How to Travel With Kids and Keep Your Sanity

Sacha Strebe

If you’ve ever braved an airplane with young children in tow, then you know how daunting it can be. Long-haul flights are hard enough to endure as adults, let alone as children, and there are several factors working against you, too. Firstly, your children have to be restrained, which they loathe. Secondly, they can often suffer ear pain from takeoff, landing, and the cabin air pressure, which results in screaming. And thirdly, they can’t go outside to play, so it means Mom and Dad take turns walking their toddlers up and down the aisles. But there is hope. According to Georgie Abay, editor and founder of The Grace Tales and mother of two, the key to traveling with kids is organization. Scroll down for a few tips to help your next trip.

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