Here's a few emotions we experienced. Maybe you can relate?
#1. When you need your toddler to relinquish liquids before security.
#2. When TSA tells you to "hurry it up" while you're herding your little cats through the line.
#3. Or when they need to pat down your baby.
#4. When you're trying to collapse a stroller (while holding your baby) to go through the x-ray machine.
#5. When your flight gets delayed.
#6. Let's not even talk about a plane delayed on the tarmac.
#7. When you realize a stranger will be sharing the row with your family.
#8. When someone slams the overhead compartment above a sleeping baby.
#9. When your kids kick the seat or play with the hair of the person in front of you.
#10. When your kids actually play with the creative/quiet/educational activities you packed.
#11. When people give you dirty looks because your baby is crying.
#12. And you realize you've got a "Code Brown."
#13. And those airplane bathrooms are no joke.
#14. When you walk out of that little tunnel into the terminal.