We are traveling down with our 4-year old in a couple weeks. According to my measurement, he is a little over 40", which means he finally gets to ride some of the cooler rides. Last I was there, they had to measure at every single ride, every single time. I was wondering why there was not a single place to measure and then give the kid a colored wristband to identify their measurement. This way to don't have to deal with it all the time. So I found this site: Disneyland Resort Introduces New Height-Measurement System as Part of Global Safety Program. | North America > United States from AllBusiness.com. What a great idea! Then I ran across a posting on hear opposing it because of the potential for people swapping the bracelets around. So my idea is why not give each kid a temporary tattoo on their hand to mark their height. They could not swap that.
What do you think? Do you remember when they were testing the other system? Was it really that bad? Should they make it standard? Have they already and I just don't know it??