or chances are that he sleeps heaps. You never know, mine always have when traveling New Zeeland - Sweden on many occasions.
And if he dont sleep much, no sweat. Calm parents will give you a higher chanse of him sleeping.
Try keeping the meal time as much as possible, but just keep a sense of common sense, if he does not sleep on the plane and then finally falls asleep on a mealtime, so be it. Let him sleep. And then get back into the meal schedule as fast as possible in the new country.
What I find with time zones, is that they go through what you go through. Last time we traveled to Vietnam we all woke up in our hotel room at 4 in the morning, non of us could sleep anymore. Oh well, we watched a inte until breakfast was served at 7, and then we tried to keep meal times for the rest of the day as much as possible.
So absolutely, aim for a meal schedule on normal times in the new country, but use common sense depending on how much sleep the little one has had. And maybe it wont even be a problem because the little one will sleep heaps on the plane.....
Lilla O född 2010-02-04 (42+1)
Standardmodellat sedan 13 mars då hon var drygt 4 veckor.
Lilla M född 2012-11-29 (39+0)
SM från början, vad annars