Your family is about to take the ultimate family vacation on the Disney Cruise Line. But now you need to figure out what to bring for the youngest members of your travel party. After taking our first cruise with Kat and Scott, 2 and 1 at the time, we came up with the ultimate packing list to make your cruise a breeze!
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You've booked your vacation, and you've planned out dining reservations. Your family's getting super excited about this upcoming trip. Now comes the biggest question of all... What do you pack? If you're traveling with little ones, this can be a hard list to come up with for the simple fact that you don't know exactly what they will need. Luckily for you, my family has tested and retested our little ones packing lists until we came up with the perfect list. And now we want to share it with you!
Traveling with a baby to Disney can be a lot of fun, but it does require a little extra planning. My first time taking a baby to Disney was when Kat was just 5 weeks old. This trip was a real eye opener, and I learned so much from this quick visit. The most important lesson was that my baby carrier was going to be my best friend.
When planning a cruise vacation, the idea of bringing toddlers can be slightly nerve-racking. As parents, our biggest concerns are their safety and making sure they are having a great time. When we sailed on the Disney Fantasy, we made sure Kat and Scott (who were 2 and 1 at the time) had plenty of reservations for It's a Small World Nursery. This was the best decision we could have made, both for the kids and for my husband and I as well. This is what we thought about It's a Small World Nursery!
Let's be honest for a minute; Magic Kingdom is the perfect park for toddlers. Aside from a few select rides, there's not much they can't do. It's the perfect place for toddlers to experience the magic of Disney, and for adults to find their inner child again. So in no particular order, these are my family's top 10 activities for little ones at the Magic Kingdom.