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(CNN) -- If the kids become too much to handle, slip 'em a little cold medicine.

It's an often-repeated joke -- or advice -- that parents share on the playground or on Twitter and Facebook pages.

However, as our trip grew closer, I started to feel nervous. What if the novel situation – being surrounded by strangers on an airplane and being held in our laps (we didn’t purchase her own seat) – was just too much for her?

I know that many frown upon the idea of “drugging” kids for smoother travel.

Works like a charm.”I’ll admit that I was initially stunned to see how apparently commonplace the practice is.

I fall asleep if I’m not driving.” Collette says that her mother used to give her whiskey in hot milk.All our kids rack out and we sit and laugh about it — and other kid realities — for the whole flight.”It’s not as if this generation’s parents invented the idea of taking the edge off for our kids. Ted says, “My parents did the same to us when we were on long road trips.We had a VW van with the back seat removed and a platform put in covered with mattresses and sleeping bags and we drove everywhere — out to the Midwest, down to Florida, New Mexico.And after getting an earful from other parents both on Twitter and via email, I began to wonder if doing something that could make a child comfortable — and one’s fellow travelers considerably less inconvenienced – was such a big deal.“I’ve totally given Benadryl as a way to get the kids to go to sleep when they were littler,” says my friend Collette, whose sons are now tweens like mine. I would do it on a flight if I thought it would make them less freaked out.” But, she admits, “I’ve never made it a habit.”And my friend Ted, who has two school-age daughters, regaled me with the story of flying to Florida a few years ago, “crouched down behind the row of seats in the departure lounge, feeding my perfectly healthy kids cough syrup so they will sleep, and looking guiltily around to see if I am going to be caught.Down at the other end of the long row of benches, I catch the eye of another parent doing the same thing to her daughter.More than half of the cases involved at least one sedating drug; 17 of the 18 deaths included sedatives.