Travel with kids is not an easy process, especially when other passengers shoot you the side eye before you even get your family seated. Take control of the situation when flying and book seats in an L-shape to counteract seat-kicking by your child.
This formation, with an adult next to and in front of the kid, prevents them from kicking the back of a stranger's seat. Of course, the best course of action is to raise your child in such a way that they don't kick strangers — but if it's taking a bit of time for that lesson to sink in, this is a decent workaround. For more tips on travelling with children, check out the full post via the link below.
What to Do When a Kid Won't Stop Kicking Your Airline Seat [Conde Nast Traveller]