I just took my second and third solo flight with Bunny. Last time I wrote about flying with her she was 15 months; this time she was 18 months, and boy, oh boy, what a difference three months make. I held her as a lap child last time, but this time I opted to buy her own seat. With a growing bump, I wasn’t too keen on holding her for three+ hours, so letting her have her own seat was the best option for us.
This option was amazing. Not only did my arms get a break for three hours, but I actually got to read AND take a nap during one of the flights. I can’t remember the last time I felt that relaxed, especially on a flight. Oh, and get this: she even fell asleep before we took off. Thank you very much, airplane white noise!
With more flights under our belts, I wanted to share five things I think helped:
1. Get Organized:
This trip lasted around one month long and was through the tail end of summer and the beginning of fall, which posed a little bit of a packing conundrum. My goal is always to take as little as possible on trips, so this is what I packed: