Rock Plane Trips with Your Aspen Tyke Bag

So it’s time to climb on a plane, maybe for the first time, and you’re understandably nervous. After all, kids have a terrible airplane reputation for a reason: They feel cooped up, their ears hurt and they’re bored. It’s not exactly Kid Heaven.


But that doesn’t mean you can’t make it a whole lot more awesome. Especially when you use the Aspen Tyke Traveler to organize your life and keep your bebe happy. Here are just a few ideas on how to do that:

  1. Pack lots of activities: The best way to keep a little one busy on the plane is to have plenty to do. If you’ve got a toddler on your hands, art supplies and books are the way to go. Baby on board? Tag toys and simpl  e puzzles are a safe bet.
  2. Snacks, snacks, snacks: Snacks are so important. You’ll probably want to bring some for the  baby, too.
  3. Pack EarPlanes: These pressure-regulating earplugs are a divine revelation, so make sure you’ve got them on hand.
  4. Employ the checklist system: Make sure each compartment you fill is checked off and ready to go!
See? Now in addition to checking off all your supplies in their individual compartments, you can now give plane trips in general a big ol’ check. You’re welcome.

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