We were at our local amusement park with our little one today and he had to keep getting measured at each ride to ensure he was over 36". One of the workers told us that we could go to guest relations to request an official height measurement and so long as he passed (of course) they would give him a special wristband or stamp so we wouldn't get measured at each ride with a requirement of over 36".
Since this park does not charge for anyone under the age of 3, its a special consideration for those under 3 but over 36".
It also saves us for those staff may turn us away since he is just 36”, as that did happen to us on a couple of rides even though he had ridden them once already.
Does Disneyland offer something like this?
I don't object to him get measured each time but explaining to a two year old why they have to stand against the pole to see how tall on those certain rides they are can get a bit redundant.