Traveling with kids on a plane requires a lot of patience, but there’s a way to do it. When you don’t have kids, you might find yourself wondering why parents bring their kids on the plane. After all, don’t they know how annoying it is for everyone else? When you’re the parent, however, you realize that it’s not that simple. Here’s how to find the perfect balance when traveling with kids on a plane.
The Respecting Side
On one side of the equation, it’s absolutely crucial that you must respect other people on the plane. This means that if your child is screaming, you don’t just “let it happen”, because hey, kids are kids. You do everything you can to quiet them down in a respectful and calm way. It also means that you don’t lose all sense of boundaries because you believe the entire flight manifest revolves around you.
The Confident Side
However, while it’s important to show respect for your fellow passenger, there’s also another side to this equation. Oftentimes, parents mistake respecting others for not having confidence in themselves. What we mean is that you need to be proud of the fact that you have children. You can’t be constantly feeling anxious that others are hating you for bringing a child onto the plane.