How do I travel with

one of these things?

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  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Wait until it's old enough to understand speech and tell it that if it cries on the airplane, you're gonna hit it with a belt.

    • 4 months ago
      Jackass

      Lmao

      This was basically what the native hawaiian guy I sat next to on the flight to honolulu told his kids

      Based af

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Chartered Jet
    >But anon, that's half a hundred grand down for one small jet flight to my mothers
    You should be fined at least 4 times that price if you willingly bring a whiny baby on a public plane

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    In pairs. Baby will suck out all energy from one adult during the travel and there need to be a substitute. Out of 8 flights we took with our baby, there was one when my wife literally passed out due overstrain. There need to be at least two adults taking care and helping one another with stuff like diapers - otherwise things will become shitty quite fast for yourself and everyone else who is around. If you're just one, at least get yourself a baby carrier because you'll need all the hands you can get. Also get a travel stroller (foldable one) and use it at all possible times to save the energy for the time when you'll need it.

    Also make it to suck a tit during take offs and landing - it's equalize the pressure. Otherwise it'll cry like crazy due to pain.

    Download all the possible cartoons to the tablet. Forget about stickers or crayons or puzzles or other toys with small pieces. Stick to the simplest toys your baby accepts. Travel is when you want the baby to calm down, not when you'll develop it's interests and manual skills and other shit like that.

  4. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Actual tip: Nursing or bottle is good for takeoff and landing. One of the main reasons babies cry in the air is because pressure changes hurt their ears. Sucking releases pressure. Pacifiers work too if you do that. If your kid is beyond the age of bottles and/or breasts and/or pacifiers, and old enough not to choke and die, gum or hard candy can provide similar relief.

    >t. Flew semi-frequently with twins starting when they were <1, graduating to international long-hauls ca. 20 months.

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    you avoid it as much as possible

    you brought this upon yourself

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/wv7p2NT.jpg

      one of these things?

      Flying with a baby is pain in the ass, but look on other passengers' faces absolutely makes up of it.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        other passengers can frick off if they are broke poorgays that can't afford first / charter lmao

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >he gets motivated to do things by mere spite
        spoken like a fricking woman

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >spoken like a fricking woman
          Women are self-absorbed and just doesn't care about what others feels. I do.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            do you have a "haters feed me" purse to match that "bad b***h" personality of yours?
            show them who's boss, queen

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              I feed on your anger right now, through the internet.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                way to go, queen!

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              you will never breed

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >expecting premium service in an economy seat
          spoken like an entitled moron

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Also if you think about backpacking or stuff like that - forget about it.

    If you want to visit some cities and sightseeing, do it before your baby learns do walk, because once it does, it pretty much dictates what you'll see and do. It might find some random stairway interesting and you'll have to fight it to move on, just until it finds another random shit that will take another precious minutes of your time and you won't be able to see anything trully interesting until it's evening and it's time for a baby to sleep. And it's time for you to sleep as well.

    Curated, closed, all inclusive resorts are blessing as any other form of tourism with a baby is a masochism.

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    A lot easier than you'd think. Backpacking/hiking trips you can forget obviously. But absolutely no need to stick to resorts/avoid long haul and other tips in this thread (but fine if you want to). Never had an issue with my 1+ year old crying or fussing on 10 flights, longest being 10 hours. Same with any other baby that were on the same flights, I guess you only notice them when they act up.

    Get a decent baby carrier or find a lightweight foldable cabin size stroller if you absolute must bring one. Book the bassinet seat on the plane. For accommodation, just find somewhere that has cots or safe co-sleep. Everywhere has highchairs. Take it a bit slower than usual but you shouldn't need to change anything drastically. One big positive is that the airport/flying experience is massively improved. People love babies in the actual real world and you get to skip so many queues/get waved to the front.

    Having said that, you're fricked once they start to walk/get to the toddler stage. Approaching the 1 year old mark is the sweet spot where they can eat the same stuff as you mostly and interact with everything rather than just being a potato.

