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Baby’s First Flight

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Credit: mollypop

As any new parent knows, leaving the house with a little one in tow makes even a quick trip to the grocery store exponentially more complicated. The timing, the supplies—you must be prepared lest you find yourself in the produce department with a hungry or poop-covered baby.

As I’ve found that even quick errands are tougher with a baby on board, I’m extremely apprehensive about flying home for Christmas. I’m nervous if we’re out to dinner when Avery starts to get fussy; I can’t imagine my stress when I’m on an airplane with no escape. But all I can do is follow the Girl Scout’s motto: Be prepared. Luckily, our friends over at See Jane Fly have a great checklist for traveling with baby so you can de-stress and enjoy the ride.

Flying with finesse.



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