Tip 1: Don't dump liquids out of baby bottles at security: You can now go through security without dumping a full bottle or sippy cup when you declare it a the security checkpoint.
I was tagged by Tammie Dooley at Solo Road Trip to share three travel secrets and in turn tag five other travel related bloggers and request they do the same on their blogs. “My 3 Best Kept Travel Secrets,” organized by Katie of Tripbase.com states “the aim of this game is to unite travel bloggers in a joint endeavor to create an amazing list of top travel recommendations across the globe to share with the entire travel community.”
Right now my life revolves around naps, diaper changes and ouchies. Traveling with a 2 year old can be challenging but I think these travel tips can make your trip a little easier...
Tip 2: Get a gate pass: A friend or family member (non-ticketed person) can help you get through security when traveling alone with children. Airlines usually limit the number of gate passes they will issue to one adult per child traveling. The ticketing agent will require proper identification, the passenger’s name and flight information. A gate pass holder will be required to show proper identification and their gate pass to enter and go through the security line. *It's always a good idea to check with TSA & your Airline before flying since these days procedures change daily.
Tip 3: Put on lipstick: I love this advice from Hints and Things in the UK:
Five travel bloggers now tagged to post regarding their
3 Best Kept Travel Secrets: