That means that I am on my own navigating through the airport and on the airplane. And I am not nervous about it at all. I flew all of the time by myself with my oldest daughter, Harlan, when she was just a few months old. After a couple times, I seemed to get the hang of it and it became second nature for me to fly alone with a little one.
Although traveling alone with a baby can sometimes be a stressful experience, there are many things you can do to make it less stressful for both of you. Check out these tips that will help your experience go smoothly when you are flying alone with a baby.
What has helped you when flying alone with a baby?
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