The most embarrassing moment of my life? That’s easy. Our son, Aren, had just turned one and we were flying from New York to London on an airline whose name I’ve promised never to mention. We’d managed to score an upgrade — seats 1A and 1B — and to ensure Aren had a pleasant trip, we offered him a nip of Benadryl. Most kids fall asleep when they’re given an antihistamine. Not mine. The medication had the exact opposite effect: Aren turned hyper, tearing down the aisle of the first class cabin, shrieking and bumping other passengers. He woke up the person sitting next to us and drooled on the passenger behind us. All of which bring me to this week’s topic: Kids in first class. Should we or shouldn’t we? And if so, when?

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