Before we left for the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration in Orlando, Florida last month, I showed you the J.L. Childress Car Seat Travel Bag I bought to protect A.J.’s car seat on the flight. I needed the car seat because I rented a car to get us from the airport to Disney World a day before the conference. It also gave us the flexibility to go grocery shopping instead of eating out everyday.
Anyone who flies with kids understands how hard it is to keep your sanity and everything clean. I’ve seen families put car seats in trash bags when they checked in on flights. But I didn’t trust it. I also needed something with wheels since I was traveling solo, juggling the stroller and diaper bag.
I promised to show you how the J.L. Childress Car Seat Travel bag held up in case you’re flying this summer, so here’s part II of my video review.
Did the J.L. Childress Car Seat Travel Bag Survive?
Other travel bags by J.L. Childress
Traveling with Car Seats
When A.J. was younger, it was so much easier to strap him in a baby carrier and nurse him for most of the flight. Fast forward two years and I’ve got a wriggling toddler who requires his own airfare.
I’ve had some grate experiences with flight attendants who’ve lent a hand when I needed to shift suitcases or feed him a snack.
How have you survived traveling with kids, car seats and their gear?
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I paid my own conference fee to attend the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration 2012. We may also receive gift items.
I also paid for the J.L. Childress car seat travel bag with my own money. This post includes affiliate links.
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