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Old 12-20-2012, 10:30 AM   #21
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Did you put the iPad in rice to absorb the moisture? I've seen that trick save many an iPhone!! Try it!!
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Definitely fill a plastic bin with rice and any silica dessicant packs you have lying around. Put the iPad on top and seal the bin as well as you can! Don't try to restart it by plugging it into a power source until it's TOTALLY dry.
It is sitting in rice. It was still working as far as I know when I turned it off. We're heading out of town (obviously) for a week so hopefully it will e dry when we come home! I've got my fingers crossed but even if its broken, at least it wasn't my camera!!!!!

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Old 12-20-2012, 10:41 AM   #22
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Re: How to entertain a 13 month old on a plane!

You'll survive, mama.

If your son will pay attention to movies, I would bring a portable DVD player, iPad, iPhone or whatever you have available for him to watch movies. I don't allow my kids to watch a lot of TV, but when we travel I allow them to watch as much as they want. It makes it a lot easier. I've also purchased "travel toys" before the trip, and I don't allow them to see them until we're on the flight so that it's a surprise and it captures their interest. Bring a change of clothes for him, plenty of diapers and snacks. I'm always prepared for possible delays, many airports don't even sell diapers.
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Re: How to entertain a 13 month old on a plane!

I am taking a long flight with my (at time of travel) 14 month old. Will a child this young accept a headset? I am tempted to buy a child specific set but I am not sure my son will use them. Any words of advice?
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