Baby Jet Lag Blues

By Keryn Means |

I’d like to rip my ears off, drown them in a stiff drink and sit alone on the beach. That’s what I am thinking as I am trying to get my son to sleep in Seattle after a 3 week trip in China and Japan. Baby jet lag has reared its head and it is …

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Enjoy the Helpful Crew On Cathay Pacific Airlines with Kids

By Keryn Means |

In general, I do not think much about my airplane experience each time I fly. It is a means to an end. I usually fly United or US Airways just because they have a non-stop from Seattle to Philadelphia, and my company flies to Asia on United. All of my miles are with them. I …

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Jet Lag and Adjusting to a New Time Zone

By Keryn Means |

Traveling across time zones is always tricky. I have found loads of advice in baby and travel books, blogs and from other parents. Some say you should always keep your child on your time zone and not switch to local time. Others even suggest you not travel more than 3 hours outside of your time …

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HOW TO NAP with you Baby on a Plane

By Keryn Means |

I don’t let an airplane stop me from trying to get Dek to nap. At 18 months, it has gotten a little harder now that he is more aware of all there is to see and do on a plane, but even he winds down eventually and needs to shut off for a bit. We …

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Red-eye flights with a baby? Not for me.

By Keryn Means |

I don’t think anyone can tell you which flight is best for you and your family. Some people swear by red-eyes because their child will sleep on the plane. That’s great, but what if I don’t. The only way I sleep on a plane is if I’m on some sort of sleeping pill, have an …

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You will never travel again…

By Keryn Means |

Soon after I found out I was pregnant, I turned to my husband and said, “I know life will never be the same, everything will change, but I refuse to stop traveling.” A year and a half later, and this statement is still true. I have resigned myself to the fact that my life revolves …

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