On kids and airplanes
I travel extensively. Much of my wife’s family lives in San Antonio, Texas as well as Guadalajara, Mexico. My family lives in Houston and Austin. I met my wife while we were teaching near Shanghai, China. Our first baby, Sebastian, was born in China. Our second baby Sofi was born near New York City while we were living there because of our company iCouch. We lived in Mexico for 6 months and then France after that. Soon, we’ll be heading to Germany after spending 3 months in San Antonio. Needless to say, we are a very mobile, international family. My son’s passport has more stamps and visas than many people would get in their entire lifetime.
And we wouldn’t have it any other way.
There was a blog on FlyerTalk in 2012 that discussed the idea that some people would like to ban babies from airplanes. Of course, as a frequent traveler (both before having a family...
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