After much trial and error with kids 1 and 2, I’ve finally perfected my favorite baby/kid items with child number 3. When it comes to Disneyland, only the best will do! Here are my go-to, must haves for the Disneyland Resort!

[This is not a sponsored post. All brands/companies mentioned are specific ones that have products our family enjoys and uses. ]

Stroller: City Mini Double GT Stroller

We’ve used two-single strollers, and other stroller brands on previous trips, but after renting the City Mini Double GT from City Stroller Rentals , I will absolutely never go back. It maneuvers  like a dream,  has great coverage with the canopy, and the suspension is flawless. My kids would fall asleep and go undisturbed as we moved throughout the parks. City Stroller Rentals is a GREAT company. Their rentals are in excellent condition, and not only do they offer single/double/travel system stroller rentals, they have tons of other baby necessities, mini Keurig coffee makers, and more.


Photo courtesy of Danielle Ernest.

Baby Carrier: Ergobaby Classic

My son is *almost* too big for it now, but as an infant & well into his toddler days, this carrier has been my saving grace. As an infant he always wanted to be close to my husband or I, and with two other children, having free hands are a must! I’ve never experienced a sore back from using it, and was even able to nurse him discretely in it during emergency “IMUSTEATNOW!!!” moments.


Jax in the Ergo Carrier at 5 months old.

Diaper Bag: Backpack

At this point in the game, the backpack is more conducive to our needs. Lots of pockets to organize the necessities.

On-The-Go Snacks: GoGo Squeez & Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies

We buy a box of individually bagged bunnies, so they’re easier to hand out, don’t take up much space, and are semi-nutritious. I keep most in the backpack, and a few in my purse just in case we end up in a long wait line somewhere. You never know when hanger will strike! We also keep water bottles on hand.

Other Necessities: 

  • Ziploc/plastic shopping bag for wet clothes if they play in the puddle park or have an accident
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Extra baby wipes ALWAYS come in handy
  • A spare lightweight blanket which can be used for extra shade, to sit on while waiting for the parade, etc.


What are YOUR tried and true items? Let us know in the comments!


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