Are you thinking Disneyland is just for kids? Have you ever thought to surprise Grandma (or Grandpa) with a trip to Disneyland? Can you imagine doing one of those “We’re going to Disneyland” surprise videos for a Grandparent? Yes! Taking Grandma to Disneyland is a real game-changer, people!
Bringing a baby and a preschooler to the Disneyland Resort may sound overwhelming to some people. However it doesn’t have to be. Thorough planning ahead of time has been the key to my family enjoying a relaxing day at the park. And knowing what to take to Disneyland. One of the main things I like to do is carefully pack my Disneyland diaper bag. LÄSSIG USA was kind enough to offer me their Glam Rosie Diaper Bag to test drive at Disneyland a couple of weeks ago.
Disneyland Resort is the most iconic location for a family vacation. I had never been before, but longed to go since I was a small child. After our son was born, people told us to wait until he was 5 years old or 8 years old or even 10 years old before taking him. However, when we were looking for a family vacation destination that was a short flight from Seattle, Disneyland Resort kept coming up. Our friends who also had a toddler decided to join us. So, we threw caution to the wind and booked our tickets to Disneyland with toddlers in tow.
This Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel Review was originally published on May 18, 2016. It’s was updated March 9, 2018.
For our first trip to the Disneyland Resort, we wanted the full Disney experience. We had a 2 year old and I was 5 months pregnant. We were lucky to travel with a Disney cast member. Since we traveled with an employee, we were able to get a great rate at Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel on-property. They also seem to have good deals here if you are going in low season.