Good day my fellow Disney family and friends!
Did you know that each Disney park has baby care centers? They are an absolute JOY for parents and little ones.
I cannot over-emphasize the importance of these baby centers; they are an incredible stress-saver, especially for the already-hectic family vacation planning process. I think the term “baby care center” may create some skeptics, but PLEASE don’t stay away! It is great for toddlers and young children, and might just be one of the best decisions you can make during your time at Disney.
Recently, one of my clients went to Disney and used a baby care center. After only her first day using it, she told me “I never want to leave,” which should speak volumes on how much of a difference it can make during you and your family’s magical adventure.
Perhaps one of the most important make-or-break factors in your trip is how you navigate the sometimes-insane Florida summer heat. Well look no further, because the baby care center is air conditioned and comfortable, and has places to just sit and relax, perfect for giving yourself ample rest time after spending the day in the sun.
For nursing mothers, you can nurse in a private room or if you want, you have the option to use a pump (there are available outlets and power sources), and there are rocking chairs available for you and your baby to have some quality resting time. (Remember, a busy mom needs to sleep sometime too!)
In each park, there is a baby center clearly marked on the park maps or Disney App, and each park’s baby care center is a little bit different.
For your little ones, it’s a perfect opportunity to sit down and chill out. In each care center, there’s a main area where there is sofa, table and chairs where you and your kids can watch TV (Disney cartoons) or just rest for a while. It may be just what your children need to get through the day without a meltdown. Each care center comes with a kitchen area that has a stove, microwave and sink, and a changing room with a unisex bathroom. There is even a feeding area with high chairs!!
Each baby center also has an on-site shop for things you may need that include: sunscreen, formula, baby food, diapers, wipes, over the counter medications, and clothes- all available for purchase. IMPORTANT: If a child gets separated from their parents they are taken to the baby care centers. We all hope and plan that this never happens, but Disney has it covered, just in case.
Please use the baby care centers to keep not just your little ones, but your big ones happy!
I am a Disney park veteran, and I’ve made it my passion and my career to help other people and their families experience the magic of Disney at its full potential. This is just one of the many topics that I can help you with when it comes to making your trip to Disney the great vacation you always hoped for. I take care of most aspects of planning your Disney trip, from making your dinner reservations and organizing FastPasses to comprehensive Disney App training and planning your entire park days, plus much more. Please feel free to share this newsletter with your family and friends, and anyone you know who might be interested in making a Disney trip in the future!
Thank you for taking the time to read! If you have a topic you would like more information on, or any feedback for me, please let me know. Have a great day!!
Until next month, Colleen
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