‘The Little Couple’: Jen Arnold Gives Advice To Parents Who Travel
The Little Couple returns to our screens this coming week, and fans can’t wait for it. In the meantime, Jen Arnold’s been keeping us all up to date on her Instagram. The family returned from India, where they combined work with pleasure and took Zoey and Will along. It was a great opportunity for Zoey to explore her cultural roots. Now, Jen posted up some advice to parents who wish to travel with kids.
The Little Couple parents, Jen Arnold and Bill undertook a long journey by air with the kids
While, the show comes along very soon, in real life, we see Jen, Bill and the two kids visit India. Now, the family ended their vacation and flew back to the USA. If you ever did a long-haul flight, you know it can be totally exhausting. The trip from India takes over 24 hours, enough to give even the most ardent traveler pause for thought. Now, imagine doing that with two active little kids!
On Saturday night, Jen took her Instagram and shared a photo of Zoey on the plane. The cute little girl looked relaxed and not at all stressed by the flight. Quite how this came about seems an elusive answer for so many people who chimed in on the conversation that followed. Those people who want to travel with little ones sometimes feel daunted at the prospect. So, Jen had some words of advice for them.
Fan of The Little Couple who want to travel with kids seemed cheered by Jen’s advice
On her Instagram, Jen said to fans of The Little Couple, that they should just do it. Jen admitted, “flying, especially long trips, is not easy w/ kids.” But she noted that Will and Zoey love traveling and flying!” Well, that’s a useful starting point, anyway. Jen added, ” I think the key to successful travel w/ kids is to just do it! Don’t be afraid and start early! Zoey is loving her silly socks! Will is ready to fly that plane!”
Starting early seemed the same point that some of her followers agreed on. @felesh76 posted back, “1000% agree!! So many friends say to me that they can’t wait to travel with their kids. Why wait? Go!” Meanwhile, @tamara_nen, who seems experienced suggested a few things. They wrote, “And make sure you’re prepared. 😉 [I] have seen so many parents traveling without extra clothing, toys, distractions, food, etc and make sure you are all rested and relaxed, they pick up on that 🙏❤️.”
More good advice for parents who travel
Obviously, the more kids travel, the easier they settle into the journey. So, starting early is very good advice. But for first-timers, excellent advice comes from Upgradedpoints.com. They advise people to “invest time in planning and preparation. Otherwise, you may find yourself stuck in the skies with a crying or hyperactive child.” And, if you ever traveled, you know that once kids get hyperactive and noisy, jaded travelers become irked by it.
Jen Arnold told fans of The Little Couple that she was grateful to their airline for their safe journey. The same outlet suggests that you should turn to the hostesses for advice. After all, they see everything under the sun on international flights. They collectively have lots of useful tips for you. So, don’t be afraid to ask for advice. Also, they recommend you resist the urge for spontaneous travel. Take your time and plan it right.
Avoid red-eye flights
Another tip is that it’s best to avoid “red-eye flights.” These late-night trips often carry tired passengers who just wish to relax and catch some shuteye. There’s no quicker way to thicken the air with malice than an unruly child on those flights.
Jen Arnold and Bill have some advantage over the average family traveling. They managed first-class looking at the picture. Do you have some experience flying in coach? If you have, then please share your ideas in the comments below.
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