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    baby carriers at the airport?

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    i am flying from FL to CA on wednesday (25th) and I don't really want to lug her carseat all around the airports, I would rather check it and use a carrier. I have never used a carrier before and I don't want an expensive one since this will probably be the only time I use it. If you have flown with a baby how was your experience and did you use a carrier or their seat? Also some suggestions for carriers would be great!
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    Infantino! They have some good ones for like 30$. I know a lady who used one and she said she liked it better than even a baby bjorn. Babies R Us has them.
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    I traveled with both babies by myself and used a carrier for DD and kept DS in a stroller. the carrier saved me! I used a moby wrap that way I could nurse her easily. I also have an infantino and think they are wonderful! you really can't go wrong with either one of those carriers.
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    I would say a Moby. I don't have a need for a Moby, but I even want one. They look like they are easy to use, and the baby always looks so snuggly!
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    I think the only issue with a moby is you have wrap it yourself so it would tKe some practice before hand. I am freaking in love with my ergo but that is an expensive one.
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    You can usually get a seven sling for just shipping and handling... I don't use carriers, but DH loves them! We got ours at the NEX and it was like $25 I believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Emma* View Post
    I think the only issue with a moby is you have wrap it yourself so it would tKe some practice before hand. I am freaking in love with my ergo but that is an expensive one.
    I would say a moby-wrapping really isnt that hard. I played around with it for maybe 30 min when I first got it and had it down great by then.

    I also like it because depending where I'm going I pre-wrap myself..that way all I have to do is get Conner out of the carseat and put him in. It's better than fumbling with it at the airport,kwim?
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    i was looking at these....I don't really care for slings, I have one and Kenz hates it. I think its because she can't really move her legs and whatnot. The reviews on the Evenflo are amazing! I haven't read many on the Infantino yet.

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