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June 27th, 2013, 01:11 PM
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Me too! The problem is I have to put the infant carrier in the main part of the grocery cart, which means the top part has to be folded back. The carrier won't fit otherwise. Which leaves no place for my son to sit - he would have to walk. I can't risk my older son running away or having a tantrum at the store while I'm pushing an infant and all the groceries. He's got to be contained. If I ever get the Bjorn from my friend, I think I could do it, bc Lexi could go in Bjorn and my oldest could sit in cart. But I don't have the Bjorn yet!
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June 27th, 2013, 01:13 PM
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That makes sense...it's a lot harder for you because of your son. Ethan prefers to walk alongside and hold onto the cart, but even with him not having the same challenges as your son, it's still hard to keep him obedient the whole trip. Usually by the end of shopping I'm exasperated with him touching everything and not listening. So I haven't wanted to take them both either. Usually it works ok for us to do the major shopping when DH is home, then just pick up odds and ends while he's gone.
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June 27th, 2013, 06:00 PM
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Im trying to get the Bjorn too! I need my hands free to get things done. I think I may have spoiled this one. He wants to be held 24/7. My chicco carrier doesn't fit on any of the shopping carts....bummer! A Bjorn would really come in handy!
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June 27th, 2013, 07:28 PM
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I have a Chicco carrier too...amd I'm too cheap to buy a Bjorn bc they don't last long.
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June 28th, 2013, 02:24 AM
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YES!! Same here, I do tend to attract attention anyways ( I wear a head cover) so honestly I don't think I'd do it if there are people around. I am trying to stop pumping and I don't plan on using a bottle.... Terrible, terrible experience and memories from dd
I make the cover ups. This makes the me comfortable and the public comfortable so they don't have to see it.



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