You won't be allowed to occupy an emergency exit if you're flying with infants but you may find that a bulkhead seat has more leg room and space for all your paraphernalia. On the other hand a lot of parents don't like this position as it does not give you any under-seat storage, so really it is a personal choice, more leg room and space or under-seat-storage. If you opt for the under seat storage, then... so you have access to the bag during takeoff and landing store the baby bag under the seat in front of you, not in the overhead compartment
Most seats for kids to be used in cars are made to meet all the necessary safety standards. Therefore, it is a must to use one of them when you carry a baby in your car.
A friend of mine and his wife had a baby last month - they are new parents and they're really excited. Their son was born via cesarean section and my friend was concerned that his wife was getting a bit house-bound. You see, my friend's wife is not allowed to lift anything heavy and the brand new Peg Perego stroller they received from his in-laws is fantastic but it's too heavy for his wife to lift & maneuver... and using a lightweight umbrella stroller was out of the question because most umbrella strollers don't accommodate infant car seats.
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