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24.6 #7241 DL Qual #2703 1-9-13 8:12PM
My son is 40 1/2" with his shoes on. We are oping he is able to get on RSR. If not we know that is only for his safety. Any parents ever been forced to take their children's shoes off for a ride?
Not yet. - MeridasHair   346.5 #787 1-9-13 8:13PM Like  Reply
No. But some of the measuring sticks are slightly different than others - Mouse4life   1850.9 #111 1-9-13 8:14PM Like  Reply
They won't make him take his shows off but I've heard real height and Disney height aren't always exactly the same lol - lostgirl7988   697.8 #341 1-9-13 8:16PM Like  Reply
I've never been asked to take my 4 year old cousins shoes off when we take her.we rarely have to measure her anymore, but, when we did, her shoes always stayed on. - MrsDisneyMommy29   280.3 #1203 1-9-13 8:16PM Like  Reply
No they measure with shoes on. - DSNYCheeks3   868.1 #259 1-9-13 8:41PM Like  Reply
Ya. No worries. They won't make him remove his shoes. - ZERO   308.8 #990 1-9-13 8:52PM Like  Reply
Lucky! My 3year old is 39in!! (I'm a short guy myself...) so we can't get on the big kid rides just yet...I just tell him soon enough :) - Jfigg23   257.8 #1419 1-9-13 10:20PM Like  Reply
Not all CMs are created equally. We verified that Cannon could ride RSR with the CM at the stick, went back to leave the baby with family and got him all hyped up to go and they shift changed and the new CM was pushing his head down with her fingers. I was livid. He would stand there, hit the bar and she would slide her fingers back and say he was a half inch short. At 40 and a half, he should be just as tall as to top end of the measure sticks, you won't have a problem. - cynDOLEwhip   1175.7 #186 1-9-13 10:32PM Like  Reply
That sucks! Similar thing happened with my 4 y/o a yr ago for TOT my husband was taking him measure at the gate and was fine but when they are literally about to board the elevator the CM was kinda rude (from what i gathered) measured and didnt let him on, after he had been on almost all other big rides :/ oh well. I was nervous for him at that time anyways 😏 - qbnmama  111.8 #3589 1-9-13 10:43PM
It's safety which I totally understand but it was a very awkward and frustrating experience. Even the other CM at the front saw that he was good to go but I think she was training him and used us as a (bad) example of how important it is. He just stood there and gave us sympathetic eyes. - cynDOLEwhip  1175.7 #186 1-9-13 10:47PM