There are baby items I lived without - example; I never even owned a crib. But no way would I...
There are baby items I lived without - example; I never even owned a crib. But no way would I have traded in that bouncy seat for the world. I had one basic and trusty bouncy seat; personally, I think it's one of the best mama must-have items. I didn't have a ton of help in those first months, the seat was my helper. I packed Cedar around in the front pack often; but there are some things you just can't do while wearing a baby. Because of my baby bouncy seat, I was able to take a shower when it was just baby Cedar and I at home. I could load the washing machine. I could actually make a sandwich without Cedar drooling all over it first. I carted Cedar room to room with me in his little seat. If you're having a baby make sure a good bouncy seat is on your baby shower registry. You really want a plain old basic seat, one with handles on the side if possible. I'm using the term handles loosely though; most come with sort of a wedge to hold onto (that's the best). If you go to fancy it won't fit in the bathroom or be easy to carry. Following are a couple options. Zanzibar Bouncer bouncy seat Nature's Purest Bouncer - Hug Me (This one is organic cotton!) bouncy seat

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carpinteyrouph September 25, 2014
i have a 2003 lincoln navigator with air ride suspension

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