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    my fingers are crossed for you spideysmummy! I hope this one is sticky.

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    My girls have lots of frequent flyer miles up lol.. DD3 was born on the gold coast when we lived in Adelaide so flew home when she was 10days, which is the minimum age to fly. She slept the whole way. We flew again at 3weeks to GC then home to Adelaide.. It's easier if you're breastfeeding or have a bottle/dummy ready for the take off and landing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by HouseOfFun View Post
    my fingers are crossed for you spideysmummy! I hope this one is sticky.
    Thank you :-D

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    Fingers crossed for you hun! Xx

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    I'm taking ds on wed to Sydney . He's 9 weeks old. God I hope he doesn't scream the whole time !


 

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