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    Default Travelling with 2 kids under age 3

    I'm coming back home for a Holiday!

    Only problem is..... I'll be flying to Australia by myself with my then 14 month old and 2 (nearly 3) year old.

    It's going to be very long, and very tedious.

    Any wisdom you can impart on dealing with 2 kids? I've flown plenty with DD when she was under 1 but never two!

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    Just quickly coz I'm about to put the kiddies to bed ... iPad, iPhone, Nintendo DS, lots of food, bassinet seat, sticker books... I always find that if I expect the worst then I'm usually presently surprised oh and always a good idea to have someone at the other end who can take the kids for a couple of hours while you have 40 winks

    Good luck

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    Thankfully my Dad will be picking us up and I'll be going straight to my parents! Can't wait!


 

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