For months, I have been doing the usual research and meticulous planning for our trip coming up in May. Two days ago, I even showed my DW my beautiful spreadsheet that lays out every step of our vacation. I was ready to sit back and relax for the coming weeks as I’ve already done the hard work of planning. Then my DW yesterday goes and rips the entire things to shreds… (Well, not really, I’m being dramatic). She goes on to tell me that she’s 5 weeks pregnant. We were both surprised, nervous, and freaking out (we have a 2 year and 1 year old right now), but after the initial shock, we are extremely happy, up for the next challenge, and ready for another baby to love.
Yay, Congrats, blah blah, none of you know me or my family, so keep it on the down low. That’s not why I am bringing it up. Last time we did Disney in late 2019, my wife was pregnant, so we mostly know the drill. With two little kids already, it’s not like we were going to be hitting things too hard anyways and sticking to mostly rides for the family.
Questions I have:
RoTR has a pregnancy warning. While none of you are her Dr and we will likely be playing it safe, I am just asking about the motion of the ride. Is it much different than say TSM? Even that ride can jerk you around, but doesn’t have a pregnancy warning.
With COVID, are the QS restaurants allowing dining indoors, such as Cosmic Rays? I thought I read that you can only enter if you have a MO. Are you able to eat inside there only with a MO? Can we just walk in and sit down to enjoy some AC and take a break?
What are some peoples favorite spots in the parks to have their kids take a nap in the stroller, or do you just do it on the move? In the couple times we have gone with our little ones, we mix it up, but one of our favorite quiet spots in MK was in between Speedway and Space Mountain, near the exit of SM.
Any other tips for us as I try to keep the kids and DW from all being exhausted? Oh and I should mention, we are staying off site and my wife would never leave the parks early, pregnant or not. If we paid for a full day, she wants the full day.