Posted by Casi Densmore-Koon
When you’re on-the-go with baby, the last thing you want is a super-heavy stroller that doesn’t unfold in a snap. For those quick trips to the park or on the boardwalk at the beach, an umbrella stroller quickly becomes in handy! Lucky for you — Walmart has the cutest Disney Baby Umbrella strollers for under $25 that you’ll love to use all over town.
Click through our favorites and snag one before the warm weather hits!
Posted by Jerika Welch
We love to have style but safety is, of course, the most important thing! With Disney Baby Store ‘n Go Boosters from Walmart your kiddo is sure to be both safe and traveling in style. Not only are these booster seats trendy but they are also user friendly with storage under the seat to hold your little one’s most important treasures!
Posted by Erin Loechner
Our tiny family of three is traveling to Singapore in May, so we’ve been spending the bulk of our free time gathering paperwork for Bee’s first passport. The process is relatively quick and painless (especially after reading fellow Disney Baby blogger Mary’s excellent tips here!), but we did experience one surprising hang-up: the official passport photo.
Posted by Janssen Bradshaw
You know those moments where traffic is way worse than you expected and you don’t have a single toy or snack in your bag, and your toddler is starting to get pretty crabby there in the backseat?
I’ve been there. Today, actually. And many many times before that.
I try to avoid lots of errands and endless afternoons in the car with my little girls, but when it can’t be avoided, here are five ways I keep everyone happy while the car inches along.
- Tell a Story. My daughter LOVES hearing stories. My husband usually makes up his own, but I’m terrible at that, so I stick to retelling classics. Right now, she’s into Hansel and Gretel, but Snow White and Little Red Riding Hood are also favorites.
- Sing songs together. For some reason, singing together is way more engaging for my kids than just turning on a CD or the radio. I run through every nursery rhyme I can think of and sometimes, if I’m feeling extra awesome, I make up a song of my own or change the words in a familiar song.
- Color Spotting. My little girls are too young for the alphabet game, of course, but I can ask them to find colors out the window. A blue car? A black truck? A red sign? They can go for a long time!
- Call a Grandparent. Talk about a lifeline. My sweet mom is great about talking to my girls on the phone, singing them songs, asking them about their day, and telling them little stories.
- Animal Sounds. Like many toddlers, mine are really into animals, so they can go forever making animal sounds. I’ll make an animal sound and have them guess the animal for a while, then switch and tell them an animal and have THEM make the sound.
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
I love being able to get out and get some fresh air now that I am starting to get the hang of things with the three kids. It’s very easy to get cabin fever while staying inside a lot taking care of a newborn, so it’s important to go for walks or just to run some quick errands. Preparing to take an infant out and about can require a lot of work because they require so much stuff when they are little. Although they require a lot of stuff, you can at least pick out the fun and cute items to take on-the-go.
Check out these adorable Disney Products to take out with you and baby.