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Packing List

What do you bring?  Where to start?  First let's talk about what you will need in the parks.  

Day Pack 

A good day pack I like the Osprey Packs Daylite Plus Backpack because it has some structure making it more comfortable and a place to put water bottles that easily accessible.


Water bottles  Klean Kanteen is my go to water bottle - stainless steel, light and just the right size.


Wipes  For obvious reasons, Wet-ones are always handy to have.  I use them especially on the plane.  I'm one of those people wiping down the seat, armrest and tray.  I like to have them in the park for when my kid all the sudden has something on their hand and I don't know where it came from.  

I also like Babyganics Face, Hand and Baby Wipes for when lunch is on their faces.  Or when the ice cream has melted onto their hands, legs and everywhere else.  

Sunscreen! I don't have babies anymore but I'm still a big fan of AVEENO Baby Continuous Protection Sensitive Skin Lotion Zinc Oxide Sunscreen SPF 50 3 oz.  I also like the Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Body Mist Sunscreen because it is super convenient for reapplying

Autograph Canvas There are many options.  The traditional - Walt Disney World Autograph Book and the non-traditional - plain hat, pillow case, frame and mat, etc.  And don't forget your Sharpie!

Snacks, snacks, snacks Nature's Path Organic Gluten-Free Chewy Granola Bars are one of my favorites.  Annie's Organic Variety Pack, Cheddar Bunnies and Bunny Graham Crackers Snack Packs are my other go to.  Raisins are typically a hit with my kids but then I definitely need the wipes because it makes their hands sticky. 



I get a lot of questions on strollers.  If you want to bring one with you because you want to use it at the airport as there is a bit of a walk from the gate to Disney's Magical Express, this is my go to - The Chicco Capri Lightweight Stroller.  I love this stroller.  I actually bought two of them, one for each kid because I loved it so much.  The reason I like this stroller is because it is very basic, there are no frills, but it is sturdy and durable and get's the job done.  When it's crowded in the parks, it's nice to have a small stroller that maneuvers well.  It does not have a ton of storage but to be honest, I wouldn't leave much in a stroller at the parks.  It's still a public place and people have had things stolen.  

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