Hello all. I'm new again to these boards so bear with me. I'm not pregnant yet but we are TTC for our second child. (DD is 3) We have a trip to Walt Disney World scheduled for this May which is our 10 year anniversary as well. If we get pregnant sometime soon, I will be about 3 to 4 months prego for the trip. Has anyone been prego or know someone who was prego during a trip to the World? Since it is our anniversary I don't want to cancel, but I still hope to have a good time if I am indeed pregnant. Any thoughts? And also, I know there are warnings galore for expectant mothers not to ride certain rides, but does anyone know if I would be able to get away with riding certain rides and not just "It's a Small World?" Would the rapids be ok? Thanks for the help. And Congrats to all on your pregnancy!!!!View Thread
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