Our kids are getting too big to curl up in the chairs and sleep.
Even time I do this I think, “I never want to do this again.” And yet I will have to do it again in a week.
Never judge your hair in an airplane mirror. The lighting in there is awful.
If people are still standing and walking while the seatbelt light is on, even after the flight attendant says in Chinese, “For the last time, sit down and fasten your seatbelts!” chances are they will remain standing.
Special meals are the way to go – no waiting for that meal cart to finally get back to us little people.
Providing someone with a small, thick steak may seem like a kindness except when you have simultaneously provided her with only plastic utensils.
It doesn’t matter how bored I am, the movie Grown Ups is not worth more than 5 minutes of my attention.
Why can’t I bring water on the plane, but you’ll give it to me when I’m here? (there is a second security check as you leave China, after your ticket has been scanned, to take any liquids you've bought in the airport)
I am genetically programmed to sleep only when it is dark and quiet, I am laying down in a comfortable and warm bed, and no one is touching me. These are not the conditions on a plane, therefore I do not sleep. Also, I would suck on Survivor.
I wish I could take credit for what great travelers our kids are. We get so many compliments, but really, it’s all them.
My butt hurts.