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Ever since I had Smith I have basically been waiting for the day when he was old enough to take to and appreciate Disneyland, and that day finally came a few weeks ago! I had a lot of questions about taking my toddler, but it turned out great, so I wanted to share my tips if you are heading there this summer with a toddler too!
Smith decided he was finally ready to give up his pacifiers “to the babies” and we told him when he did, we would all go see Mickey Mouse at Disneyland! I am not sure he fully grasped what this meant, but he was ready to go none-the-less! We took him a few weeks ago for spring break and even though it’s less than an hour from where we live in LA, we decided to make a little trip out of it and stay at Disneyland Resort for the night before. This was we didn’t have to beat the weekday rush hour in the morning and we could just walk 5 minutes over to the park. Plus, they have great pools at Disneyland Resorts and Smith loves the water. We headed up on a Sunday and spent the afternoon by the pool before cleaning up to head to dinner with the characters. A few friends had told me dinner with the characters was a great thing to do for the toddler age because they love Mickey and crew so much right now. We booked Dinner at Goofy’s Kitchen right at Disneyland Resort and had so much fun. Smith got to meet Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Pluto, Chip and Dale and more! There was a huge buffet and parents could even order drinks! After dinner we headed back to our room to get a good night’s rest before waking up early to head to the park. The park opens at 8, but if you stay at the Disneyland Resorts, you can get in an hour early to either Disneyland or California Adventure depending on the day of the week, which is so awesome. We ended up not making it out of the room until 8 and after a Starbucks pit stop in downtown Disney we entered the park at 8:30 and were so excited to get the day started. It was beautiful weather and Smith was ready to ride some rides. We ended up making it at the park until 5pm and then we were ready to head home as our toddler was reaching his limits lol.
Here are a few tips for traveling to Disneyland with a toddler:
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