anyone have experience with this they'd like to give? thanks.
I nursed my first at Disney World about four different ages- the last was around 17 months old. Learning to nurse in a carrier was great, but very hot. I found several things that worked for me-
sitting in a quiet corner of the park with the stroller in front of me blocking the view of people
sitting at the end of rides (usually waiting for the person I was with to finish riding)- it is dark and quiet in these areas
finding rides that are dark and quiet to nurse during: Epcot has several (the planet Earth, the boat ride in Mexico, the Nemo ride, and the movie in Canada), also I have nursed on Pirates of the Carribean and the Lilo and Stitch ride- basically anything dark where you just sit for several minutes :)
There are also several nursing stations throughout the parks that are air conditioned, have changing tables, bathrooms, TVs and rocking chairs. They are awesome. They are just called baby stations and you can find them on the park maps. There are many, many moms with nursing toddlers in Disney- you will be amazed at how many you'll see. I also found a good nursing top with easy access to be helpful so that I could whip it out when needed to keep everyone happy.
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