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Taking Flight

Taking Flight

If you’re planning on traveling by plane, be prepared to buy an extra seat. Your child needs their own space even for a 2 or 3-hour plane ride.

The best times to travel are around sleep schedules. So early morning, nap time, or night time. No matter what time you decide to fly, if you don’t do anything else before you get on the plane make sure your child is fed, used the restroom (changed diaper), and have on comfy clothes.

Dealing with cabin pressure during takeoff or landing can be a parent’s worst nightmare. If you have an infant a pacifier, bottle, or breast feeding will help. If you have a toddler use a pacifier or sippy cup. Anything that creates that chewing, swallowing, or sucking motion. Be prepared! Just Be The Parent!