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    You dont. You leave it at home with the wifey.
    Unless you're traveling for medical reasons for the infant or that sweet gran-mama can see it before she kicks the bucket; there's no reason to travel with one.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      But if someone used to travel, it's hard to stay at home 24/7 for several years, just because there's a baby. This goes especially to wives, as when you chain them to the house and baby, they will refuse to make more babies (and intelligent people should have several of these for humanity to not go into shitter).

      You do travel with a baby, but on different terms. There's no need not to.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >But if someone used to travel, it's hard to stay at home 24/7 for several years, just because there's a baby.
        wow - its almost likes there's consequences and taking responsibility for your actions

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          how many funkopops do you own?

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          From your tone I assume comprehention of terms such as " consequences" or "responsibility" is far beyond you. When my wife gave born to our firstborn, due to bullshit mindset, that ones like yourself like to spread and impose on modern society, she sticked to the baby and a house and behave like her life has ended. She was becoming more and more bitter and upset. When our baby was 6mo I bought a trip to closed resort in Synai. At first she was furious for such "unresposibility", but I told her to stfu and that we're all going. Few months after that trip we went to Tanzania, then to Caribbean, then to Egypt etc.

          We were traveling and are still travelling with our baby/toddler/child and we're happy. When I die, there will be children who will carry on all these memories. While your corpse will be eaten by your cats, because your immature understanding of "consequences" and "responsibility" will always drag you down.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            For some reason the virgins on here tend to get riled up when you let them know it's actually possible to travel with a baby.

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              Not the other anon, but it's because there are few examples I can think of where traveling with children went off well.

              I just got back from Marrakech and a family of 4 had checked into my riad the last 2 days. The kids cried over random bullshit every breakfast and pissed off some french tourists who were there on their honeymoon, then they occupied the common area all day the next day and made a fricking mess of the place. The day I checked out, the parents were trying to organize a sitter for the kids and managed to get one for a whopping 2 hours.

              Also, having walked around the medina for a week, I can gaurantee you their stroller almost got ran over by an Arab on a motorcycle at least 20 times.

              No idea what these parents were thinking. They probably just hate domestic life and are trying to force themselves to have fun, but they just ended up pissing everyone else off in the process.

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                Arabic children, especially boys, are raised in the most stress-free way I've seen.

                >When I die, there will be children who will carry on all these memories
                I don't remember any of the trips my parents took me to when I was younger than 2, what the frick are you talking about? That's such a weird cope for not using a condom
                >While your corpse will be eaten by your cats
                Will yours be eaten by your children? What the frick kind of comparison is that?

                Get off reddit one of these days

                You sound like a beautiful one from mouse utopia.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >When I die, there will be children who will carry on all these memories
            I don't remember any of the trips my parents took me to when I was younger than 2, what the frick are you talking about? That's such a weird cope for not using a condom
            >While your corpse will be eaten by your cats
            Will yours be eaten by your children? What the frick kind of comparison is that?

            Get off reddit one of these days

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              not having kids is such a cringe millenial flex. I'm a zoomer and going to have shitloads of kids and travel everywhere with them. Seethe

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                It is.
                They're the kind of npc's who seethe at the mere notion of them having kids but don't mind pushing their 80 pound dog around in a stroller.

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                Flex? I am trying to figure out why people think they're doing their kids a favor by taking them to places they don't even have the maturity to understand.
                I am not against children, but I can't understand people who speak like they're saving they're doing the world a favor by taking a toddler to Seychelles.

                Arabic children, especially boys, are raised in the most stress-free way I've seen.
                [...]
                You sound like a beautiful one from mouse utopia.

                Frick if I know what you're talking about you redditBlack person

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I am trying to figure out why people think they're doing their kids a favor by taking them to places they don't even have the maturity to understand.

