I am seriously considering taking the baby to Disneyland in a few months. I know he’ll still be little, but I figure that he can get a photo with Mickey and take a look around the place. We get annual passes and kids under 2 are free so ….
“Disneyland has a BABYCENTER. Its a place where you can go for feedings/nursing. They have changing table/ child size potties/ they sell baby food/supplies etc! Most people dont know that they have this special area! So ask about it!” Yahoo
“These centers are fully staffed and feature nursing rooms with chairs, changing rooms, a feeding area with highchairs, a kitchen and main room with a t.v.. But the best thing about these facilities is the on-site baby-needs shop which offers formula, baby food, diapers, wipes, over-the-counter meds–anything you may need for your little one.” BabyZone
“After awhile, standing in lines and riding around in a stroller is going to get old, so stop by Toon Town – you’ll get to check out all the character’s houses and there are plenty of character photo opps, although I pretty much just let Fern run around and climb on everything in sight so that she could get out a little bit of energy. It was perfect.” DisneyBaby
Bring a stroller.
“Babies can pretty much go on every ride in Fantasyland, so that’s where you’ll want to spend most of your time. We rode on Small World, Dumbo and Peter Pan. The line for Dumbo is super long, so you may want to go there first.” DisneyBaby
Have you taken a baby between 4 months and 12 months to Disneyland?