So do everyone here thinks the same way, if you can't pay for the baby's air ticket you don't fly?
The driving will be from where I live to a different airport that from there the plane ticket is less... and I wish it was a 300$ problem! Tickets are 500 and up!If the alternative is driving, then flying with a lap infant is safer. If, however, you're choosing between spending $300 on a plane ticket for the baby and spending $300 on a new television, then I'd spend it on the plane ticket!
I have randomly found good deals from GSP but we have to do it with time. Usually we fly from CLT but they are getting expensive and for December they are getting ridiculously expensive... if it is only 1 or 2 people flying we go from Charlotte but since is 4 people flying then we might need to consider leaving from Atlanta... and I hate that drive!We live in Greenville. We never fly out of GSP though....almost always drive to Charlotte. Only time we use GSP is when DH flies out for business bc then we aren't paying for the ticket!
I take the baby out when the seatbelt light is off to feed her. I fed her when we were first on, and she went to sleep, then I put her in her carseat for take off. She slept for a bit, took her out to feed, put her in her seat some of the time, took her out again to feed before descent (and she fell back asleep), put her back in her seat for landing.So what do you do to feed the baby during the flight? Or the biggest risk is at take off and landing?
. . .I have randomly found good deals from GSP but we have to do it with time. Usually we fly from CLT but they are getting expensive and for December they are getting ridiculously expensive... if it is only 1 or 2 people flying we go from Charlotte but since is 4 people flying then we might need to consider leaving from Atlanta... and I hate that drive!
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