With any luck, and if difficult child holds it together, we're going to visit difficult child 1 next week. It will be wee difficult child's first trip on a plane, and he will be anxious. My exMIL brought her mother home on a plane after her father passed away. Her mother was in the advanced stages of Alzheimers and dementia. She printed a few business cards up that she handed to airline personell that explained her mother and what they needed to do in the event there was a problem involving her mother, and she said it was a world of help. She suggested I do the same for wee difficult child, but I'm not sure how much info to divulge or how to word it. Any suggestions?