|03-03-2014, 07:42 PM||#1|
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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Up North, England.
Bathroom Breaks and Children
I was advised to post here, as I'm a bit worried about our upcoming trip and I'm really hoping for some tips!
We're coming to WDW for the first time (yay!) this August, with our three nieces. My middle niece will be 13, and suffers from a number of bladder problems due to having contracted meningitis as a child.
The biggest problem she faces, is that she is very rarely aware that she needs to go to the toilet until she needs to go right that minute and we have to do a bit of a dash for the nearest bathrooms.
We have done theme parks before, including Disneyland Paris, and our plan is to take regular bathroom breaks, going before any rides which we know have a big queue... but inevitably she will need to go at some point, and with 14 days in WDW she (and I) are anxious about what will happen if we have to repeatedly leave an attraction queue. I don't expect this to happen all the time, but during our six days at Disneyland Paris, we needed to leave and re-enter ride queues maybe nine or ten times.
Would be be able to return to our place in the queue, if we ask the rest of our party to wait and let others pass until we return? Or would this annoy others in the queue? Or, should I explain that should this happen and we need to leave the queue, we'll have to join the back of the queue or perhaps miss the ride out this time?
I know re-entering ride queues is a contentious issue on the boards, so I'm sorry if this offends anyone!
Thanks in advance!
One very anxious aunty x
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