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Flying With Toddlers

Flying with babies is relatively easy (they can’t move about much and they tend to be easy to placate) and flying with kids who are school aged or older can be made simple with negotiation, but the most difficult kinds of kids to fly with are always toddlers. Too small to really make considered and rational judgments, but big enough to undo their own seatbelt and to cause a real ruckus if they choose, flying with toddlers certainly requires skill. But it possible to master it, so long as you have these handy suitcases&strollers family travel tips.

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