Going on a family holiday naturally raises a multitude of different emotions.
You're excited to make memories that will last a lifetime. You're happy that you will have a 'break' from hoovering and Octonauts (kind of!) and you're overjoyed at the prospect of building sandcastles with your toddler.
However, it's very normal to also feel apprehensive about the whole thing, if you're taking young ones on a plane. Especially if it's your first time leaving the country with your sprog in tow.
Your time away with your kids should be enjoyable and a time for creating happy memories, not stressful ones. So, we’ve compiled a list of 12 things to make sure you have a smooth start to your travels and avoid a complete meltdown* at Gatwick airport.
10) Don't forget the snacks
Get the kids some of their favorite treats to tuck into on the plane just in case they don't like the plane food. Check out our guide to toddler-friendly snacks,
which are picky-eater approved!
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