I was wondering if you could tell me if this would be legit in terms of riding Soarin' and Test Track without a lot of wait or without risk of our FastPass return times being too far out. Our trip is mid-September and we are going to Epcot on a day where Josh puts it as "Recommended". I know crowd levels should be low, so maybe all this is a moot point, but I wanted to run it by you just in case...
OK, so picture this: Epcot opening: DH and DS (age 5.5) grab FastPass for Test Track while me and DD (age 3.5) grab FastPass for Soarin'.
DD will have zero interest in riding Test Track because it will be too fast/scary for her, so I thought DH and DS could ride it during the FP return time, and also grab a rider swap ticket (with me and DD present while they grab rider swap) so I can ride it with DS later. Then, over on Soarin' DH and DS would ride the ride during FP return time and grab a rider swap ticket (again, I'd be present with DD), and then I would ride it with DD using that rider swap. Does that work? Or do you have to use the same kid to ride the ride again?
Just wondering, since Test Track and Soarin' seem to be kind of far apart form each other, and I don't want to push FP return times out too far since we will be taking mid-day breaks from the parks to relax.
Would this approach be frowned upon? Or is it legitimate? DD will be right at height requirements for Test Track and Soarin', but would be too scared to ride Test Track. To clarify, my fear is that if we grab FP for Soarin' then have to race over to ride Test Track (or vice versa) as a group, we'd have to wait forever, and with two smaller kids, I'm trying to strategize how to minimize waits.
Thanks, and I hope this makes sense!