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  • therealhoops
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    hhmmmm too young for drugs and probably wanting a feed every five minutes

    sounds like too much faff to me

    Premier Icon watly_biker
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    I would recommend be well prepared in case of delay, extra milk, clothes etc – should be easier than a toddler who won’t sit still.
    And at least its a short flight.

    acanno
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    We took ours at 6 weeks as grandparents couldn’t come to us on a 1 hr flight no problems apart feeling a right prat at the airport have to taste 4 bottles of expressed milk. There much easier at a young age tehan they are old from about 9mths to 2 years is probably the hardest age to fly with them.

    Also like others have mentioned take a bottle / dummy for take off and landing as the swallowing helps them adjust to the pressure levels

    cake eater
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    Don’t hesitate. We took our daughter to Mallorca at 3 months and it was all pretty straight forward. She filled her nappy just as we were about to board so it was a bit of a rush to her changed and settled before take off.

    Premier Icon maxray
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    “And have fun changing nappies in the miniscule toilets “

    SO SO TRUE! It should actually be a Krypton factor challenge.

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