Anyway, it turns out Disney World is a somewhat different experience in a wheelchair. I learned a few things, which I've decided to list here...
1. An occupied wheelchair with its brakes on will slide backwards on an inclined moving walkway. And if the moving walkway isn't moving? Well, my nephew can attest to the fact that the incline is a bit too steep at the end of the Space Mountain exit.
2. A wheelchair will get you onto some rides faster than a Fast Pass. Most notably: Splash Mountain.
3. Kids can recover from having their feet run over by a wheelchair very quickly.
4. Surprisingly, Disney World can be exhausting even when you're sitting all day.
5. A wheelchair makes it take much longer to get onto some rides than a normal line. Most notably: Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
6. People have no concern for the health of their ankles. This is obvious, because they will often step directly in front of a moving wheelchair and stop abruptly.
7. The best time to have a wheelchair in Disney World? When waiting for the fireworks. No sitting on the ground for an hour. Booyah.
8. Most rides have lines that are big enough for wheelchairs, which means you're not going to get through any faster or slower than you would if you didn't have a wheelchair.
9. Lowering your line of sight to a lower level makes it obvious that very few people look good in short shorts. Ew.
10. Baxter is the best 16-year old nephew in the world. Thanks for pushing me around!!