I'm a little nervous as we have done some day trips or 1 nighters with the three boys but not done a big holiday or gone on plane with them all yet!!!
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The activities you pack if you wrap them up like a pressie -just cheap stuff from a $ type store- then they can open them and play for a while until they get bored.
I always try and keep my children in their seats for as long as I possibly can. I divide up the different events and make them last as long as I can eg the take off is very exciting so the buzz of taking off and then talking about where we are going and what we will be doing usually lasts for 3/4 hr. Then I will feed them, do a toilet run and a walk around the aisle, followed by a toy.... I can stretch that out to take up ages.
I tell my children that if they are in their seats the belt must be on and I allow them to go for a walk every now and again to stretch legs etc.
I think that the main thing is to be alert and ahead of their needs.
Also flush the toilet after they leave the room... it can be scarey.
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