Yesterday we took JD on his first trip to Disneyland. As a new mommy, the thought of taking my 7 month old to an amusement park seemed a bit overwhelming, but the happiest place on earth made this trip a breeze.
My best friend who visits Disneyland monthly (she’s a season pass holder), with three girls the youngest a year old, introduced me to Disneyland’s Baby Care Center and I was pleasantly surprised. The Baby Care Center offers a place to take care of all your little one’s needs. When visiting the center you will find a very nice, clean and comfortable changing room with padded, spacious changing tables, kitchen facilities with a sink and microwave for warming food & bottles, miniature-sized potties, perfect for your newly potty trained toddler and highchairs for feeding and snack time. They have a private area for breastfeeding moms and a quiet comfortable area for bottle feeding also. If you happen to forget anything, you can purchase diapers, pull-ups, wipes, pacifiers, powder, formula, baby food & several other "necessities". The staff is super friendly and very helpful too.
This is definitely a wonderful service offered at Disneyland, if you’ve never been there and have small children, stop by, you will love it (you may not want to leave). You can find the Baby Care Center at the end of Main Street next to First Aid.