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    For me it would be an Ergo, no question. But I also recommend going in and trying a few on

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    Default Baby carriers and traveling.

    My DD did not seem bothered by landing/taking off. She sat in the bassinet and played with her toys while we ate too. We just came home from a trip where we did 8 flights and three long haul ones. She did very well and loved everyone fussing and smiling over her. We had one bad flight which in retrospect we should have flown business class (I realize that this is not an option for all) as DD was already overtired, the seats were so crammed that it was hard to get her comfortable with breastfeeding and other babies kept waking her up and lights were shining in her face above the bassinet. But all in all, if you can time a trip before they are moving - it's much easier. DD is content at sitting and playing so it was great having the bassinet. If you book the bassinet, confirm it like three times. They stuffed it up for us

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    If you're in south Australia I recommend you google nurture nest, she sells a good range and you can try them on with bubs


 

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