We're booking tickets for a vacation this summer. Babes will be 3 mos at a minimum (we have travel insurance in case anything changes our plans). My parents will be coming with us to help out. It's a 13 hour flight.
I know that we can't have two babies in a two seat aisle because of the oxygen mask issue, so our plan was to do front and back seats.
The plane set up is: seats A, B, aisle, C,D,E,F,G aisle, H, I
My mom & I in row 22 seats A &B, DH & my dad in row 23 seats A&B. DH will take a baby and I'll take a baby.
We wanted the window/aisle (a/b) combo so that someone can possibly sleep against the wall, or I can nurse in the window seat (more privacy?), and someone always has access to an aisle for walking (baby, or themselves).
Is that an ideal setup? Will we at any point be able to sit with both babies in the same row? I realize that may ultimately depend on flight attendants.
They still put whiskey in babies bottles to help them sleep, right? Or is it brandy? (kidding. Clearly it's rum)
Waiting anxiously for someone to come home
IUIs #1 & 2 BFN, IUI #3 chemical pregnancy.
IVF cycle 1: ER 8/27 10R, 8M, 6F No frosties for us, none survived to freeze
Two transferred 9/1
First beta 247, second beta 487. 9/20 Twins!
Grow little babies, please, please continue to grow