My family will be in Disney World this August. We bought the tickets that included water parks since we know that it will be hot. Right now we think that we will only do one water park on one day. I'm thinking that Typhoon Lagoon will be our choice but am interested in others opinions on this as well. I do have some questions: 1. My kids are used to wearing goggles when in the water, especially if there is any chance of getting splashed in the face - are they allowed to wear goggles on the slides? 2. My son is 6, will just barely be 7 when on our trip. However, he is currently 56 inches tall and probably a couple more inches by the trip. Will he be allowed to play in the Ketchakiddee Creek area? Even though he is big, he still likes the things that normal 6-7 year olds like. 3. Speaking of my son, he isn't going to go down any slides on his own - which slides allow for two or more at the same time? I'll keep going with this, not only is he big for his age, he has dyspraxia - essentially meaning that his muscles are weak and his motor skills are about 3 years below average. We manage at the parks with lots of park bench breaks and a GAC. I'm concerned about the amount of stair climbing - I know they don't have GACs, but are there any elevators or other alternatives in case he needs it? 4. Last one - the wave pool - is it too intense to play in? Is it more intense at some times than others? Sorry for all the questions and thanks for any help!