It's your choice of course, but even if you usually use cloth diapers, I recommend that you use disposable ones when you're flying with infants. At least you won't have to start doing the laundry as soon as you get to your destination. Don't forget wipes, creams and baby powder - in fact everything you have to hand when you're usually changing your baby. A good alternative can be the self-contained diaper kits, these include an airtight plastic bag, diaper, wipes and rash ointment, once the diaper is changed it all just goes in the trash. To save the struggle of removing your little ones cloths in that very tiny bathroom space it is a good idea to undress him / her down to the diaper in your seat and redress when you return. As for where to change, if the airplane has a changing table in the bathroom, you're all set, otherwise your best bet is to ask the attendant, sometimes they have changing tables but not in all bathrooms, it's also a good idea to carry a couple of disposable changing pads (in case of soiling) they are generally less bulky, or a small blanket could be used for this purpose only. If your child uses a pacifier, taking a spare with you into the bathroom, it is a very good idea as there is nothing worse than having your child drop his or hers onto that very germy floor. As for the soiled diaper, pack a few disposable plastic bags in your diaper bag. These can be used for any soiled clothes as well of course to put that soiled diaper before disposing of it in the bathroom trash. Your fellow passengers will thank you for it.
The SnugRider has a lightweight frame that weighs 12 pounds. The main idea behind this stroller was to get rid of the extra weight and bulk that accompanies regular strollers. The SnugRider exclusively carries infant car seats. More specifically, it carries the Graco SnugRide and the Graco Infant SafeSeat.
Like anything else associated with kid gear, seats can come with a bunch of features and options. All of them should be adjustable to allow for proper positioning of the shoulder and lap belt as the child grows. Some are designed so you can do that with just one hand and that can be a real convenience. And if the kid is drinking coffee, you can get models with armrests that have cup holders molded in along with a foldable snack tray.
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