I'm a seasoned traveler. There was a point in my career when I got on a plane almost every day for over a year. Needless to say, I have definitely been known to stereo-type people in the security lines and when making seat selection. In the past, I would quickly pick a different security line if I saw young children and I would avoid sitting next to a baby on the plane at all costs.Now the tables are turned. On Saturday, people refused to make eye contact with me and avoided sitting next to us. Palmer and I braved the skies and flew to Houston (and back in the same day) for my dear friend Persis' baby shower. I was very nervous, but sweet Palmer curiously looked out the window for a little while and then slept the rest of the flight. On the way back, Palmer fell asleep during boarding and didn't wake again until we landed. He didn't make a peep on either leg.
Palmer at the baby shower: