21 Jan '15, 10am

We’re Flying Cross-Country With An Infant {Yikes}

We flew SF to NYC with our 6 month old in December. One thing we did was booked our seats for one aisle and one window hoping no one would book the middle. No one booked it flying to NY and we got a free seat for baby boy. It was awesome. He slept and ate and played with toys and it was fine. The flight NY to SF was a little rough because it’s longer in that direction. They also had the cabin lights on and he could NOT go to sleep. Thankfully, he was able to pass out in the Ergo carrier as I stood in the back of the plane for a little while. Yes, bring a car seat cover because then you can shove extra stuff in that bag and get some free baggage, essentially! Also WEAR BACKPACKS for your carry on. You will have free arms which will be great. Check your luggage, too, just to have the free hands. Plastic bags are your friends — get some big ziploc gallon bags and have one for...

Full article: http://carrotsncake.com/2015/01/were-flying-cross-country...

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