When you go to travel for the first time—or even the tenth time—with your children, you’re bound to get a bunch of unsolicited advice.
“Make sure you board first.”
“NEVER check your carseat; have you seen the way baggage handlers treat luggage!”
Some of it can be very helpful, and some of it can be like any parenting advice you receive: nod and smile and try to get out of the conversation as quickly as you can.
When my husband and I moved to the D.C. area and decided to start our family here, we knew flying would be a part of our journey as parents. Most of our extended family are a two-stop plane ride away, and we don’t want to be land-locked on the East coast just because we chose to have children.
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