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Around this time last year, Hubs, Baybah, and I headed on a 3 day road trip across country. About 2500 miles, and 3 days later, we made it to our final destination. Baybah was amazing! Find out how we did it from a previous Toddler Talk here.
Our short 1.5 hour flight was a different story. Not because we were not prepared, but because of things that were out of our control. We ended up having to sit on the plane of over an hour waiting to take off. This made Baybah pretty restless and cranky just sitting there in his carseat. (I do not blame him) Thank goodness he fell asleep almost as soon as we took off. On the way back, there was crazy fog, we were in San Francisco, so our flight was delayed almost 2 hours. YIKES! Thank goodness we had our baby carrier, because our stroller was checked. We were able to walk around the airport with Baybah easily because he was not able to run off! lol We were also able to find a corner of the airport to push some of the chairs together to make our own little Baybah playpen. That was so helpful so that Baybah could run and jump around a bit until we got on the plane.
My best advice when traveling with a toddler is to be flexible!
What are your tips for traveling with a toddler?!
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