How to travel with young kids and survive
Handy tips on what to pack, where to sit and how to survive a flight with young kids.
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Parents go through many different trials and experiences when doing things for the first time with their kids.

There's the first time a mother gives birth, your baby's first sleepless night thanks to teething or the first time you rush them to the emergency room at 3am.

Another huge first for all parents is the first time you have to take your young child on a flight.

Whether your little one is a baby or a toddler, it's never easy.

Busy airports, altitude causing earache and the need to keep a young child busy for hours at a time is no easy feat.

Take a look at this fun and very useful video by an experienced travelling mom as she shares her wisdom on how to make travelling with young children easier.

TIPS FOR FLYING WITH A BABY AND A TODDLER


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