I’ve been one of those moms who meticulously planned every detail of my Disney Family Vacation. Only to find that midday, as I frantically searched every pocket in my stroller, I had run out of Diapers. Where can I buy Diapers in Disney? I run up to the nearest cast member I can find, being careful to hold my stinky baby in the opposite direction and ask, “Excuse me, I..” Without hesitation she smiles and points, “The Baby Care is on the left. They’ll have everything you need.” Wow was she right! Where can you buy Diapers in Disney? At the Baby Care Center located in every Disney Park!
The Baby Care Centers at Walt Disney World and Disneyland are a great resource for families with babies and toddlers. There is one located in each of the theme parks. In addition to providing a convenient place to feed and change your baby, they are fully staffed and offer a variety of amenities that make life much easier. There are full-size changing tables, high chairs, a kitchen and a shop with baby food, formula, bottles, pacifiers, diapers, wipes, medicines and other essentials for purchase.
Where to Buy Diapers in Disney
Hopefully you won’t find yourself in a desperate poopy diaper situation inside a Disney Park, but if you do – I’ve got you covered. In each park there is a “Baby Care Center” located somewhat near the entrance or center of the park. In this Baby Care Center is a little store you can buy a variety of baby items. They sell baby food, all kinds of formula, bottles, pacifiers, all sizes of Diapers, wipes, over the counter medications and any other baby essential you could think of! This is invaluable if you forget an item, run out of an item, or you don’t want to lug around a bunch of things. Just pop into the Baby Care Center and grab what you need.
If you are staying at a Disney Resort, you may also purchase diapers and all sorts of baby products at the gift shops located adjacent to the Lobby. Here you will also find extra clothes in case your baby has a big accident and needs a new outfit. Did your baby already loose that pacifier? Did you forget the sunscreen for the pool? Don’t worry, Disney has everything you need.
Where to Change your Baby’s Diaper in Disney
If you already have what you need, and don’t need to visit the shop, explore the rest of the Baby Care Center. This place is such a hidden gem, I cannot believe I didn’t know about it. After asking around, I realized so many other mommas didn’t either! This place is an excellent resource for families. It is the perfect place to change and feed your baby. The Baby Care Centers are fully staffed and can help show you where everything is.
There is a changing room where there are rows and rows of changing tables. They are clean and far apart so you can also change your baby with a little privacy. Another room is set up as a “feeding room” with high chairs and counters. Beside the feeding room is usually a small kitchen for you to prep a bottle or meal for your baby. Thankfully, Disney is supportive of breastfeeding mothers and has an area where you can sit in a comfy rocking chair and nurse your baby. It is usually dimly lit and quieter than the other rooms.
At the entrance of the Baby Care Center there is usually a playroom where the rest of the family or kids can wait and play. There will be a few toys, couches and a classic Disney movie playing on a screen. I do also want to make special mention of this room because it is a great place to escape all the stimulation (lights and noise) that comes with a Disney park visit. If your child has any sensory issues and need a place to relax, I suggest you find the Baby Care Center and take a break.
Potty Training in Disney
If your baby is all grown up and in training pants/pull-ups, the Baby Care Center is still the place for you. The shop also sells pull-ups/training underwear. If you child goes to the Potty successfully, ask one of the cast members for a sticker as a reward! They will love it!
Potty Training Tips:
- Remember to cover the sensor on those automatic flush toilets to prevent the toilet from flushing before your child is finished. The flushing noise is so loud and you don’t need any sort of discouragement in the potty training process.
- The Baby Care Center is equipped with tiny toilet. If your little one can hold it, try stopping by using those instead of the big people toilets.
- Think about packing a travel potty seat that you can wipe out at any time. Gimars Upgrade has a great one that is made of silicone and folds flat. It comes with a sanitary travel case. You can use it on planes, in any public bathroom and on your memorable Disney vacation. The seat comes in blue, pink and yellow.
Don’t let potty training hold you back from any adventure. Plan that Disney trip, get on that plane, and go explore this planet! Each stage in parenting is difficult but it is all part of the journey your family is living. You will never get to relive these difficult days, so find the good.
For all the mommas with kids ages 5 and under, I want to share a Toddler Guide to Walt Disney World with YOU. I want you to have the most fun with your kiddos when you visit Walt Disney World. I’ve outlined everything that is age appropriate for your little ones. Go ahead, click and scroll through my Toddler Guide to Walt Disney World.
The One Thing Every Mom Forgets to Plan
I would be remised if I didn’t mention to you all the ultimate resource. There is one thing that every Disney traveler seems to forget to plan for. What do you do when someone in your family falls ill? Do what I do and call The Medical Concierge at 1(855)-932-5252. They are a group of physicians and nurses that can help you with anything from a chipped tooth, to IV fluids, breathing treatments or wound care. The Medical Concierge doctors will come to your hotel, resort or vacation home to provide medical assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! They bring the care to you, they deliver any medications you might need, and follow up with you afterwards. The Medical Concierge works closely with Disney Resorts and all neighboring hotels. While Medical Concierge works mostly in non-emergency situations, they can also help you plan your vacation ahead of time for someone who already has medical needs. For example if you need dialysis set up, or medical equipment when you are visiting the Orlando area. Keep the number handy, you never know when you or someone else might need it.
Don’t forget to hop on over to my Bringing Food Into Disney Guide
Relax, take it slow, and have fun!
If you have any questions for me or suggestions, I’d love to hear them. Please comment below. I look forward to hearing from you. Have a magical day! Make the most of your Disney trip!