After an arm wrestling match with the car seat, you've finally figured out how to install the thing into the airplane seat. You've got you're baby all buckled in and you're about to pull out the sandwich you bought because you haven't eaten a thing all day.
But suddenly a terrible smell fills the air. Ugh! Dirty diaper!
Where should you change the diaper?
This question comes up in a recent LA Times article. A reader writes in complaining about some parents who changed their baby's diaper in their first-class seat, stinking up their entire section. I advise against this. It's rude and unfair. Dirty diapers are gross and don't need to be shared with everyone on the plane.
Instead lug your kid to the bathroom. Yes, the quarters are tiny and you'll have to bring out some fancy yoga moves to get your baby changed but it's the right thing to do.