And then I found a small paragraph in the sidelines of an old sailing magazine in which a very salty mother said that children younger than age 2 don't get seasick. At least that is my memory - very possible that I am a bit fuzzy on it, as I was in my third trimester. So, right or not, I held on to that 'fact' during the nights that worry kept me awake. Again and again, I returned to the idea that babies under age 2 cannot and do not get seasick. I loved that idea - it fit with our life plan to sell the house, quit the jobs, and start sailing. And Elias, bless him, lived up to that ideal in every storm and rough weather passage all the way from Alaska to Australia - turning two in Tonga and still not being sea sick. He earned the name, 'Little Salty', and to this day he has stronger sea legs than any of the Galactic crew. Lucky boy.