Watching the parade at California Adventure.
Outside Disneyland City Hall
Waiting for us to finish at Indiana Jones
Auntie K loving on Mini DH
Waiting for the tram to take us to our car
See? Mesmerized by the entire ride.
More "It's a Small World" fascination
Loved this picture with Mini Dh in focus and my mom and Auntie K in the background
What a good daddy. Doesn't he look good wearing a baby?!
My mom and my best friend
So after doing A TON of research and tips on taking a one year old to Disneyland, I felt confident in doing so. We found out that Mini DH could ride on any ride without a height restriction. You'd really be surprised how many rides do not have height restrictions. Among many others, Mini Dh went on Pirates of the Carribean. The drop didn't even scare him (although the teenagers who felt nit neccessary to scream did) and he was fascinated by the ride the entire time.
"Is it our turn yet?!" Waiting in line at Bug's Life Land
His one breakdown the entire day. As we were sitting on "Storybook" he realized he could reach over and touch the water. I didn't let him in fear that he'd hurt himself so he had a melt down. I then of course did give in, and what ended up happening?!?! He smacked his head on part of the ride. It wouldn't be Disneyland without at least one meltdown from the kids right?!
Here we come Disneyland!
We also found out that for any ride that DO NOT have height restrictions (Indiana Jones, California Adventure's Hollywood Tower of Terror, etc.) they have a baby swap program where some of the party waits in line while the other part waits outside with the baby. After the first party goes through the ride, they switch off with the baby and the second party goes right through the fast pass line, with hardly no wait.