We will be staying at Disneyland Park in mid-September (beginning of Halloweentime) for 5 nights (Sat-Thus) with two children under age 3 (5 months, and 2 1/2 years). It is my understanding that under 3 is considered "Disney's guest" and so they do not need park tickets and get free dining.
1. Should we bring their birth certificates to the park and for DL dining? Obviously, we would prefer not to carry these documents with us through the park.
2. Will they receive tickets that we can use for fastpass attractions that they can go on, such as WOC? Or do they not need tickets since DH and I will have tickets?
3. Tentatively, we plan to do 2 character meals- Goofy's for Sat dinner, and Storytellers for breakfast on Thus, when we depart for San Diego. Will Sat dinner be too crowded (ie, less time with characters)?
4. We will be in the park for 3 days- M, T, & W. Two days are early entry for DCA, so we intend to use both of these mornings at DCA, and then switch over to Disneyland. Is there an entry between the two parks where we would not have to go through security again? (We will have parkhoppers and be staying at a DL hotel.)
Thank you in advance for your time! This forum is fantastic, and has been so helpful with our planning.