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Has anyone done Disney while pregnant. I am taking my youngest alone to Disneyland next week for 3 days (his prize for potty training). But since I am alone, there is noone else to take him on the rides. It looks like I can do virtually everything but roller coasters (which he is too small for anyway) and bumper car type rides. I have gone a bunch of time, just not while pregnant, and I have have still been running, biking and swimming, so baby it pretty used to being jostled around. Any thoughts?
You should be able to do most of the rides for little ones. And there are a lot of things besides rides, too. Like the parades, the food, the fireworks, the riverboat, the treehouse, the barbershop quartet, the cinema showing old time cartoons, the 4D movies, Innoventions, character meeting, the train, souvenirs, just SO much more than rides. (This list is from D-Land, with which I am most familiar.) And I really don't see anyone saying you can't ride Small World, or the carousel, or Dumbo, or Peter Pan while pregnant.
A cousin who is pregnant and has a toddler just went in September. She is due in November. She just said that she had no idea how exhausting and "un-fun" it would be for her. Personally I would skip Disney and do something less crowded/with more opportunities for me to join in on fun and not be on my feet as much. But that is just me knowing my limits.