• On Apr 5, 2018
    Neha from TX Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Travelling there with a 4 month old and 5 years old. I am so worried if the baby will cooperate. Travelling in April . Hows the weather like. What should I carry along for baby. He is breastfed. other than care centre what else can I do to make sure he ok

    Welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Neha!
    I’m so excited that you will be exploring the Disneyland Resort with your two little ones this month! April is a glorious time to visit because all the flowers and trees are in full bloom and the weather is absolutely divine. In my experience, highs for this time of year are around the upper 70s to low 80s, but you’ll want to prepare for cooler temperatures in the mornings and evenings. I suggest layering your infant so he is comfortable when it’s cooler and then you can easily shed some layers when it heats up in the afternoons.
    I would also plan to bring your stroller from home since he is familiar with it which makes taking naps in the stroller much easier. There are lots of places to sit with a stroller while he naps. Some quiet places I like to sit are along the trail behind Big Thunder Mountain Railroad as it connects to Fantasyland, in a handful of nooks by Pooh Corner in Critter Country, and in the World of Color viewing area along Paradise Bay in Disney California Adventure Park. You could also bring your baby carrier or wrap to wear your son as you tour the parks. You can even wear him on nearly all attractions that do not have height restrictions. Baby wearing may also make breastfeeding more convenient depending on how he likes to be carried.
    Finally, I would plan some time each day to head back to the hotel for naps. My daughter is almost five and, while she no longer naps at home, she requires a bit of a break every day when we are at the parks. The rest will also help keep your baby from becoming overstimulated during the day.
    I hope this information was helpful. Please stop by again if you have any other questions!
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Meet the Panelist: Linda, Colorado

Hi there! I'm Linda from Colorado. The Disneyland Resort has always held a special place in my heart and now I enjoy Disney Parks vacations with my own family at least once a year. I am married to my high school sweetheart and we have a wonderfully silly daughter together. I love sharing my Disney Parks knowledge with anyone and everyone and I'm so excited to help you plan your next Disneyland Resort adventure! Learn More About Linda

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