Many new parents think that just because they’ve had kids, air travel is too difficult, best to avoid it or only fly on big holidays when there’s no other option. That doesn’t have to be true. Almost every flying strategy you had in your childless era, however, needs to be rethought—and likely blown up like a piece of abandoned luggage.
By the time she was 2 years old, my oldest daughter had visited 18 states and DC, including spots on both coasts. Mistakes were made. This article I wrote for AOL Travel provides tips on how to, well, I’ll let the title speak for itself: