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The great stroller dilema

RememberWhen

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Thanks again. Ive looked again and the GT could be a good option. Son is under the weight limit but does measure at exactly 48 inch so I think at least for this trip we may get away with that.

I hope we like Vero, bought a 100 point DVC contract for there without ever being before :p
That’s awesome! We went to Vero when I was a kid, but I don’t really remember much about it. I hope it’s an awesome, slightly Disneyish, beach vacation! And I hope they bring back the character meal before your trip. We’re doing a beach trip in December (sadly not at Vero) but I’m hoping we can drive down there for a visit.
 
I have been following this thread for a while, as we were back and forth on the stroller issue for our trip in Sept. My daughter had just turned 6, and we really worried about her ability to keep up in the heat and humidity that time of year. We ended up opting not to take the stroller. We were stunned on how she ran us Disney vets into the ground. We did multiple days over 8 miles, and she was constantly pushing us to keep going. She has an average activity level in daily life, no sports etc., but had zero issues walking with regular stops for rest in the parks. Hope that helps.

Jennie
 

jaklgreen

Well-Known Member
I have been following this thread for a while, as we were back and forth on the stroller issue for our trip in Sept. My daughter had just turned 6, and we really worried about her ability to keep up in the heat and humidity that time of year. We ended up opting not to take the stroller. We were stunned on how she ran us Disney vets into the ground. We did multiple days over 8 miles, and she was constantly pushing us to keep going. She has an average activity level in daily life, no sports etc., but had zero issues walking with regular stops for rest in the parks. Hope that helps.

Jennie
Yep, kids that age have been able to physically handle activity(like WDW) forever. It is only recently that parents feel like kids are not able to handle this level of physical activity. I really don't understand why.
 

mkt

Disney's Favorite Scumbag
Premium Member
Our usual park stroller is our Baby Jogger Mini City GT2, but occasionally when we have to travel in a few weeks, we take our Contours Bitsy Elite to get our son reacquainted to rolling around in that tiny thing (it fits perfectly in an overhead compartment)
 

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