                Most people with kids don't think that. I take mine because I still want to travel and it's actually very little hassle or difference to usual trips (for now). That guy is just a schizo mong.

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                Figured.

            • 5 months ago
              Anonymous

              >thats such a weird cope for not using a condom
              dead giveaway aging millennial-speak

              • 5 months ago
                Anonymous

                >using condoms
                Imagine wrapping your penis in micro plastic filth instead of just busting raw during your lady's infertile part of cycle. You can tell he's never had kids, it took me 5 cycles busting on the actual ovulation day and every day around it just to conceive lol

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                I think they were too scarred by sex ed

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                I think they were too scarred by sex ed

                And it sounds like you've never had a pregnancy scare, I've knocked up two girls already from going raw ONCE.

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                Got 2 kids, both conceived during the first cycle (planned). It's something like a 33% conception rate for the first cycle which is why you don't frick around with protection.

            • 4 months ago
              Anonymous

              I'm convinced men lose their mental edge when they marry, there's no other way someone can believe their 1 year old will gain anything useful from overseas travel, let alone remember it. Any reality check is taken as a personal insult against the baby.

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I'm convinced men lose their mental edge when they marry, there's no other way someone can believe their 1 year old will gain anything useful from overseas travel, let alone remember it. Any reality check is taken as a personal insult against the baby.
                I was travelling with my parents across the Europe since I can remember. One of my first memories ever (I'm not sure I could walk at that point) was from some beach in Bulgaria or Yugoslavia. I believe this part of my raising made me a better person, because even as a child I knew there's a huge world beyond the horizon. It's basically how you raise ubermensh vs raising subhuman npc.
                Point is, Europe back then was very diverse with several fractions of western and commie blocks. Now you have to go to other continent for similar effect and you need to use plane for that.

                Also, even if you assume that from baby's perspective it can bond with parents wherever in the world, it's not just about the baby. Little fella needs happy, mentally rested parents, because frustrated ones are wrong material to bond with. If you used to travel around the world, you'll still need change of the setting from time to time. You can count that as higher needs, that might not be important to you, but are important to other people. I will go and these silly responses of disapproval won't change that, however sometimes they're annoying as frick. Some people take it as insult against the baby, because that is how nature made us: baby needs us, so we must protect ourselves to protect our baby.

                tldr: I'm ubermensh and I'm raising another ubermensh. I'm going and I'm taking my baby with me. Deal with it b***h.

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Effort posting to a genetic dead end
                Anon, I..

              • 4 months ago
                Cult of Passion

                >trails off
                That isnt uberposting.

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                >muh genes

                >I can heckin spell better than you
                >never breeds
                seedless chud

                >muh seed

                such is the life of the Black personbrained coomer gorilla

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                You misspelled ubermensch and can't write worth a shit. Double digit IQ, obviously.

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                GTFO with that moronic German spelling you 47 chromie subhuman. I'm ubermensh so I make the rules.

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I can heckin spell better than you
                >never breeds
                seedless chud

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I'm ubermensh and I'm raising another ubermensh
                This is cringe territory. The word you were looking for is "douchebag".

  9. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    as long as it is less than 7kg you can probably take it as hand luggage. put it in one of the overhead lockers or under the seat in front of you. use one of those soft carriers with the mesh panels on the side like pic related
    if it is more than 7kg you should check it in

  10. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Unless you're too rich to have it be a problem, the time when you have children under 6 is the time when you stay at home or go on short trips. You will not enjoy your trip with 3 small children, nor will anyone around you, nor will the children themselves who will probably suffer the most. By say age 28, you should have enough thoughts in your head to not get restless for giant travel adventures. But once your last kid is responsible enough not to freak out anywhere, get back to travelling all over partner

  11. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Your first mistake was having one.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      That's the neat part, you don't.

      incel detected

  12. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    That's the neat part, you don't.

  13. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >immediately sexualises people's kids
    Nonces get killed on sight

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