I have to preface this post by saying that we LOVE WDW and vacation there annually (and we live in Colorado, so it is quite a haul for us). We just got back from a 6-night stay at the Poly followed by three nights on the Wonder. On our third day, our 13-month-old DS was playing in the fountain splash area by the pool and slipped and fell. He immediately vomited. We kept an eye on him for the next few hours and he seemed to be fine. However, three hours later while waiting for our entrees to arrive at California Grill, he vomited again. We packed up our food and went back to the Poly where we called our pediatrician back home. He wanted us to take him to the ER to get a CT scan. We had no car with us so we had to rely on the complimentary Disney ambulance transport to get us to the ER in Celebration. All was well with our little one and six hours later we were back in our room. He did have a few more vomiting episodes over the next 12 hours but the doctor said that was normal if you suffer a concussion. My deal is that I found that whole splash area to be VERY dangerous. In fact, I was considering not letting him play in it just a few minutes before he fell (mother's instinct, I guess). As a mom of two very rough boys, I have a very high tolerance for that sort of stuff and I am not a hovering mother at all. I wish I would have listened to my gut but DS was having so much (as was I watching him). However, prior to his fall I saw three older kids take pretty major falls within a span of less than 20 minutes. DS is only 13 months, but he has been walking since 10 months so he is pretty steady on his feet, and he wasn't running (just merely toddling around as they do at that age). I am really in a quandry as if I should file some sort of complaint. If you have been to the Poly, you know that the splash area is on concrete which is VERY slippery. On the Wonder, the splash area had the foamy surface which was much less slippery. Like I said, we are huge Disney fans and this incident is definitely NOT going to deter us from going again. Nor do I want to get some sort of compensation out of this. Thankfully we had purchased trip insurance which should cover any OOP costs that we will incur for the medical attention. (but not the time we lost at the parks because of having to stay in our room and care for him) But I just have the nagging feeling that I should state some sort of complaint so that it is documented. The managers of the Poly were in our room within a few minutes of us calling for the ambulance so they are aware of what happened. But in all honesty, they didn't seem to be too concerned about the incident. Thoughts? Anyone else find this area dangerous or am I just reflecting my own feelings?