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During your flight journey, what will you do when a baby near by you is crying c

  1. choosetolive profile image80
    choosetoliveposted 2 years ago

    During your flight journey, what will you do when a baby near by you is crying continuously ?

    Question on Baby management during Flight travel

  2. Austinstar profile image84
    Austinstarposted 2 years ago

    Ask for help from the flight attendant. Maybe they can give you a set of headphones and a free movie. Or perhaps they can move mother & child to the back of the plane. Or perhaps they have a way to make babies more comfortable so they won't cry.
    But the flight attendants can't help if you don't ask.

  3. connorj profile image81
    connorjposted 2 years ago

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    I would simply offer my assistance to the parent(s) to ensure their baby is comforted so the baby is more content and not in such need. When a baby cries it is usually because of some unfulfilled need (i. e. time for a diaper change or too much pressure in ear).  Discerning the need and responding appropriately will usually work; if it is indeed something more serious then the steward or stewardess needs to respond by providing a more quiet area if possible or at minimum communicating the issue to someone or some resource that can assist with the situation. There have been a few instances where a plane has landed early and at a different airport to provide for the situation when it could not be resolved by parents and crew...

  4. dashingscorpio profile image88
    dashingscorpioposted 2 years ago

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    I'd probably turn on my iPod and listen to music.

  5. Kimberleyclarke profile image85
    Kimberleyclarkeposted 2 years ago

    I usually just smile at the parents - chances are they are mortified by the situation, so a reassuring smile will help them. Plus, there will surely be plenty of other people huffing and tutting. People can be so intolerant - we were all crying babies once!

  6. Evane profile image61
    Evaneposted 2 years ago

    It is normal for babies to cry during a flight. So the best that you can do is wear your headphone and listen to a party music.

 
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