Resorts & Accomodations Discuss Infant needs in the Vacation Planning forums; Hello, me and my family are staying at the Disney's All Star resort i'm bring my 1 year old baby and she is still on the bottle she drinks milk ...
Hello, me and my family are staying at the Disney's All Star resort i'm bring my 1 year old baby and she is still on the bottle she drinks milk is there anywhere i can buy milk for her.:mickey:
Most of the hotels(I have never stayed at the All Star)sell milk and other food items in their gift shops(for a price of course). Milk can also be found at every restaurant. If you have a car, and a fridge in your room you may want to purchase milk off property, and keep a cold pack in the diaper bag.
Maggie's right, you can get milk at the resorts and in the food courts, as well as the restaurants. All Star Resorts do not have refrigerators, unless you request one and then pay $10 a day for it.
Please, please, please be very careful carrying around milk in the Florida heat. It spoils very quickly, even with ice packs (I believe there is a kind made of blue gel that last longer, but plain old ice packs melt too fast). You will want to bring along dish soap and a bottle brush to scrub her bottles clean.
Other good things to know:
Disney also has Baby Care Centers in each of the 4 theme parks, which are great places to take a break with your little one and handle all your baby's needs. And in an emergency, almost all the shops have diapers for sale - usually under the counters, so you may have to ask - they have like one or two diapers and a small pack of wipes.
Have a great trip!
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Thanks for the information.
alternative to milk if she can drink it is the pediasure in the plastic bottles. They dont have to be refridgerated and have a ***** type top to reseal them if they dont drink it all. Once unsealed they will keep about 4 hours in normal temps but the heat would shorten that time considerably. I cant remember the ages that drink them but if she is already on milk she should be fine with them ---ASK the doc to make sure tho.
P.S. the chocolate flavor is really good, strawberry is so-so, vanilla is tasty, and the banana is YUM
keep the big boy(aka hubby) away from them or you wont have enuf for the kid LOL