Stationary Seating for Expectant Mother

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  1. rodkenrich

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    Tinker-tude <font color=red>Proud Redhead!<br><font color=peac

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    When is your wife due? Many of the rides would probably be mild enough, like ET and Jaws. Shrek doesn't have moving seats, it's considered 4-D for other reasons. All of the shows are stationary and very enjoyable.
     
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    i would check out the website to find which rides have the stationary seating.
    a couple have been listed for you in the above post.
    Shrek also has motionless seats.


    http://www.universalorlando.com/amusement-parks/theme-park-overview.html


    i haven't used the motionless seats on rides in a long time.
    i only remember 3 of the rides that have them which is why i am giving you the link to see if there are others.
     
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    I'm sure she could go through the queue area on most of the rides. You may want to ask if she can sit in the child swap seats that they have for many of them. Several of them are really comfortable.
     
  7. phamton

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    There are stationary seating on Jimmy Neutron, Terminator, and Shrek. Depending on what her doctor says she can probably do many rides. Many of them don't move much more than a regular automobile or plane ride.
     
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    ::yes:: ::yes::
     
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    I have done this (quite a few years ago, I admit) but none of the ride attendants objected to me walking the queue with my DH and then waiting alone for a short time in the child swap area. :thumbsup2

    I also remember having to stand on a large yellow square inside TWISTER all by myself - it was a stationary platform. ;) It wasn't obvious that I was pregnant, and lots of people were giving me puzzled looks. :confused3 I figured they were thinking "that woman must be sulking with her DH that she's standing wayyy over there!" :lmao:
     

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