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Have Babies, Will Travel: Tips for Flying With Little Ones

I love to travel--and having a family doesn't stop me. My youngest daughter went on her first flight at only three months old. I lucked and out and both my infant and toddler fell asleep shortly after takeoff. I know that won't always be the case, and some trips will be harder than others. Luckily, I have a few tricks up my sleeve. Here are some practical tips for flying with the wee ones. (You can do it, mamas!)

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My favorite tip: Use one of the three "B's" at takeoff and landing--that's a binky, a bottle, or a boob! Find out why, here...

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