We are planning on taking our kids to WDW for the first time (shh...it's a SURPRISE!), and have been researching, researching, and researching some more. I was looking at the menus at many of the restaurants, and I am seeing the same exact, and very limited offerings over, and over again. My son likes to eat, but he really tires of typical "kid" fare, and likes variety. He has autism, and in the past has had an extremely limited diet, and is now venturing out into the big wide world of food choices. He's finally excited about something other than mac and cheese, and plain burgers! Is it possible to purchase the adult plan for our youngest even though he fits within the kid's age dining range? I know if he's sitting at a table with three of us with a nicely varied menu, and lovely deserts at the end of the meal, he's going to be ticked off when he looks at his 2-3 choices and chocolate chip cookie. Initially, my husband and I thought we could just share our meals with him, but then we realized that's against dining policy. I don't want to be deceitful on his age when making reservations, can we just purchase the upgraded meal plan for him?