Who’s headed to Disneyland this spring? We’re going in a few weeks and I caaaaan’t WAIT. We’ve been there enough times as a family by now that it’ll be a pretty stress free trip — and my boys know exactly what to expect, so they’re super excited.
Here’s the thing, though — if you haven’t been to Disneyland with kids before (or if you have, but it’s been a while), YOU NEED A PLAN.
One of the things I HATE hearing more than anything else (#firstworldproblems, ha) is that a family came back from Disneyland feeling disappointed. Disneyland can be expensive and overwhelming and the *last* thing you want is to come home feeling like you missed something.
That’s where the Mom’s First Timer Guide to Disneyland comes in. This happy little guide gives you the lay of the (Disney)land, without having to navigate a zillion Pinterest pins or Google results. It’s my virtual way of sitting down to chat with you (hi, friend!), getting you up to speed on everything you need to know for an awesome trip. You’ll know all the Disneyland pro tips before you even arrive!
How does MaxPass work?
What am I supposed to do with my baby?
Can I avoid standing in lines all day?
What’s the difference between all the hotels?
You’ll find answers to all these Disneyland questions — plus info on parking, meeting your favorite characters, buying the right tickets and more.
It’s so easy to have a great first trip to Disneyland if you just do a little research first. And if you need ideas on the most important things to see and do, you can also grab my free guide: 5 Things You Can’t Miss at Disneyland. That’s a list of stuff you should do on EVERY trip to Disneyland, IMHO (spoiler alert: it’s got a few insider tips too).