That is probably going a little far, as Benadryl is an approved OTC medication and most people don't consider it 'drugging' their child and wouldn't think twice to give it to their child if they had hives or allergies.
But still, how far would you go to make your child sleep on a plane?
The workshop was hosted by Sallie Boschung, a Vancouver French immersion teacher who has flown extensively with her two children all around the world.Boschung came with a list of tips for handling kids on the ground and in the air. “Dress even teenagers in really bright clothing like fluorescent pink,” she told the group.
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