Well, I did it...I booked a trip for baby and me for December 7-December 9. I'll start with some introductions.... I'm Sarah and I am a certified Disney freak-a-zoid. It all started when I was 5 years old and enjoyed my first trip to Disneyland. Then in 2000 my fate was sealed when I went to WDW for my 21st birthday...I fell absolutely in love. The following year I was a member of the WDW College Program and by 2003 I had managed to convince my history capstone professor that I could write an awesome paper on Walt Disney and his "Defense of American Culture." I did...it was a hit...and now I'm on my way to a PhD. My husband deployed earlier this month and we thought about taking a spur of the moment trip to DL with Lillian (Lilly - whose name my husband liked when I shared it with him but just happened to forget to tell him that it was Walt Disney's wife's name...hee-hee)www, our baby, but opted not to...fast forward 4 weeks and I just felt an urge to take her...horrible urge, like I was being drawn to DL. She will be just over 4 months and is very alert and loves to look at lights and sounds and I think we'll have a great time. Here's Lilly with Pascal - On the side you can see a small picture of Mama and Daddy at WDW a few years ago. We'll be flying into SNA on Delta in the afternoon of December 7. I've booked us for two nights at the Grand Californian because it's closer to the parks and I feel it will be easier on both of us. In all honestly I have no set plans for this trip. I don't think you can do a lot of planning for Disneyland with a baby in tow...so this will be a big wing-it trip. My only goal is to enjoy some Disney time with my baby girl and take lots of pictures. I'm thinking the best option for travel from the airport to the resort will be a towncar. If anyone can chime in on this one please let me know. 44 Days until our trip. I cannot wait. Last night I ordered an Ergo. Lilly has two other carriers, one a Peanut Shell sling she hates and another that get's uncomfortable for me after about an hour. We can't have that. I will also be taking her stroller/car seat combo. I'm hesitant to leave the car seat at home because of travel from the airport to the resort and back. For our transport I am considering getting a town car. We usually do the Super Shuttle but I think a straight trip would be better for Lilly and I after a plane trip - since this will be her first big trip away from home. Luckily I have a friend who is 30 minutes away from Disneyland and will be joining us on Friday or Sunday - she's done Disney with her child since he was a baby and is going to help me maneuver a bit for my first attempt. Here is my "Wish List" for Lilly while we are there: Ride Dumbo Attempt Pirates and Haunted Mansion Ride Heimlich's Chew-Chew train Monsters Inc ride Meet a princess or two Introduce her to Mickey Introduce her to momma's favorite car Mater Enjoy the sites and sounds of each "land." The Carousel's in each park. That's about all I really have planned and even those are contingent on her. I'm not sure how she'd handle the fireworks or parades but we might try dependent on her mood. She loves anything that explodes or sparkles on television (She really loved to watch The Avengers) so she'd probably be ok. As for meals I'm taking it as it comes too. I've always traveled on the meal plan - it has always worked very well for my family before but I'm not on this trip. I figure it will probably be easier to snack through the parks then plan any sit downs since I'm still nursing her. We will definitely be putting the Baby Care Center's to good use. If anyone has any tips or tricks for travel with an infant please share them here. At the end of the trip I will be creating an extensive website because I just have not found much on traveling to Disney with an infant. Found pieces here and there but nothing really grand standing out.