The mom revealed why she loves traveling on long-haul flights with her toddler, despite the “ramblings” and tantrums on the plane.
Jenny Mortimer explained how and why she does it despite the stress.
One of her trips was Flight 13.5 from New Zealand to Vancouver with her 3 year old son.
She said she planned everything from snacks and new toys to a fully stocked iPad for the show.
But she said she “saw a rampage” of dinner service [her] Unfortunately”.
she is new zealand herald“Muffins, tea, and chunks of fruit were strewn on the floor, my pants were covered in colma, and my exhausted son struggled to get off the plane.
“For the next hour, as I tried to comfort him, he burst into tears and his fellow passengers reclined their seats towards him, causing a complete lack of compassion.”
Not only that, but I also saw “overworked tantrums and jet lag” when I took a plane or a long car ride to see her family.
But despite the stress of getting there, she said she quickly realized traveling with young children As “the best ever” because they help you see the magic.
She continues: “Many people fear the meltdowns and screaming car trips that come with traveling with kids this age, but the rewards far outweigh the noise.”
From watching him dance in the disco lights at the bowling alley to playing at the water park, Jenny lets you see the world without taking things for granted.
But for those that fear it, Jenny shared her top tips for long-distance travel with kids:
- Pack twice as many snacks as you think you need
- avoid in-flight meals
- Please bring your own child seat and buggy
- Obtain sky couch
- If you see someone with children, don’t recline
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/19714128/mum-long-haul-toddler-kids-tips/ I’m a mom and I love traveling with toddlers, despite flying ‘ramps’ and air tantrums – this is how I do it