Do you get frustrated trying to find your stroller at Disney or other Theme Parks? Then you’re not alone. You may see Cast Members moving strollers around a little bit to make the area look neater and/or leave more room for guests, which means that your stroller is not always exactly where you left it. While Signs on your stroller is fine and dandy, unless you’re approaching it from the angle you attached your sign, you still may not see it right away. Instead, try using some of these items to make your stroller really stand out in a crowd.
Appropriately named, these illuminated sticks are made to go on strollers. What’s even cuter is that they also sell Disney Toppers to go on top of the antenna. Light them up at night or leave the light off during the day. If you’re the only stroller with an antenna, you’ll still be able to spot it, no matter where it is.
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Battery Powered String of Lights
There are many different kinds, but I like these because they are also waterproof. You know how unpredictable weather can be, so don’t worry about them getting ruined if it starts to rain while you are away from the stroller for a few minutes.
How cute are these fans? I’ve seen fans attached to strollers, but how many will have these adorable little faces on them? If you have it pointed towards your little one, just make sure to clip it to the top so you can easily find your stroller once it’s time to go grab it from the crowd.
Any brightly colored blanket or sheet will do, but what I love about this one is the loops on it. It easily hooks onto the handles, so it won’t fall off the stroller if a cast member has to move it over or there is a breeze.
Bonus: it also makes a great shield from the sun if your little one wants to take a nap or you get caught in a light mid-day rain.
Other guests have sworn by their stroller signs and/or buying a Disney balloon. Sure, there will be other guests who have the same balloons tied to their strollers, but it will be a much smaller pool of strollers to go through. Personally, I never liked being bopped in the head by a balloon all day long, but to each his own… However, if I had to search for my stroller all day long, I may buy 2!
What do you use to make your stroller stand out?
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