I have two new articles up at family.com:
How to keep up with airport security rules and regulations when you’re traveling with small children.
With the winter storms in Washington D.C. and in the wake of the foiled Christmas Day attack, it’s a pretty stressful time to get on an airplane in America. Especially when you’re taking the kids. But a little planning, some practice with stuffed animals, and an early arrival at the airport can all go a long way to making your trip more enjoyable.
And then there’s the attitude factor, which Alisa Bowman talks about in hilarious detail in this post, “Life is a Struggle, a Wonderful Struggle,” up at Project Happily Ever After.
I have two six airplane rides to take in the near future, and my teeny tiny baby will be coming along.
The one problem with these new articles is that I don’t give any advice for how to get the spit-up stains off your work clothes before you give a talk about writing to an auditorium full of people.
I haven’t figured that one out yet…