Flying with very young children probably doesn't rank high on anyone's fun meter. From dealing with temper tantrums to keeping them entertaintained during long flights, traveling can quickly become overwhelming.
Whether you're a seasoned traveler or it's your first time hitting the road with your little adventurer, these tips will help you avoid common pitfalls and make your journey memorable — for all the right reasons.
Approach the flight with the mindset that your child will be on their very worst behavior, that the inflight entertainment will be on the fritz, and that everyone else on the plane will glare at you for the duration of the flight.
Use the stroller’s cargo area to hold backpacks and purses – one less thing for the parents to carry. Most airlines allow strollers to be gate checked, which means you’ll get it at the aircraft's door upon arrival versus the baggage claim.