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Flying with a baby - my little experience

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    aussie mum is offline Registered User
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    Apr 2007
    for older babies you can give them a snack of some kind too. even some treat you might not normally dream of giving them - if it helps them swallow then its worth it.

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    Sleuth is offline Registered User
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    Fo Tan
    Going to have to remember the tylenol thing. Although I hesitate to drug the kids without an actual medical reason.

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    Shenzhennifer - I feel for your angst! I dreaded flying with bubs because of situations like this. I introduce a dummy for DD when she was 22 months because I didn't want her to be upset during the descend! We also had bottles/sippy cups with water and I planned to feed also. Little jars with puree apple or the like.

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    Shenzhennifer is offline Registered User
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    Tsuen Wan
    Yeah, I will be arming myself with lots of things for my upcoming trip next month - not looking forward to it. I`m sure the passengers can handle a bit of (incessant) crying for 20-30 minutes or so - and anyway, planes are so loud - but I just feel bad for my little man.

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