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    As if that baby could get out anyway - she looks like she is in a cocoon!!

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    Just did a little google and came up with "No, not safe (I'm a certified car seat technician). Even if there are holes for the straps and the product says you can (very irresponsible of the company IMO) it puts too much fabric between harness and baby. All the extra fabric compresses in an accident and the baby could come out of the seat."

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    My concern with it is that the houdini strap isn't designed to take impact, so in an accident if it was to come undone or break the baby would come out of its seat because it's arms aren't in the top straps, just the shoulders.

    Also that baby could slip out of the swaddle upwards if the car flipped.

    I can email the manufacturer of houdini stop and report back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    VP are you writing a real zinger of a response or have you given up? I'm about to go to bed so i'll read your response in the morning I guess.
    To sum up: I think with SOS you've been sold a bit of a lemon, because the car salesman was so convincing. And now you're pretending that it's this awesome cool vintage car when in fact it's just not very good and maybe you should have just bought a Volvo.
    Apologies for not responding earlier. I was caring for a sick relative.

    For me it's not a car salesman thing. To be honest I didn't know much about the author when I first read SOS and I don't care much about the author now. I first read the book following a recommendation from a friend.
    I still think its more of a style thing. I like the organised (guess/idiot-proof?) approach of SOS. It suits me. I don't like the less structured and airy fairy nature of other books. Like that EASY thing. If this ...and that ...and this and ...put bub to sleep. E is this . A is that. S means abc and Y means def. It took too much energy to figure out what the author was cr@@ping on about. Give me a clear schedule that I can read, apply my common sense to and and if needed adjust.

    Considering my boy sleeps like a champ and has since 3-4 months (no crying, no night wakings, doesn't need to be patted to sleep), for me, SOS has been a Toyota Klueger. Solid, produces results but doesn't necessarily have the frills of the more relaxed books.

    Sorry but I think you're dirty on SOS because it doesn't fit your style of parenting. And that's ok.
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    I don't know anyone that follows the Houdini strap thing. Agree there, point proven, let's move on.

    Anyone else want to talk about what bits they follow, what bits they leave and how well/not their bubs sleep?

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    Too late VP, I declared myself the winner. And if you are going to continue to assert you know my 'reasons', and dismiss every single thing I've said because you have this notion that I mean something completely different, then I am taking my trophy and going home.

    Just as a p.s I'm kind of disappointed you think I would mince my words. I'm someone who says what I mean.

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    Too late VP, I declared myself the winner.
    What the.... It's not a competition.

    Happy to chat further if you want to talk more about what parts of the book you follow or leave. Not really interested in back and forth tit for tat where both sides are obviously misunderstanding the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    What the.... It's not a competition.
    I think she was being facetious

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    I think she was being facetious
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    I've read the book so hope I am qualified to post

    Since everyone agrees that the Houdini strap is a load of crap and in fact dangerous, doesn't that mean that TH lacks a hell of a lot of credibility? So how do you know what else is a lot of crap (apart from the obvious like kids pooing on demand, etc?). It seems dangerous to me to pick and choose from her book. If you pick the wrong thing to follow you could do a lot of harm!

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