The Survival Guide to Flying with Babies and Toddlers
|Author: Shelley Murasko|
Creators: Lisa Cape Lilienthal, Scot Ferdon
Sales Rank: 68,996
Format: Kindle eBook
Language: English (Published)
Media: Kindle Edition
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: October 29, 2012
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Traveling with young children to visit with loved ones or to expose them to new places on this great planet is worth every bit of effort, even if that effort includes flying. With proper preparation, travel that involves flying with kids will bring lifelong memories as well as many educational childhood experiences. So, congratulations for taking on the flight challenge with your young kids in tow. Let your family flight adventures begin!
In this book, you will learn everything that you need to know in order to fly stress-free with infants or toddlers. From optimizing the packing process to getting through security, from in-flight diaper changes until you step off the plane, the tips and tricks enclosed will ensure your flight success.
The information shared in these pages comes from my own experiences as well as a great deal of research. I have interviewed flight attendants, airline employees, and other parents just like you and me to gather the best advice for today’s families. In addition, special sections include topics like international flight pointers and flying with children who have disabilities. Lastly, I weave my personal experience throughout the book as travel has led to some of my best and worst moments as a parent. Through these stories and interviews, you will come away with the critical pointers that will lead to smooth family flight travels.
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