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    plus with baby wearing, what's the point of wearing a pretty dress if you've got a baby on you stealing all the limelight?

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    Hi LH.

    When I was out and about with my youngest, I used to bring one of these soft carry-thingys with handles, that you can place in the stroller or use on its own. I cannot for the life of me remember what it is called but I'll google it and try to find a link for you. By memory they are about $30, and really great!

    Does anyone know what I am on about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonhead View Post
    WOAH thats awesome and reasonable!
    if I didn't wear my DD everywhere I wouldve got one for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    plus with baby wearing, what's the point of wearing a pretty dress if you've got a baby on you stealing all the limelight?
    LOL 2 weeks after birth I wont look pretty anyway!!

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    Hi LH.

    When I was out and about with my youngest, I used to bring one of these soft carry-thingys with handles, that you can place in the stroller or use on its own. I cannot for the life of me remember what it is called but I'll google it and try to find a link for you. By memory they are about $30, and really great!

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    They sound cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuminMind View Post
    Hi LH.

    When I was out and about with my youngest, I used to bring one of these soft carry-thingys with handles, that you can place in the stroller or use on its own. I cannot for the life of me remember what it is called but I'll google it and try to find a link for you. By memory they are about $30, and really great!

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    Yes its a cocoon! Great idea! They are called " cocoon" too i think. All the baby shops sell them!

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    They are a softer version of a bassinette!

    Check out babyshopdirect!

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    I would just use a portable bassinet if you don't want to take it in the car. I like the pop up phil and teds one posted! Otherwise you can get the bassinet for the phil and teds that is like the flat bed type. Id be worried about a toddler leaning on the pop up one and squashing the baby but that's probably just me haha.

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    You could use a soft bassinet, you can also use these with a pram, just make sure you keep an eye on her, I always worry about these types of carriers if not supervised closely.
    http://aussiebaby.com.au/shop/index....roducts_id=115

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    Here is a link to what I ws trying to explain. http://www.valco.com.au/accessory/soft_bassinet

    Nowhere as funky as the one Etienne suggested, though! I just like that I can pop the soft carrier on my knees (or someone else's) and rock it back and forth until the kid sloes, and then put the thingy down and get down and dirty on the dance floor! Well, or the local bingo events, which is closer to the truth!

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    Thats what worries me about the cocoon too TLT, even though it looks great!

    The thing I liked about the capsule is that its solid and I could plonk it on the ground near me and not freak out.


 

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