We don't want to alarm you, but frankly, baby jet lag equals a world of exhaustion. How do you get through it?
One of the common things new parents worry about before their first few flights is this: "what happens to babies ears on planes?"
If you’re flying long haul with your baby under one, and are unsure whether stopovers are worth it or not, here’s our opinion: yes, yes, yes.
Bassinets. Bulkhead. All airlines are not created equal when it comes to flying with an infant. On a long-haul flight, the more family-friendly the better.
Before children you likely had an aisle v window preference that made your flight that little bit more comfortable. Sorry, the days of personal preference are gone. (A wriggler? You probably want the aisle.)
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