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Baby Care Center
Nearly a year ago I became a mom for the first time, and I advanced to the next phase in my Disneyland Resort life cycle. Many of you probably know what I’m talking about: I went from visiting with an adult-focused agenda, to taking the back seat and watching my new little one experience this fascinating place.
Baby Care Center
As I figure out what attractions baby can join me on and watch his reactions change each time he visits the parks, Disneyland has become an entirely new adventure for me. On our last visit, baby and I discovered the Baby Care Center at Disney’s California Adventure. This is the PERFECT place for parents with tiny tots. There are highchairs for feeding, a microwave for heating meals, private areas for nursing and comfy changing tables. And if you forget baby food or formula – this is the place to go! Not only is the Baby Care Center packed with all the necessities, but it’s set in a peaceful atmosphere – a perfect little nook to get away for a while and give the little ones (and us parents) a chance to get some R&R.

If you have a little one, stop by and check out the Baby Care Centers – one at each park. At Disney’s California Adventure park, it’s next to the Mission Tortilla Factory in the Pacific Wharf, and at Disneyland it’s at the end of Main Street, U.S.A, next to First Aid.

Comments

  • We are avid Disney fans and I have been to Disney World with small children many times over the past 5 years and in various stages from pregnancy, nursing, potty training, etc. We love the Baby Care Centers in each park!! Anyone I know with small children I recommend and can direct you to location of them at any Disney World Park. It is great for quiet time, nursing areas, heating up food, etc. It is great and was a life saver last year when my then 1 year old lost the only pacifier we had on our last day (rest were packed in the suitcase). Thanks Disney for thinking of us moms and our little ones!!!

  • Is there a cost for diapers or any of the other items you may have forgotten to pack? This is a perfect idea and wish other parks would do this since people visit them with infants and little kids also.

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