Savannah and I are taking a little trip back east to visit family and friends. It will probably be my last trip before the baby arrives. I must admit I was a little terrified about flying solo with her. Things are so much easier when you can tag team with your husband. Not to mention there is someone to lug the stroller and luggage around. Anyway. Overall I am going to consider our trip a success. There was no crying or meltdowns. That's a win in my book.
Going through security was pretty fun. Sav had no problem but I of course got "beeped" several times before I was cleared. Note to self. Adorn your wrist with arm candy after you've gone through the security check point. After being stripped of all my jewels we went to Dunkin Donuts to pick up some breakfast.
We made it to our gate right as they were boarding people with small children, strollers and wheelchairs. It sounded like they were letting all the people with a lot going on board first. Good idea. We found our seats and got comfortable.
She entertained herself by reading all the pamphlets, coloring and playing with her Leapfrog Leap Pad. Savannah also thought it would be nice to treat all of the surrounding passengers to a medley of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, The ABC and a little something she made up right there on the spot. I thought it was hilarious!
What has your experience been like flying with a little one?
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