I have a toddler in my family and her father is already planning a Disneyland trip 2 years from now. She's going to WDW this year and Disneyland when she's a bit older but with all the advertisments and my own love of the parks she can't but help see the resorts through photos, souvenirs, videos, dvds, etc.
Side note... And about the whole song and dance of how she won't remember it, there's cameras and video cameras in today's age of technology plus there are memories we adults will be creating for ourselves when we take her. Moving on.
It's funny, well a little bit funny, because when I show her Aurora's Sleeping Beauty castle at Disneyland she says "Cinderella's Castle!". I try to correct her by telling her that's Aurora's castle and Cinderella's Castle is in WDW but she doesn't care, it's a Princess Castle to her right now.
She even recently asked if Mickey Mouse lives there. We all told her a bunch of yes's and no's at the same time. We then agreed he and Minnie stay the night on some occasions.
Now I wonder how you all would describe Disneyland to your own kids, to your nieces, nephews, grandchildren, etc.
If you like, list their ages, names are optional and how you describe Disneyland/Disney's California Adventure to them before their first visit.