Flying with kids can seem daunting. But with a little preparation and reframing your mindset, you too can start traveling more with your kids and maybe actually enjoy it! Here are my top tips for flying with kids. If you have any more questions about flying with kids or family travel in general, please don't hesitate to get in contact. For more travel inspiration visit www.simplefamilytravel.net
It is hard enough for everyone to get sufficient sleep in the early years, so taking your baby or toddler out of their comfort zone and their sleeping routine may be the last thing you want to do. And I get it - without enough sleep, they are just plain miserable. Me too! So here are my top 8 tips for encourage sleep on planes.
Every parent’s nightmare when it comes to flying is imagining a 12 hour flight filled with unhappy, wiggling children. Will they sleep? How on earth will we keep these tiny people happy and quiet for the whole flight? This thought can cause anxiety in even the most chilled out parents long before check in. However, with a little bit of preparation and a slight adjustment to your mindset - travel with the toddlers and babies doesn’t have to be a nightmare at all.
With many travel products popping up in the market, it is often difficult to know if they will really do all they promise. So that is why I went straight to the source and asked Mum of 3 Bronwyn, a seasoned traveler her thoughts on both the CoziGo and the Plane Pal. And she gives both a big thumbs up.
As a kid growing up, going to the airport was a magical experience for me. And even though my kids fly a lot more than I ever did, they still find airports a fascinating place. So when I took a behind-the-scenes tour of the Zurich Airport, I asked my kids and some of their friends if they had any questions they would like me to ask.