We’ve all likely seen them… those families with kids who arrive in a frazzled rush to the gate with one kid hanging on a hip, the other screaming in the stroller, with a trail of cheerios in their wake. Then they get on the airplane and more chaos ensues as pacifiers fly down the aisle from an angry little one while Dad’s shhh gets louder and louder as the noise of the unhappy traveler escalates. I’ve seen those families and I’m not proud to admit it, but at times I’ve been the one with the screaming kid you would not have wanted to sit next to.
Traveling with kids can be pretty intimidating, even for seasoned travelers. We’ve learned a few tips and tricks over the years to not only make our kids willing travelers, but very happy ones, too. I was delighted to read through this free e-book from CheapFlights, a company that we have actually used quite a bit lately because it really has saved us a ton of money, that includes many of those tips and tricks. It is a super helpful guide for families traveling with kids and is usefully divided by age so parents can quickly find the information they need. With the holidays quickly approaching and the highest season of travel nearly upon us, it is definitely worth checking out!
Photo: Styled and Photographed by Tina Fussell
Provided by CheapFlights. All opinions are my own.