We had the best time on our Walt Disney World Vacation. Seriously, ya’ll, I did not want to come back to reality. We met up with our family and stayed at Animal Kingdom Resorts (which I HIGHLY recommend) and did the parks for two days.
Today I want to tell you about my experience at Magic Kingdom as a pregnant mom.
I honestly thought I was going to be tired and bored because there wasn’t going to be much for me to do and I was going to do so much walking that I was just going to get tired out, but actually that was not what happened at all! There were so many things I could do and I didn’t do hardly as much walking as I expected that I would.
Here is a list of rides, shows and features you can check out at Magic Kingdom when pregnant (of course, you have to do this at your own risk because every pregnancy is different so don’t overdo it!):
Casey Jr. Splash N Soak Station
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
Enchanted Tales with Belle (PS. This is ADORABLE! You have to check it out!)
It’s a Small World
Mad Tea Party (Although I would not really recommend this because it spins quickly. I did not feel comfortable doing this ride.)
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Peter Pan’s Flight
Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
Walt Disney World Railroad
Under the Sea ~ Journey of The Little Mermaid
Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor
Stitch’s Great Escape
Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover
Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress
Country Bear Jamboree
Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade
Tom Sawyer Island
The Hall of Presidents
Haunted Mansion (one of my favorites!)
Liberty Square Riverboat
Magic Carpets of Aladdin
A Pirate’s Adventure ~ Treasure of the Seven Seas
Pirates of the Caribbean
Swiss Family Treehouse (although there are a lot of steps so be very careful and take that into consideration.)
Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room
Additional Tips for Pregnant moms at Magic Kingdom:
1. Take Breaks
Rest on the benches whenever you get a chance! Don’t stay on your feet for too long without taking a break.
2. Sit down to Eat
You don’t have to eat at a fancy restaurant or anything, but when you do meals, sit down to eat. This will give you time off your feet.
3. Fast Pass
Standing in line for hours is going to be hard on your feet. Try to do fast passes for the lines that are generally pretty long.
They allow you to bring in water and snacks. Do it! Drink lots of water because you will be more active than usual while walking around the park.
5. Don’t stay all Day
If you can, break up your day. Go in later or go home early. This way you have time in the morning or evening to give your feet a break and rest a little.
Here are a few memorable moments from our Magic Kingdom trip:
Disclosure: Disney provided me with two park-hopper passes in exchange for my honest review of Walt Disney World. No compensation was received. All thoughts and opinions are, as always, 100% my own.