Women and Peace

Beauty, fitness and health, relationships and family life, fashion.

If you are not lucky enough to be able to fill an entire row, hence getting both an aisle and a window seat, which seat is best for your toddler when flying?

Many parents believe that a window seat is the best bet for a toddler – after all, there is plenty to see while taking off and landing. But many parents fail to realize that once you are at a cruising altitude, there will be very little for a curious toddler to see out the window.

Instead, choose an aisle seat as opposed to a window seat. A toddler on a flight will often want to see what is going on around him or her inside the airplane, and the view just isn’t that good from the window seat. An aisle seat will allow him or her the ability to “people watch” and see the comings and goings of people and flight attendants up and down the aisle.

One Comment

  1. Sohail
    12:39 pm on October 5th, 2012

    miss you hi marianna is so buetuifal soory if i spell her name wrong, i know how it feel to be exhausted cause i am almost 18 weeks in 2days i have been planning my trip to go over sea i got my ok to travel today from the dr so yay. anyway its fine to give her ur milk she is still ur daughter and she still a toddler it will let her get smarter and keep her healthy. i wouldnt care what others would say if thats something u want then go for i am gonna do the same thing to

Your must be logged in to comment.