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scaryfairy28 Mon 18-Jul-11 18:37:14

Has anyone flown with a baby in easyjet? Is it ok dd will be 3.5 months I know recommendation says to feed on take off but easyjet website says no bf what should do? Argue it or put up or try a bottle?

Shanghai Mon 18-Jul-11 18:38:32

they say you can't breast feed???? I'm pretty sure that's against the law!!

MrsCampbellBlack Mon 18-Jul-11 18:39:43

Are you sure?

Because I've bf on easyjet flights.

Baby will be on your lap so easy to bf.

scaryfairy28 Mon 18-Jul-11 18:43:33

Sorry my mistake website says "Yes you can breast feed on board at any time except during take off and landing." what should I do about ears popping? Was planning to feed?

TheCrackFox Mon 18-Jul-11 18:45:08

Just breastfeed, I wouldn't imagine that the stewards would notice TBH.

WannabeNigella Mon 18-Jul-11 18:45:10

A dummy works fine if you use one.

MrsCampbellBlack Mon 18-Jul-11 18:48:19

I just bf and no-one said anything. Baby was on my lap cuddled into me anyway.

My babies never had dummies so bf at 3 months would have been the only option.

scaryfairy28 Mon 18-Jul-11 19:11:10

Thanks that reassures me a bit, trying unsuccessfully to get her to take dummy just now!

RitaMorgan Mon 18-Jul-11 19:20:51

I breastfed on take off and landing and never had a problem! You have to have the baby on your lap with a lap belt round them, but even with that done up I could feed ds without an issue. The staff didn't say anything to me, other than just checking I had his seat belt on properly.

SparkyUK Mon 18-Jul-11 23:29:49

Yes, you can totally BF with the seat belt on. That said, my kids never seemed to have problems with their ears popping anyway. I think it was one of the many things that I built up into a Big Thing and then nothing came of it. (There are probably about a thousand of these from the last 3 years.)

My concern with easy jet would be more about the other passengers and the rush to get seats, not being able to sit with DH bc lets face it, when carrying a 3.5 month old you can't hustle as fast as the others.

RitaMorgan Mon 18-Jul-11 23:31:12

You can board first if you have a child under 5 though - and no one wants to sit next to a baby anyway grin

wonkylegs Mon 18-Jul-11 23:36:07

I flew loads with DS as a baby, family is all at opposite end of the country. Mainly with Easyjet. Was never a problem and always BF during takeoff & landing tbh sometimes through most of the flight too - kept him quiet. It's got a lot harder now he's 3 and won't sit still grin

Nefret Tue 19-Jul-11 11:12:52

Feed your baby! the stewardesses will be strapped in their seats during take off and landing anyway so they wont see.

Quenelle Tue 19-Jul-11 11:21:58

You can board first if you have a child under 5 though - and no one wants to sit next to a baby anyway

Yes, that is the difference between EJ and Ryanair. Easyjet board families with young children after priority boarders.

Ryanair don't give a shit about you.

Highlander Wed 20-Jul-11 07:41:40

The baby will be attached to you with a lap belt. You can easily BF - did it a million times with both DSs. BFing is the same position as you would hold a baby of that age anyway.

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