I agree with pretty much every other poster on this thread, take the stroller! If you find it more of a bother than a help, you can always leave it in the room. We didn't start going to DL until our kids were 6 and 8 but one trip we did go with my twin nieces who were just a month shy of 4. My brother and his wife opted not to stroller and they did fine, on the other hand, it did at times complicate things for the rest of us. I remember one night when we were going from the Disneyland Hotel to Ariel's Grotto. We had taken a brief break at the hotel but other than that, the girls had been on their feet all day long. My husband and I finally had to carry them because they were so tired and let me tell you, I was longing for a stroller! And it would have made it nicer for my kids (who were 8 and 10) hada their cousins been in a stroller. Did it ruin the trip? Of course not and again, my nieces did very well. But in my opinion, it would have been nice for everyone on the trip if we had had a stroller for them. I don't see anything wrong with parents maximizing the enjoyment of their trip and I doubt very seriously that kids in strollers, at Disneyland in particular, are a reason for last problems for the kids or anyone else! That website is awful, and makes me thankful I have better things to do with my time than judge others for how they tour themeparks with their children or parent in general. If I had the time to create a website, I hope I'd do something more worthwhile than that site.