I just read something disturbing in my Passporter that had I known before I wouldn't have booked this cruise. There are these two wonderful family pools. Great! No un-pottytrained kids allowed. Um, okay, understandable. "No swim diapers." WHAT!? How in the world are you going to keep an active, inquisitive toddler who loves the water and wants to be with her siblings out of the water??!! They are relegated to this "ear" that is basically a water fountain on steroids or something. Certainly not enough to keep my almost two year old happy. She'd rather play in the water!! Now, my DD who turns 2 on this cruise has been FULLY potty trained for months (even at night). I was going to pack swim diapers just to be considerate and safe in case she got too busy or excited to tell me. So here's the rub--if I put the swim diaper on her, she doesn't get to swim. If I DON'T, people (lifeguards?) are going to look at us sideways because she's so tiny and assume we're breaking the rules and polluting the water to boot (she have a pool at home and she asks to go potty here). That also applies to Flounders--I was going to buy and have to basically "untrain" her to send her there. She tells you and goes in there herself, but she still has to be physically put on the potty and wiped which they don't do there. And even tho she's trained she's way to young for Oceaneers. This just seems a bad age all around to be on this cruise. If it's going to be a "family" cruise, make it fun for ALL ages!! Maybe somebody can make me feel better about this out there. Because right now it doesn't seem like it's going to be so much fun for either me or her trying to keep her out of the pool and telling her "no, you can't get in there baby" and putting her in the diapers that she disliked so much she started pottying at 14 months. What else is there for her to do if she can't swim or play in the nursery with the other kids every once in a while??!!