Pack 'n Play

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  1. CRSNDSNY

    CRSNDSNY <img src="http://www.wdwinfo.com/images/silver.jpg

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    Is there a pack and play in the closet of all DVC rooms?
     
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  3. HookdonWDW

    HookdonWDW <font color=990066>Yankee Girl in a Southern Belle

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    There is a pack 'n play in all of the DVC rooms. It isn't always in the closet. At BCVs, they are sometimes in the coffeetable/chest in the l/r. If you have a 2 BR, there are usually two pack 'n plays. If for some reason there is no pack 'n play in your room when you check in (this has never happened to us in over a dozen DVC visits), a quick call to housekeeping should take care of the problem.
     
  4. ryoung

    ryoung MN Lakes Dad

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    Pardon my ignorance, but what is a pack n" play?

    Randy
     
  5. mbb

    mbb <font color=green>Wishin' & Clappin' & always Beli

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    collapsable - though not when baby is in it!! - portable crib...much like a "playpen"...not as big.

    You can see them at www.abbf.com

    :sunny:
     
  6. ryoung

    ryoung MN Lakes Dad

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    Thanks. No wonder I didn't know. My kids are 20 years away from that, and I'm beginning to worry, 20 years for grandkids.

    Randy
     
  7. kweaver

    kweaver DIS Veteran

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    You can also request a full sized crib, if that will work better for you.
     
  8. CRSNDSNY

    CRSNDSNY <img src="http://www.wdwinfo.com/images/silver.jpg

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    Is there a fee for this?
     
  9. KarenP99

    KarenP99 DIS Veteran

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    Does anyone know if HHI has the full sized crib? If so, would it fit in the master bedroom? I remember the pnp being a tight fit in our 1BR at the BWV.
     
  10. DVCDawn

    DVCDawn Mouseketeer

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    There is no fee for requesting a crib, however, I do have two suggestions.

    1. Request it prior to your arrival (at time of reservation if possible).

    2. Be sure to bring your own set of crib sheets. The crib comes to the room made up with sheets, however, they simply fold a flat sheet to fit. A standard fitted crib sheet would be much safer. I also always make sure to bring my own baby blanket too.

    ::MinnieMo
     
  11. kweaver

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    I don't know if there are full sized cribs available at HHI. Might be worth a call to the resort. The specs on SSR on the WDW site show full sized cribs available at no charge.

    From walking through the models, it seems like a crib would fit somewhere in the master BR.
     
  12. AreWeThereYet

    AreWeThereYet <font color=blue>Hopes to find bliss one day!<br><

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    you can request a high chair as well. Just called member services last night and requested one (and had about 30 other things I enquired about). No problem - it's on the request.
     
  13. Jacksmom99

    Jacksmom99 <font color=0099FF>Meredith's mom too!!<font color

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    Anyone know what kind of highchair? Are they the wooden ones like in the restaurants? DD will be 2 when we go in August. When DS was 2 he got stuck in a highchair at LeCelliers. Can you request a full size one, or should I bring my booster seat from home?
     
  14. mom2alix

    mom2alix <font color=teal>I know he is always on my side<br

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    The high chairs at HHI are the wooden ones like the have at restaurants, or at least that's what we had last time we were there.
     

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