March 3, 2016
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Expectant Mom’s Complete Disney Packing List of Important Needs

Disney vacations are often planned a year in advance or more! Sometimes life throws you a curve ball and you find out that you’ll be pregnant during your vacation. No need to cancel your travel plans in most cases, but … Continue reading

September 29, 2015
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Support CHOC with a “Walk in the Park” through Disneyland…even from home!

This year the CHOC Walk commemorates its 25th silver anniversary while the Disneyland Resort celebrates its Diamond 50th! CHOC “Walk in the Park” is the largest single pediatric walk event in the nation. It’s also the most unique, with a 5K that takes you … Continue reading

February 26, 2015
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Don’t Let Motion Sickness Ruin Your Disney Day – Top Tips for Avoiding Nausea

Simulators, long drops, upside-down loops, spinning, bobbing on water, 3-D, bumps and jiggles. Does all that twirl make you…well, hurl? Any one of these motions (or all of the above) might make you dizzy or sick to your stomach. If you’re … Continue reading

November 10, 2014

Avoid the Disneyland Meltdown! – List of Quiet Spots in the Parks

Think that the Disneyland “meltdown” is unavoidable? You can potentially avoid the Disneyland meltdown, with just a little pre-planning, these tried-and-tested tips and some visits to the quiet areas throughout the Disneyland Parks. With a 12-year old child on the … Continue reading

June 20, 2014

Disneyland’s Disability Access Service (DAS) – Tips on Making It Work for You

Nobody wants to spend time at what is supposed to be the “Happiest Place on Earth” managing meltdowns but it’s the life of parents who have children with special needs. Prolonged exposure to bright lights, long lines, loud noises and the … Continue reading