When traveling via air, remember to pack any drinks in clear plastic zip-up bags because the cabin pressurization can result in leaks even in the most otherwise spill proof cups.
A rested child is going to be a lot easier to keep happy on a flight. When possible, keep the night before travel a low-key one and get your child to bed at his or her normal bedtime.
Make your kids use the toilets before boarding the aircraft as they are spacious and much cleaner compared to the aircraft ones!
Carry baby wipes as you will need them a lot in-flight for a quick wipe up. Be sure to put them in a place easily accessible to you throughout the flight.
When making flight reservations one should consider the best times to travel with a toddler.
Parents may consider traveling at off-peak vacation times and book seats during the middle of the week and during the day time. They should also opt for non-stop flights to minimize the hassles that often come about with connecting flights.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recommends the use of car seats in an aircraft for children less than 40 pounds.
Car seats can usually be checked in at the gate as can be strollers. However it is best to check with your airline regarding their policy, including how they regard extra carry on luggage for your child.
Most airlines allow luggage only for paying passengers.
Many parents find that bulkhead seating at the front of each section provides more comfort while traveling with a toddler.
These seats have no seating in front of them and allow for more leg room, ability to change the baby, and room to stand or play for the toddler.
Be sure your child rides in an age- and weight-appropriate child safety seat, correctly installed in the back seat, on every trip.
If you have any questions about how to install your child safety seat, many local fire and police departments will help you.
When visiting Disney, to safeguard if your child get lost take a digital photo of your child.
Snap a quick picture of your kids each morning of your park adventure. That way you’ll have an instant record of exactly what they were wearing to show security if necessary.
One thing to be aware of is that airline regulations require that large travel seats – any which jut out past the edge of the airplane seat – must be in the window position.
This is to prevent it from blocking easy exit; if you want your child sitting in the aisle position, you may want to invest in a smaller scale travel safety seat.
When traveling during the hoidays consider “labeling” your toddler with an ID bracelet. Some airlines advise this just in case your child gets lost in airport crowds. Include your child’s name, your name, your destination and your home address and phone number.
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