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Name: Nicolaaa
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Im going to Majorca in july/august. The plane journey is 3 or 4 hours...my daughters will be turning 2.

They are quite well behaved but does anybody have any tips to keep them quiet the whole way? I dont want to carry lots of pens etc for them to doodle and no doubt they will draw on the table or something.

How did/does everyone keep two two year olds quiet on a plane?

ANY information/advice would be helpful
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Name: marija | Date: May 21st, 2007 1:43 AM
nicola
if its a morning flight....they should sleep :-)
if its a afternoon flight...dont give them a midday nap...then the may sleep :-)
if its a night sleep....still try and miss the midday nap...they will definitely sleep...LOL
try for a seat them between you and your partner...so you can block them in and each one has a adult to tend to them...take lots of walks to the toilet...even if they dont want to go but just to have a walk....
take snacks even if they give you food on the flight (they may not like it) and it keeps them occupied for half hour...LOL
4 hours will go fast.
bag full of colouring in books and pencils / small toys...they will come in handy on your trip anyway. let them take their own backpacks with their own pencil case and books. pack a small pillow each in the bag..or get one of those soft backpacks and fill with a change of clothes..then the bag can be used for practical and comfort.
have a nice holiday :-) 

Name: marija | Date: May 21st, 2007 1:45 AM
SORRY THATS....if its a morning flight....they probably WONT sleep :-(...too excited 

Name: Nicolaaa | Date: May 21st, 2007 7:07 PM
hahaa thanks alot marija!! id given up hope of anyone answring this!!!

They have a dora the explorer rucksack each anyway...they are the cutest things...I think we'll have one soft toy each on the plane...I dont want pencils etc...as its not worth it for 4 hrs and they will probably start screaming or fighting!!!

thanks!!! 

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