I wish there was a nursery cabin in all passenger airplanes. If airline companies could afford providing business class, first class, residential suites and the humongous airplane Airbus 380 (double-deck jet passenger airliner), for sure they could provide a space exclusively for families with very young children (under the age of 5), yes the kind of children who do not sit still and cries loudly, the kind of children that passengers (who don’t like children) do not want to sit next with.
I am very happy with Korean Air’s Baby/Infant meals. Although it depends on your destination, ours was from San Francisco to Incheon. They serve Infant Meals first before serving all passengers and they are generous with the baby food. Before the actual flight, we called the airline to request for a bassinet and baby meal preference, which is either infant formula or baby food (solids). Korean Air serves Similac Infant Formula and Gerber for solid food.