At the time that I booked the tickets, the red-eye was the best choice for several reasons, but I knew it was a gamble.However, as our trip grew closer, I started to feel nervous. What if the novel situation – being surrounded by strangers on an airplane and being held in our laps (we didn’t purchase her own seat) – was just too much for her?In my last post, I wrote about what we got right on our trip.Now it’s time to come clean and tell you what we may have gotten wrong.
Many parents dread taking a baby on a plane or other public transportation for extended periods.
The flight attendant repeatedly offered to give the girl the juice, and the mother finally consented.
It is not clear if the infant drank any of the juice; she did not appear to suffer any ill effects.
If Benadryl didn't work, would you want to give him a stronger sedative, like Valium?
On the other hand, experts frequently recommend giving kids Dramamine for motion sickness when they travel and have problems.