I just got back from a great (if exhausting) trip to WDW. Right before we left my 8-month-old dd developed some respiratory problems and we were told she would have to use a nebulizer every four hours. We were worried that we would have to take turns staying with her in the hotel room, but as it turns out that wasn't the case. In addition to the terrific baby care stations in all the parks, we were able to find outdoor electrical sockets near a bench in the shade almost everywhere we happened to be at the time. The exception was in Mickey's Toontown Fair in MK...we had to hang out in the ladies room for that treatment. Not the most comfortable spot, but everyone was understanding about me being a bit in the way. So, if you have a child that needs a nebulizer, it doesn't have to cramp your style.