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Old 05-05-2012, 09:24 AM
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We are traveling with another family in Oct. 2 of their 3 kids is under age 3. The older of the 2 will be turning 3 a month after our trip. Because he is a tall child etc for his age will WDW question his credibility & have us purchase a pass for him. What happens in this type of situation when entering the park turnstiles etc. He will more than likely be in a double stroller with the younger child.
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Children under 3 are free regardless of height, weight or hair color. Disney employees are not there to give guest a hard time on exact age of their kids. I'm sure the little one still knows to hold up two fingers!
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I really can't imagine anyone ever questioning - that would be so rude! -but I suppose you could carry a photo-copy of his birth certificate just in case. But I do recall that when we went with my nine year old, we never had to present any kind of PROOF of her age at any time. I remember that because I have a tiny older daughter who was 15 at the time and we were joking she could have passed for the child's rate.
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Both of my boys are very tall for their age and I've never been asked, but I also have also carried a copy of their birth certificates just in case. I wouldn't worry about it too much.
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