What’s in my Disney Parks Diaper Bag?

What's in my Disney Parks Diaper Bag?

Welcome to the next stop on Magical Blogorail Blue. Today we are discussing the bags we carry through our Disney Park adventures and what necessities we carry inside them. I am highlighting the diaper bag and all the essentials you’ll need to keep your baby happy at the Happiest Place on Earth! This post contains affiliate links.

Disney Diaper Bag

Start off with a sturdy diaper bag that will be able to hold plenty but that will still be comfortable to carry. I like this Mickey Mouse diaper bag from The Disney Store, which includes a padded changing mat. There are changing tables in all the Disneyland bathrooms, but bringing your own padded mat is a must. Choose a bag that has a neutral design that’s appropriate for either a boy or girl and one that Daddy won’t mind carrying!

What's in my Disney Parks Diaper Bag? Read on for packing tips for traveling to Disney with a baby!

Image from TheDisneyStore.com

I also like these: Disney Deluxe Rip Stop Diaper Tote Bag from Amazon. The dark color won’t show spots or stains and the rip stop fabric makes it easy to wipe down. And this classic style, Disney Messenger Diaper Bag keeps things simple.


Swaddle Cloths

Swaddle cloths are great for a variety of things, including keeping baby warm or for keeping the sun off their face. I like to use the cloths to drape over a sleeping baby while waiting in line or over their stroller to block out the sun. Choose a lightweight, breathable variety like these aden + anais Classic Muslin Swaddle in pink or Blue and Gray

Floppy Hats

During the day, a hat for baby is a must. Floppy sun hats are the best because they cover the sensitive spots like tops of ears as well. Choose fabric that is lightweight and breathable but will nicely protect baby’s sensitive skin from the sun.

from left, Minnie Mouse Sun Hat (Disney Store) and Mickey Mouse “Sunny Fun” Swim Hat (Amazon)

Minnie Mouse Swim Hat for Baby

Baby Sunscreen

Sunscreen is a must, no matter the season! Babies are never fond of having it applied though and there is always the risk of getting it in their eyes. We use and love this sunstick from Elemental Herbs. It’s great for everyone in the family and won’t leak or melt in your bag.

Tissues and Wipes

Wipe away baby boogies by keeping tissues close in this handy Pocket tissue Case from PenPlusA on Etsy. I adore this fun Mickey print!

What's in my Disney Parks Diaper Bag? Read on for packing tips for traveling to Disney with a baby!

Image from PenPlusA on Etsy.com

Helpful for wiping bottoms as well as sticky fingers, baby wipes should be kept close at hand inside a Disney Mickey & Minnie Mouse Wipes Case.

Disposable Bibs

Bibsters disposable bibs come in so handy for toddlers learning to feed themselves. Who wants to tote around nasty food-crusted bibs all day? These even have a little turned-up pocket that catches some of the food that might otherwise land on baby’s lap.

What's in my Disney Parks Diaper Bag? Read on for packing tips for traveling to Disney with a baby!

My boy and the beans at Disneyland’s Big Thunder Ranch BBQ


So what about when your baby does make a mess? It’s inevitable, you know, so what do you do with those messy and wet clothes? We always have a Bumpkins Wet Bag handy in our diaper bag to store wet items until we can get them home to wash.

And when (not if, when!) that outfit needs replacing make sure you have several changes of clothes for baby. Best to bring layers in case of temperature change. The styles at The Disney Store are so sweet!

Minnie Mouse Sailor Dress for BabyMickey Mouse Pique Romper for Baby

Dumbo Dungaree Set for BabyDumbo Knit Dress Set for Baby


What Else Should Go In Your Bag?

I’m sure there are three dozen other things you’ll find yourself dragging along with you to the Parks to keep baby content, including of course diapers, wipes and food/formula!

When packing for a Disneyland trip, make a list of the everyday items you use for baby and pack accordingly before you go. Disneyland will have some things available for sale inside the Resort should you forget something. Of course the prices will be at a premium and selection will be limited. So if your baby has to have a certain brand of something, make sure you bring a spare (or two!)

Thank you for joining me today. Your next stop on the Magical Blogorail Loop is Love Our Disney.



Here is the map of our Blogorail should you happen to have to make a stop along the way and want to reboard:

1st Stop – Disney with Babies, Toddlers, & Preschoolers – What You Shouldn’t Carry in Your Disney Bag

2nd Stop – Superheros and Teacups – Disney Park Essentials That Will Fit In Your Purse

3rd Stop – Ashley Aspires – I’m a Disney Minimalist

4th Stop – Saving Up for Disney – What’s in my Disney Parks Diaper Bag?

Final Stop – Love Our Disney – Random & Off The Wall Items You Will Want In Your Disney Park Bag


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8 replies
  1. Ashley Strawser
    Ashley Strawser says:

    Good tips! I love the diaper bag that you have posted here! Someday when i’m a Mom, I’m gonna be carting around a Disney diaper bag because that’s just inevitable. :p

  2. Mary
    Mary says:

    Hats and extra clothes seemed to be the things we kept having to dig into the bag for. I am amazed at the number of shirts you can go through in a day.

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