I’ve taken both of my kids to Disneyland for the first time, when they were about 3 weeks old. So I know lots of tips & tricks for doing the “magic kingdom” with little ones in tow. & although most of the bathrooms at Disneyland (both male & female) have baby changing tables, Disneyland provides a special “haven” just for parents of little ones…. the Disneyland Baby Center. In the Disneyland Park, the Baby Center is located at the end of Main Street, USA, near the Plaza Inn. In the California Adventure Park, the Baby Center is found next to the Mission Tortilla Factory in the Pacific Wharf.

What’s so great about these Baby Centers you ask? Well, it’s the one place in the Disney Parks completely dedicated to parents & their “littlest” ones. Inside the doors of the Baby Center you will find a very nice, very clean & very comfortable changing room…. padded, spacious changing tables, a sink for hand washing, & miniature-sized potties, perfect for your newly potty trained toddler. You’ll also find an area with highchairs & kitchen facilities for warming food & bottles. Breastfeeding moms will love the quiet of the breastfeeding area, where you can relax as you comfortably rock & feed your baby in the private (no men or other young children allowed) & distraction free area. & if you’ve found you’ve run out, or left something at home, you can purchase diapers, pull-ups, wipes, pacifiers, powder, formula, baby food & several other “necessities” at the Baby Center.

So next time you find yourself at the “magic kingdom” & you find your little ones in need of a diaper change or feeding, you might want to check out the Baby Center.

xoxo, K
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