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Why We Fell in Love with Disneyland Hotel Club Level/E-Ticket Club

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​We heard it was the best club level option in Anaheim, and with the name "E Ticket Club" the Disneyland Hotel set our expectations high. We've stayed at nearly club level on both coasts, in most chains and even at Universal. Thankfully, our expectations were met & even exceeded during our recent visit to the Happiest Place on Earth. 

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A Quick Tour of Downtown Disney

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 At Downtown Disney District, guests gather, relax and create memories with daily atmospheric music and entertainment. From Splitsville Luxury Lanes to The VOID's hyper reality experience, fun for the whole family is only a few steps away.

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Babies & Toddlers on A Disney Trip? Common Myths and Why They're Oh-So-Wrong!

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​For 17 years I've been planning and taking trips with all ages - and some of my best memories were when I packed diapers with the Mickey Ears. If you've fallen prey to the myths about why you should never take a little bitty on a Disney trip but secretly wondered if they were wrong, keep reading! I'm going to tell you exactly why they're wrong & give you words to refute them at every turn!

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The Ultimate Disney Parks Packing List for Babies and Toddlers!

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!

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Baby Wearing at the Disney Parks

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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. 

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