I'm flying with my 14 month old daughter and she will be a lap-child (no, I didn't buy her a ticket, so please no lectures on the "dangers" of having a child on my lap. I've heard it all, thanks).
I am in a row with three seats, and I've booked the aisle seat. The seat next to me is empty, but the window seat is occupied. My plan is to use the middle seat for my daughter to rest (we're doing an overnight flight).
Do you have any advice for sharing a row with your toddler and a stranger? Should I just keep my daughter in my lap, so as not to bother the stranger in the window seat? Or should I go ahead and try to let my daughter sit in the middle seat? I just don't want to bother anyone. It will be her first flight, and we'll in in the air at least 5 hours. I'm expecting her to fall asleep (the flight leaves at 10pm-her usual bedtime is 7:30pm), but you never know.
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