Face it, babies need a lot of stuff. A short trip to the store can seem like you're packing for a week in the woods camping trip. Diapers, wipes, bottles, blanket, towel, changing mat, baby food and who knows what all else. Oh and don't forget the infant carrier.
Based on comfort, choose a seat that reclines and that there is plenty of head support with a soft, removable pillow or cushion. Infant seats are rearward facing in order to provide better defense in the case of a crash.
Although airlines and travel agencies never recommend parents to use special child restraint or an airplane car seat while traveling with infants, safety experts highly recommend that babies and infants should travel in a car seat on airplane, which is approved by FAA.
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