When enjoying the Disneyland Resort parks with little ones, the Baby Care Centers can be an invaluable resource. Both Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure have a Baby Care Center. Disneyland's is located at the northeast end of Main Street, U.S.A., and Disney's California Adventure's is located in Golden State next to the Bakery Tour in the Pacific Warf.
Tip: First aid is located next door to each Baby Care Center.
Baby Care Centers provide nursing moms with a private place to breast feed complete with rocking chairs and low lighting (Disneyland's is a shared space with one private room and DCA has two private rooms), feeding areas with high chairs, a microwave (for baby food only), filtered water, changing room and a small training toilet for toddlers. Sundries such as diapers, wipes, formula and baby food can also be purchased here.
Tip: It's always a good idea to carry extra diapers, wipes and a change of clothes for the little ones. You never know what might happen!
If you are far from a Baby Care Center and don't feel like walking... all bathrooms, including men's and family rest rooms, have baby-changing stations. Some also have changing kit vending machines available (you'll need $1 in quarters).
Fun fact: The baby whose photo is on the wall in Disneyland's Baby Care Center is Walt Disney himself!