Flounder's Nursery - Can my stroller stay w/my baby?

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  1. suzyqn

    suzyqn DIS Veteran

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    We are planning on dropping our 19 month old (who just started walking) off at Flounder's Nusery right before dinner each night.

    I was wondering if they allow strollers to be "parked" in there while our child is being taken care of. If not I want to be sure to allow time to go back to the room before taking her to the nusery.

    Thanks!
     
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  3. ldalvarado

    ldalvarado Mouseketeer

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    Why do you need a stoller? It is not far at all to walk from your stateroom to Flounders.
     
  4. suzyqn

    suzyqn DIS Veteran

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    You're right, I could drop it off ahead of time, but I thought I'd ask in case we were doing other things just before our reserved time for Flounders.
     
  5. kcashner

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    Reality is that you'll probably be going from your stateroom to Flounders regardless of what else you've been doing or are planning to do. You'll go back there for a diaper change, right?
     
  6. Olga

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    Yes, you may park your stroller at Flounders.
     
  7. nenner1

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    Yes you can, and they will likely fold it up and store it out in the entranceway (where the check in desk and window is.)
    That's what they did with ours! (our daughter was only 4 months old and often sleeping in it when we arrived they would just wheel her in and let her rest in her car seat and when she woke up, pop out the seat fold the stroller and store it out there.)
     
  8. suzyqn

    suzyqn DIS Veteran

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    Thank you for this information. It is nice to know that it is an option if needed.
     

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