A Parent Is Born
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A Parent Is Born

‘SHUT THAT KID UP!’: How to Handle Traveling Parents

Here’s how you should treat noisy families while traveling.

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By Matt Hershberger

Two years ago, I took a 14-hour train down to Charleston for the weekend. About five minutes after I took my seat, a woman sat in the seat across from me, and out of the corner of my eye, I saw her lay a portable seat on the floor…




Because the moment a child is born, a parent is born, too.

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