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08-08-07, 06:08 PM
For those that don't know, I am going to become a father. I know, the world will come to an end when the antichrist is born.. blah blah blah..
Anyways, instead of burning time on the forum, I've been shopping online for a baby stuff. Came across this seat. Clicked onto the alternate picture of the product....
Are they really trying to show me what the seat looks like in the driveway as I leave for work????
proof this is not a photochoped. (http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2662634&cp=&sr=1&f=Taxonomy%2FTRUS%2F2254197&origkw=devon&kw=devon&parentPage=search)
Edit: Just realized left off the word stuff in the title...lol. CAn a mod fix it to "baby stuff".
08-08-07, 06:11 PM
That's what happens when they hire two 16-year old kids to do the website. ;)
08-08-07, 06:14 PM
Only Madonna and Angelina Jolie can buy babies on line.
Yep a mod can fix it, oh and since you are shopping for baby stuff, check your PM's!
Something to check into, if you haven't already, is this book called 'baby bargains'. A friend of mine who had her first child about 10 months ago let us have her copy when my wife and I were expecting. I didn't think much of it at first. After flipping through it though, I came to appreciate its value. It's not just a list of the lowest priced baby items, it gives some pretty detailed information on those items allowing you to hopefully make a more informed decision. I'd suggest at least flipping through a copy at your local book store.
Oh yea... and I'm not sure if I found this through baby bargains, but if you're looking for a great diaper bag, dadgear.com (http://dadgear.com/) has some pretty nice ones. Also, it seems to be just about the best designed bag I had seen, so I'm happy with it.
08-10-07, 10:02 AM
Forget using one of my messenger bags as a diaper bag, I gotta get that vest. :D The only thing missing from that vest is the toothpick, tweezers, and corkscrew. Wow. Thanks for the link gurana.
08-12-07, 12:00 PM
I have an 8 month old son- first child- best thing in the world to ever happen to me. Anyone who tells you differently, well, there is something wrong with them.
Best of luck!
My wife and I just use an old back pack as a diaper bag. If you have one with lots of external pockets, you can hold wipes, lotions, etc, use the bottle holder to hold a sippy cup, etc.
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