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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Dancer View Post
    @misho, he's almost 2. He loves planes. It's just that he doesn't like to stay still, is easily distracted by the environment, and is downright difficult to manage if he doesn't nap. And he won't nap - there are planes about! The fainting business is concerning. So far I've had either DH or SIL with me to hand DS to when I start feeling it, which means I can take preventative action!
    Good luck.

    I have 3 plane-crazy kids so I know how you feel

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