My husband's family is in Montana, and he would like to visit them this summer and we're obviously going to have to bring the baby. Flying I know is very expensive per person and we'd need to get a ticket for the baby as well and bring his car seat on the plane. I'm ok with driving even if it will take a while. My husband wants to ask my parents if we can use their 30 foot RV - Has anyone had an infant in an RV before - I wouldn't know where to put his car seat - we only have the two captain chairs in the front and a couch, seat and dining seat in the middle and the bed in the back. Alternatively we could also rent a mini-van and stay in hotels.
Just wondering with a big trip like this what others have done and how they've done it with a child our child's age.
If your concern is for safety (the seat belt issue) you would be better off renting a van. That's a long drive and your kid probably won't be happy in an RV if he can't get out of his seat and walk around in all that space he sees. It's like a tease. Get a van and a portable DVD player, take some of his toys, and snacks. He should be fine with that.
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