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Solution: get your own plane. I did. Haven't flown commercial since we went overseas in '96.
Srsly, some parents just let their precious snowflakes cry hoping it will pass. My grandkids were allowed to bawl until the point of rage. This is wrong.
Those parents coping with children who are hurting because of altitude barotitis (stopped up ears) are another story. See comment above that recommends sucking on a bottle or pacifier while ascending or descending.
Better idea altogether: do not fly with children who are too young to perform Valsalva maneuver on themselves.
Pottsville, Arkansas. Conveniently located on I-40 halfway between New York and Los Angeles.
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deener0791 wrote:With the right pair of headphones, you won't notice crying babies...just sayin.
Oh heeeeeey I see what you did there.
I'm just hanging out, really.
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I don't fly all that often, and to be honest, I'm not really sure if there were any crying babies/annoying children on the flight. I am afraid of flying was too focused on every movement of the plane to notice anything else. I was always just happy to make it to my destination alive.
^Just recently accidentally posted this on my boyfriends account. Decided to repost under mine so he didn't look like a sissy.
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