Thanks for the replies! I called TSA just to make sure and what she told me about the chef boyardee cup is that.. as long as it doesn't contain more than 3.4 of liquid. So it doesn't matter that it the container is over 3.4 oz it's the sauce inside..lol how the heck am I supposed to know that?! Anyhow, I guess this is out. She did tell me I can bring sandwhiches ( even for us) they just have to be in a zip lock bag ( so it doesn't spill on the conveyor belts during screening) I can bring more than 3.4 oz of juice or milk for Ds. She said if there is anything I'm questioning I can bring it but put it isomething that can be thrown away if needed incase they tell me no. I have to applaud the rep I talked to . She was VERY helpful and she was really nice and even called me back because she forgot to tell me if I bring anything like we were talking about just put it in a separate bin and let them know it's there. Also let them know I am traveling with a toddler and we shouldn't have any issues. First time in a while I had that good of phone customer service!
I'm flying out in 3 hrs. We're going from Dallas to NYC for a business trip. DH and I have our 2.5 yr old with us ( his nanny is in nyc) Usually it's a quick trip and leave DS while we go but it's a little longer and we're taking him with us. What are the toddler restrictions for liquids and snacks? Last time he flew with us he was under a year old so I had his bottles with me and the 3 oz rule didn't apply to him. Now though, does he have to follow the 3 oz rule? I bought some little chef boyardee cups ( gross I know but we're flying during lunch he never eats these things) I wanted something commercially sealed. Can we take that? What about juices pouches or anything like that? Normally I'd bring a few peices of fruit and some cheese crackers but it's a 3.5 hr flight non stop from 10:15-2:30 :-/.
I have the ipad, books little toys and coloring book. I'm just stuck on the snacks lol