All our kids rack out and we sit and laugh about it — and other kid realities — for the whole flight.”It’s not as if this generation’s parents invented the idea of taking the edge off for our kids. Ted says, “My parents did the same to us when we were on long road trips.
We had a VW van with the back seat removed and a platform put in covered with mattresses and sleeping bags and we drove everywhere — out to the Midwest, down to Florida, New Mexico.
When I wrote last week about the 2-year-old girl who, along with her whole family, was kicked off a Jet Blue flight for having a tantrum, I expected an outpouring of responses. I’d never given my two daughters Benadryl or anything else to calm them down when they were young travelers, and the thought of doing so seemed wrong to me.
What I hadn’t imagined was how much of it would be in favor of sedating kids as a practical means of getting them from point A to point B. It would have felt like a violation of their trust, a willful introduction of something unnecessary into their bodies for my own convenience.
(CNN) -- If the kids become too much to handle, slip 'em a little cold medicine.
It's an often-repeated joke -- or advice -- that parents share on the playground or on Twitter and Facebook pages.
The circumstances around the 18 deaths were not clear, Yin said.
He did not have access to case notes and legal findings.
Down at the other end of the long row of benches, I catch the eye of another parent doing the same thing to her daughter.And you don’t have to drug her up “in case” she might feel motion sick. It gives quick relief, even after symptoms have started.All natural remedy—great for kids Motioneaze contains a proprietary blend of highly concentrated, herbal oils, including Lavender, Peppermint, Frankincense, Chamomile, Myrrh, Ylang-Ylang and Birch.Here is a detailed overview of how Benadryl’s primary ingredient works, and what precautions you need to take while administering it.[ Read: Allergic Rhinitis In Children – Causes, Symptoms, Treatment ]The body produces histamine as a part of its defense mechanism, which is stored in mast cells and in almost all the tissues in the body (4).When an allergen or any foreign substance, such as a flower pollen invades the body, it stimulates the allergen and release the histamine stores. In case your child has hay fever, the histamine leads to inflammation of eyes, nose or airways.