Don’t Be Afraid To Take Your Baby To Disney

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Have you ever wanted to take your baby to a place like Disneyland but are hesitant because you just don’t know what it is like to take a baby there?  It can be a little intimidating, but it is do-able!  My friend took her 4-month-old and they had a 3-day hopper so after the first day, they were able to see what works with a baby in Disney and what does not work.

If you baby wear, definitely bring your baby carrier!  If you do not baby wear, this would be a good time to try it out!  Most babies get tired of being in their car seat for long periods of time, so they will become annoyed and fussy easily and that is no fun at the happiest place on Earth!  By using a baby carrier, your baby will feel close to you and it feels like you are just holding them against you so they may even fall asleep and allow you to enjoy yourself at Disneyland (or Disney World).

You will want to bring your stroller no matter what, because at some point your child will want to be rolled around (it helps them wind down and relax) and that gives you a break from carrying them.  Babies, no matter how small, can start to feel really heavy after a while!  Make sure to bring plenty of baby sun block and also a blanket if you are going during colder weather or at nighttime.  Also, make sure you try to get pictures with the characters!  The babies might not like it at first, but the pictures make great memories and you can always tell them how loud they screamed when Goofy got a little too close to them.

Make sure to bring plenty of snacks and drinks for your child also.  We all know how expensive food and drinks can be at attractions such as Disney and children tend to eat a lot so you will save a ton of money (and you can bring healthier snacks as opposed to the fried foods they sell there).

Do you have any tips for taking your baby or small child to Disneyland or anywhere similar?

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