We all know we have given side-eye to the crying baby sitting next to us on a plane at some point in our travel adventures. Most of us plug in our head phones or have a glass of wine to cope, but that’s when it’s not our responsibility. Suddenly, life has thrown you a curve ball, and you are now the mom, sitter, or nanny with the crying baby on your lap. How do you cope?
We found a great article through Travel + Leisure that provides a survival guide on how to handle a crying baby through all of your travel adventures. Take a read, and find side-eye no longer in your vocabulary.
Fly in the morning, not afternoon
To avoid the fussy (4-6pm) time for babies
Window seat works best
Something to lean on, no one will run into you, and your baby won’t be distracted by everyone walking past you
Keep bottles, pacifiers, and toys handy
Classic tools to help babies during take-off and landing with those popping ears
For the full article on Travel + Leisure click here.
Written by our Marketing & Social Media Coordinator, Taylor Bell!