Flight Tips for Travelling with Babies and Kids

Parenting to Go - Flight Tips for KidsChris and Yashy share the air travel tips they have learned while travelling with young children. The family started travelling with kids when they took their daughter to India at just 6 weeks old and have learned a lot over the past 6 years. The podcast covers tips for three age ranges, starting with newborns (0:36) and then travel with kids between 1 and 2 (13:30). Lastly, they share more about their current situation, travelling with kids over 2 (20:23).

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  • Harmony, Momma To Go
    April 25, 2018 at 7:13 am

    I loved this episode! I flew so much with my son before he turned 2 (like 21 flights or something). Not as early as 6 weeks! I also always nursed during take off/landing. I think the rule is that the kids cannot be in a baby carrier during that time. I used a bebe au lait cover to nurse him and he would usually just fall asleep under there. But he is 9 now so things might have changed. Like you guys I always would bring my infant car seat up to the gate to see if there was by chance an extra seat. I used one of those cheap-o snap and go strollers where the car seat snapped into the frame.

    • Yashy
      April 30, 2018 at 8:04 am

      Starting them young definitely has its perks, right? Thank you for sharing your tips with us!

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