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Old 07-22-12, 01:41 AM
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I think using a baby carrier is much easier going around, doing chores like grocery shopping, than lugging around a big stroller. (Correct me if I'm wrong!) And I will be using the subway getting around in town so I definitely think I need one.

There are really scheap ones (around $15) which is great if things don't go the way I yhink but I'm wondering if I should invest in an ergonomic, strudy one, which runs around $100 to $150?
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Old 08-01-12, 05:29 PM
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I bought one for around $18 and it works GREAT! It's nice too, cushiony, and has a removable front cover for a "drool catcher."
Molly loves it too.
 

It's great for shopping bc you have your baby right against you keeping baby out of reach of germs and keeps strangers from attempting to come up and touch your baby!!
A big thing for me is having her in it so i can get house work done and she stay in it calm and watches me do things!!'
 

Its a lifesaver
No need for the really expensive once unless its just a preference!
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Old 08-01-12, 08:38 PM
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Thanks! And I like your new baby ticker
 
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Old 08-01-12, 08:48 PM
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thanks so much
 

sometimes it doesnt show up tho..poo..lol
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You are very nice! Congrats on getting FIRST place too
 
thats awesome!!
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I dont think there is a need to by the expensive ones when you can get one that is just as good for cheaper. As long as the cheap ones are safe the should be fine.
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