Disney Daypack – What to pack in your bag!
Disney Daypack – Take on Disney like a BOSS!
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To make the very best of your day at Disney you’ll want to bring a few things with you. Bring a bag, backpack or messenger back or tuck a few extra things in your baby’s diaper bag. Whatever type of bag you decide to bring along; here are a few MUST haves to pack in it.
Disney Daypack – Reusable Water Bottle
Bring your own water bottle to fill with FREE water at the park. You’ll save money and time. Since it is warm in both California at Disney Land and in Florida at Disney World, be sure to keep your family healthy and hydrated.
Disney Daypack – Flavor Packets
My kids don’t drink as much water as I would like and who can blame them? The healthy taste of water can’t hold a candle to the yummy stuff, right? Solve that problem by packing a few lightweight flavor packets. Choose the kids’ favorite flavors to get their vote for mom of the year!
Disney Daypack – Poncho
There are lots of poncho types available to choose from. My favorites are the cheapest. They are lightweight and very small which ensures I will always have them with me! The bigger ones tend to get left behind as I think, “Oh, I probably won’t need that and it is so big and bulky” and then…it rains!
Don’t get caught off guard! When it starts to rain most of the crowds will run for cover. YOU, on the other hand, will pass out ponchos and continue on, taking advantage of the shorter lines.
Disney Daypack – Sunscreen
Enjoying the Disney parks in both California and Florida means a lot of time in the sun. Sunscreen is a great sun safety option but so are hats and sunscreen clothing.
CLICK HERE – Read more about choosing the BEST hat for your travels. I never leave home without one!
Disney Daypack – Autograph Book
Either bring a blank journal with you from home. Choose something with a fun cover like this!
Disney Daypack – Markers
While any pen or pencil will do for great autographs, consider colored markers. Perhaps your little Disney princess would like to get autographs written in princess sparkle ink!
Disney Daypack – ID
Don’t forget your ID. Driver’s license or other ID is valuable for hotel check in, car rental, and to use your Disney Annual Pass.
Disney Daypack – Cash
We love using a credit card so we can earn points for future travel, but cash can really help you stay on budget!
Handling cash will let kids have the experience of real world math skills. Let the kids them order food and souvenirs and then pay for it with your help. Great real world experiences!
Disney Daypack – Phone Chargers
As phone cameras get better and better we find more and more reasons to use that phone. Don’t get caught with your phone battery dying! Keep an extra battery charger on hand.
Disney Daypack – Snacks
Bring a few easy to eat ‘on the go’ snacks. Items like goldfish, granola bars, raisins will keep everyone full of energy in between meals. With all the energy you’ll expend on full Disney days, snacks will keep everyone going.
Disney Daypack – Bandaids
Disney Daypack – Bubbles
The time you spend waiting in line can be tough on the youngest travelers. Be sure to use Disney’s answer to long lines with the FAST PASS when you can. When the wait seems too much, blowing a few bubbles will have the little giggling the wait time away.
If you are traveling with carryon luggage only (and if you can do that with kids I want to know your tips!) be sure to choose the size of bubbles that can go through security.
Disney Daypack – You don’t have to pack the kitchen sink!
Disney offers FREE bug repellent at stations conveniently located around the park.
FREE water is available at all walk up food stations.
Leave the camera and use one of Disney’s photo packages.
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