywearer.com since as "disers" money can't pass from one hand to the other. But as "thebabywearers" it can.
Thanks for coming over!

I feel soooo lucky to be able to go twice. I'm so glad DH can't pass up free food! lol

I have an Ergo that a friend let me borrow. I wish I had tried it before the Beco, because now it's like rocket science. I just can't figure it out, even though I think it's somehow actually easier? I need to get together with my babywearing friends, so they can help me figure this out. I know I'm just wearing her wrong. It should be more comfortable.

Let me mess around with it this week and maybe I will think about your offer! I got a great deal on it, so I'd pass that along...it's the Organic Panther Print:

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Old 05-27-2010, 09:38 AM   #33
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This may seem like a stupid thread, but my daughter will be 13 months during our trip in September and she flails during changing. I'm more comfortable changing her on one of the large stations rather than those small fold-down Koala things.

We went to WDW when she was 3 months and I made a mental note of some bathrooms to avoid for changing (this is, of course, if we're nowhere need the baby stations. Obviously, I know they're there )

MK-I believe all of the restrooms I used had the full-size station:
-by Town Hall
-by Tomorrowland Terrace
-by the Bazaar in Adventureland
-by Splash Mountain

Epcot-
-restroom to the right of SSE as you come in is full-sized, I believe the other side is as well
-I think American pavilion has a full-size station
there were a couple of restrooms in WS that only had the fold-downs. I believe Morocco was one of these

Studios-
I can't remember any specific in this park

AK
-restroom by the safari I believe has full-size
-restroom by exit of Kali RR is full-size
*restroom in seating area of Yak & Yeti counter service has NO changing station

Anybody have any definites they can add?
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Old 06-06-2010, 09:31 PM   #34
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Hi! I'm so glad I found your PTR! We're planning on taking DS to WDW in May 2011! He will be 16 months old. I've been looking for a TR to get tips off of! Liliana is adorable!
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Old 06-07-2010, 08:37 PM   #35
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I'm back today! I'll work on my trip report this week. I will say that Katie HATED the characters, at least up close. We finally got a pic with Mickey and Minnie this morning. She tolerated standing close to them, but didn't want them to touch her. She loved the shows, especially Playhouse Disney!
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Old 06-08-2010, 03:09 PM   #36
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Welcome!! Lily will be 17 months for the December trip, so I should have lots of stuff for you by the time you go!

He is adorable! Love the picture!

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I'm back today! I'll work on my trip report this week. I will say that Katie HATED the characters, at least up close. We finally got a pic with Mickey and Minnie this morning. She tolerated standing close to them, but didn't want them to touch her. She loved the shows, especially Playhouse Disney!
I can't wait to hear all about it. I've been contimplating skipping DHS, but I think Lily would love Playhouse Disney. And it's one of the few things DH and I have never done (imagine that! ) Plus the character greeting area after the animation studio thingy is a hidden gem, especially for the heat in August.

We've been taking Lily to see the local fuzzies for a LONG time, hoping she'll be okay with them. She really likes the Red Robin robin, but isn't too sure about the Chickfila cow. DH took her to Free Comic Book day and she apparently LOVED the stormtroopers.
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Old 06-08-2010, 03:24 PM   #37
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Here's Lily with her glasses...not that she keeps them on much anymore, I'm thinking about trying the ones that have the strap, but I'm sure she'll pull that off too.

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Old 06-08-2010, 03:25 PM   #38
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She was just in awe at Playhouse Disney. The "characters" there are smaller, and look just like they do on the shows. She danced, clapped, and yelled through the whole show. I wanted to do it again, but there was no time. I won't go during SWW again-the whole park was just too chaotic.
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Here's Lily with her glasses...not that she keeps them on much anymore, I'm thinking about trying the ones that have the strap, but I'm sure she'll pull that off too.

Too cute! I gave up on the glasses and fought the hat the whole trip. The sunscreen I ordered (from the New Moms thread) was great-no sunburn the whole trip. I couldn't keep her from rubbing her eyes when I did her face, but she never cried.
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Old 06-08-2010, 03:43 PM   #40
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Too cute! I gave up on the glasses and fought the hat the whole trip. The sunscreen I ordered (from the New Moms thread) was great-no sunburn the whole trip. I couldn't keep her from rubbing her eyes when I did her face, but she never cried.
That's good to know since it's the kind I have too! We've used it a few times with success.

It's Earth's Best, but it's also the Jason brand in case anyone is familiar. I got it at BRU when it was B1G1, but amazon has it too.

Jason's Natural Sunscreen

It gets one of the best ratings as a baby sunscreen, without costing a boatload like California Baby does.
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Old 06-08-2010, 04:41 PM   #41
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That's good to know since it's the kind I have too! We've used it a few times with success.

It's Earth's Best, but it's also the Jason brand in case anyone is familiar. I got it at BRU when it was B1G1, but amazon has it too.

Jason's Natural Sunscreen

It gets one of the best ratings as a baby sunscreen, without costing a boatload like California Baby does.
We have the Jason sunbrella too! It is the best...no dryness and no allergy for my DD!!! I also ordered sunblock from Shaklee (all natural products) and I will let you know how it is when it comes in...it is considerably pricier, though, but I wanted options!!

Lily looks adorable in her dress and sunglasses!! I am going to miss buying baby girl clothes--my DD is 6 and now likes to pick her own clothes

Have a great day!
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Old 06-09-2010, 09:38 AM   #42
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We have the Jason sunbrella too! It is the best...no dryness and no allergy for my DD!!! I also ordered sunblock from Shaklee (all natural products) and I will let you know how it is when it comes in...it is considerably pricier, though, but I wanted options!!

Lily looks adorable in her dress and sunglasses!! I am going to miss buying baby girl clothes--my DD is 6 and now likes to pick her own clothes

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Yes, please give us a review!

And girl clothes buying in my new addiction. I love to buy her little dresses that she has no occasion to wear!
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And girl clothes buying in my new addiction. I love to buy her little dresses that she has no occasion to wear!
Ellie wears 95% dresses all the time. She has nicer ones for church and sun dresses for every other time. She owns 1 pair of shorts that someone else bought and she has worn them once. She has a couple creepers, other than that she is in dresses.
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Ellie wears 95% dresses all the time. She has nicer ones for church and sun dresses for every other time. She owns 1 pair of shorts that someone else bought and she has worn them once. She has a couple creepers, other than that she is in dresses.
Lily wears a lot of capris right now since she's crawling so much. Her knees were getting all beat up.

Do you put the little diaper covers on under the dress? Either way it's much easier than pants and even shorts!
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Hi! Found your TR via TGM. I'll catch up on your posts tomorrow! Thanks for the link!
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