Eat, Pray and Bring a Change of Clothes

Eat, Pray and Bring a Change of Clothes

I love to travel. Before becoming a proud parent of three darling cherubs everyone said to me, “Enjoy traveling now because once you have kids you won’t be able to do it anymore.” Well, I proved all the naysayers wrong by hopping on that plane with three kids in tow, sometimes internationally. I didn’t let their age stop me either—they all flew before the age of 2.

It wasn’t always easy though. In fact, it was downright disgusting at times. But definitely worth it. So, I’m going to share some tips with you to save you the headache and messes I suffered. Plus, I threw in a tip that will shower you with compliments—not always easy to find as a parent on an airplane. So, buckle up buttercup. You are about to hear extraordinary (and possibly humorous) international travel tricks with kids.

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Cheryl Maguire holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology. She is the mother of twins and a daughter. Her writing has been published in Parents Magazine, Upworthy, “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Count Your Blessings,” and Twins Magazine. You can find her on Twitter at @CherylMaguire05.

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