Getting through TSA with my family is a comedy worthy of a Sundance short film. I have a daughter with special needs meaning extra equipment and medications. Last family vacation I had an aggressive travel plan which included each family member taking their own carry-on to avoid baggage fees. As soon as we got to the airport and opened the back of our SUV it was apparent that my plan had some flaws. How were we going to actually transport the entire back end of our Suburban through TSA and onto the plane? Thankfully we were on time, but with no cart in sight and the uncertainty of TSA lines, our only choice was to pick up and go. Loaded down like pack mules we made our way; my husband pushing my daughter’s wheelchair and pulling his and her carry-ons, me pulling my carry-on with the car seat teetering on top and my laptop bag and purse over my shoulder, my oldest daughter pulling her carry-on, her sister’s personal bag, and our camera bag. [Read the rest of the article on Snowmamas.com]
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