We took our then 7.5 month old baby boy to WDW in April and are planning to go again in a couple weeks when he’s 16.5 months old. During the last trip we did very little. It was more about just being there. He was on full milk and was napping a lot. We used the baby care centers but weren’t huge fans (except for the fact that diaper changes were more comfortable than the restroom areas.) We spent very little time in the parks because the new Disney resort room refrigerators do not have freezers. We had no way to refreeze our ice packs at night, and therefore, could not keep his milk cold for very long during our park time. Guest Services kindly offered for Bell Services to freeze them for us but when we picked them up each day they were barely frozen ♀️ This time around I’m expecting to be in the parks more and since we didn’t have much experience in the parks last time, I’m now full of questions. 1. Will our stroller have to stay outside of all dining establishments? 2. How hard is it to find high chairs at counter service locations? 3. Do the parks/resorts offer organic whole milk options like Horizon? *we’d bring our own, but the ice pack freezer issue would be the problem 4. Are there toddler snacks/pouches available at any of the resort counter service/grab n go/gift shop locations? Trying to decide how much to bring or Garden Grocer 5. Any suggestions for places his dad and I can chill/explore that are a little quieter if he falls asleep in the stroller while we’re touring the parks? He’s a light sleeper so last time we found it was too loud/bright/hot for him to nap much in the stroller. Not sure if it’ll be different this time. What else do I need to know that I haven’t thought of? Tips? Thanks so much!! Update from our Jan 2019 trip with him at 17 months old on Page 4!