Rides for a 11 mth old?

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  1. bbinnsGA

    bbinnsGA Earning My Ears

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    What will our 11mth old be able to ride? Obviously we would have to be able to ride with her.

    OT but What is the height for the race track??
     
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  3. RedHeadedFairy

    RedHeadedFairy DIS Veteran

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    A surprising amount! Small World, Peter Pan, Buzz Lightyear, there's the waterplay area, parade, Dumbo, Country Bear Jamboree, Jungle Cruise,
    Aladdin, Winnie the Pooh, Monsters, Inc., Pirates of the Carribbean (If she's adventurous & ok with the noise & dark parts), Tom Sawyer Island, Tiki Birds & whatever shows etc you happen to catch.

    The Speedway ride at Magic Kingdom is 32" height requirement, the Test Track at Epcot is 40". (But currently closed for refurbishment, I believe.)
     
  4. ElenaRN

    ElenaRN Mouseketeer

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    Your child can ride anything that does not have a height requirement.

    We took DD at 11 months. She rode plenty of stuff. Basically all the rides in Fantasyland- IASW, Dumbo, Peter Pan, Pooh, Snow White was still there at the time.
    She also rode the Haunted Mansion, Jungle Cruise, Buzz, Magic Carpets, People Mover.

    Not sure about the Speedway, but the fumes from that always give me a headache, so I stay away from that ride most of the time.
     
  5. bbinnsGA

    bbinnsGA Earning My Ears

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    Awesome!!!!!!!!! Shes only 3 mths now so its hard to imagine her on those but they were always my favorites as a kid :lovestruc (besides IASW...shoot me now)
     
  6. kohlby

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    My youngest's first trip was at 11 months. (And I've had kids younger than that twice, including 2 months old!) There's a lot! I can't remember what the minimum is on the Speedway. We didn't look to see what the minimum height was when he was 11 months for him - since it was a little complicated with all three kids under the drive alone height. (So hubby went with the oldest and we did rider swap for the middle child). He was plenty tall enough this last trip at 2.5 years old though.
     
  7. MommytoaSweetie

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    Yep, I'll just give a "ditto" to the others' responses... they can do so much! Also, if you have an Ergo or similar carrier, it can be a lifesaver, because you can wear your child on many rides (on your front of course)... when my younger DD was 10 months, she went in the Ergo half the time just because it was fast - you can still get through Fantasyland in the first hour and just park the stroller :) - and it became her comfortable nap place (she'd "ask" to go in when she was tired), which worked out great for us because we could still do rides while she slept. :) So yeah, they can pretty much do anything without a height requirement, and you'll have a great trip!!
     
  8. ElenaRN

    ElenaRN Mouseketeer

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    DITTO!! I loved my Ergo that trip!!
     
  9. Crystal824

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    There is alot she can do. We took DD at 9 months. She loved just watching everything. We took her again at 21 months. She was even more fun because she LOVED characters. Daddy, was happy because she was tall enough to do the Speedway. We are taking her again in November. She will be 2 and a half. I think this time is going to be even more fun.
     
  10. bbinnsGA

    bbinnsGA Earning My Ears

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    We have a ergo and a mei tei and they both are being brought LOL. I wear my 2 year old and her almost constantly so I dont think I could leave home without it LOL. In fact shes 3.5 mths and only seen the inside of a stroller once because a friend and I wanted to see her reaction when we went on a walk.

    Thank you for the responses!!!
     

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