You know how it feels, you’ve been trapped on an airplane with a crying baby before. Maybe you’ve even had to travel with your own little children before. It can be frustrating for everyone. The parents are under immense pressure to keep their little one contained in just as much room as their lap with nowhere to roam. Add that combination with long travel time, changes in altitude, and complete over stimulation with all the new sights, sounds, and people around.
This post is sponsored by JetBlue. All opinions are my own.
But flying with a baby on-board isn’t always bad news. JetBlue wanted to make a flight full of crying babies rewarding, and put on a challenge for one lucky flight, because they truly get it. It’s hard for everyone. I loved how they turned around what could have been a difficult flight and made everyone cheer and clap as the little ones cried.
Visit JetBlue to see how friendly traveling with kids can be with their airline, including travel tips, airport maps, and helpful information you’ll need for traveling with an infant or sending a young child on a flight alone.
Baby on Board Apology Printable
Let’s continue cheering each time a baby is on-board with a fun, free printable! Next time you travel with a little one, print out a handful of this fun printable baby on board apology and pair it with a little goody bag to pass out to the spots all around you on the plane. Those around you will lighten up and appreciate the gesture.
Click the link above to grab a copy of the printable!
We paired the printable with: crackers, candy, chocolate, gum, and a band-aid. You could also add a single pack of ibuprofen or disposable ear plugs to further lighten the mood!
Once you’ve put together your goody bags, you’ll take them along to put them out on the seats surrounding you during the flight. Since you’ll have early boarding with an infant, you’ll be able to get ready for your spot and pass out goodies before your unlucky (or lucky!) seatmates arrive. Don’t forget the passengers directly behind and in front of your row.
Do you cheer or cringe when you see a baby on your flight?