4. Snacks: If you have toddlers you probably take snacks with you every place you go! They are ALWAYS hungry! You want to make sure you bring enough for the day so you don’t end up spending $100 just on snacks. I made sure to pack snacks that where easy to eat on the run or while waiting in line. Some of my favorites we packed where GoGo applesauce, granola bars, fruit snacks, and apple chips.
5. Water Bottles and Sippy Cups: You can stop by anyplace and get a cup of free water. We carried reusable water bottle that we could feel up and sippy cups for the kids. I thought these collapsible bottles where a great idea. This way when they are empty they don’t take up a lot of room.
My kids get sick of water after a while but we don’t allow them to drink soda and I don’t want to buy them a $5 apple juice. My secret tip, water enhancers. I add a little to the zippy cup with water and it gives them a different flavor to enjoy. I actually pack these every place I go!
6. Sunscreen: No matter the time of year you visit it may be a good idea to bring your sunscreen and apply every few hours. Don’t forget it because buying it at a gift shop will cost you an arm and a leg! A few extra things you want in your bag, pain medicine, bandaids (Disney ones of course), hand sanitizer, and tissues.
7. Your Camera: Even if you decided to do the Disney picture package I still loved having my own camera to catch those magical moments. I didn’t bring my big DSLR camera but intend brought this small canon and it works great!
9. Magic Bands and Maps: Don’t forget your Disney Magic Bands and your Disney parks maps! I emailed and asked for maps early so I could map out which places we would go first and it helped save a lot of time.
Most importable enjoy your trip and if you forget something don’t sweat it, always a reminder for the next trip!