[QUOTE=alilmagical32;1040839]Thanks Andrea! Thats a great idea! I was trying to figure out a way to wear it as a ‘backpack’ or attach it to my rolling carryon. The stroller is a WAY better plan. To answer your Q, I will be taking one car seat and lap holding the other baby. Should be an interesting couple hours! :laugh:[/QUOTE]
I’ve done the carseat-on-rolling bag thing. Bungee cords, again. :laugh: The only thing that wasn’t great about that is that the carseat tends to prevent the rolling bag from standing on its own- you let go of it and the whole thing just faaaaallllllls over. (Usually in slow motion. :laugh:)
You’re going to do great. The one thing that really works for me is the mindset for going through security: It’s going to take a long time. You’re going to be as organized and efficient as you can be, but it’s going to take a while. And anyone who gives you evil looks can just get over themselves. It’s not like you have a choice, or you’re trying to annoy anyone on purpose. Kids take time.
One actual advantage you have over me is that the double stroller won’t go through the regular x-ray. So you can keep one boy in the stroller, let out the one in the carseat, and put the carseat on the conveyor while both boys are in the stroller. And if they try to hurry you with “they’re going to have to get out of the stroller” just smile, take your time with getting your stuff through x-ray, and then worry about getting the kids out of the stroller.
One thing at a time, don’t get overwhelmed. Sometimes you get really helpful TSA agents, sometimes they’re just jerks.