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UhmAmber 1 child; Texas 2415 posts
6th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting *~Stella's Momma~*:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting MommyToWesley:</b>" This! We have it and have no complaints. ... [snip!] ... is a little heavy, but I wouldn't feel comfortable with my DD in a carseat that was light. I'd think it was less sturdy. :)"</blockquote>




I don't think I'd mind a heavy carrier as I plan to use a sling most of the time I'm out and about.

user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
6th Nov '12
Quoting Amber :]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting *~Stella's Momma~*:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ... [snip!] ... :)"</blockquote> I don't think I'd mind a heavy carrier as I plan to use a sling most of the time I'm out and about."


If you plan to baby wear, you might want to skip the infant seat and go straight to a convertible. Then you can invest in a nice light weight stroller that'll last you. Instead of being stuck with a crappy/bulky travel system stroller!?

UhmAmber 1 child; Texas 2415 posts
6th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting .chele.:</b>" If you plan to baby wear, you might want to skip the infant seat and go straight to a convertible. Then ... [snip!] ... invest in a nice light weight stroller that'll last you. Instead of being stuck with a crappy/bulky travel system stroller!?"</blockquote>




I did think of that, but don't most travel systems have a place under where the infant seat goes that's a stroller for when they're bigger?
I was thinking if get a convertible as well anyway so we can keep one car seat in SO's car and one in mine. (Probably the infant seat in his since he probably won't be as much of a fan of baby wearing lol)

MommyToWesley 1 child; Delaware 3847 posts
6th Nov '12
Quoting Amber :]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting .chele.:</b>" If you plan to baby wear, you might want to skip ... [snip!] ... in SO's car and one in mine. (Probably the infant seat in his since he probably won't be as much of a fan of baby wearing lol)"


Yes, they do have a stroller as well.
But instead of getting a whole new carseat for your SO's car, why don't you just buy an extra base if you are planning on buying an infant seat? We have a base for each car, and it makes moving LO super easy.

*~Stella's Momma~* 1 child; Missouri 1654 posts
6th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting MommyToWesley:</b>" Yes, they do have a stroller as well. But instead of getting a whole new carseat for your SO's car, ... [snip!] ... buy an extra base if you are planning on buying an infant seat? We have a base for each car, and it makes moving LO super easy."</blockquote>



Yep, we have a base in each car as well. Makes everything sooooo easy.

MommyToWesley 1 child; Delaware 3847 posts
6th Nov '12
Quoting *~Stella's Momma~*:" <blockquote><b>Quoting MommyToWesley:</b>" Yes, they do have a stroller as well. ... [snip!] ... and it makes moving LO super easy."</blockquote> Yep, we have a base in each car as well. Makes everything sooooo easy."


I feel like we're basically the same person :D

user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
6th Nov '12
Quoting Amber :]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting .chele.:</b>" If you plan to baby wear, you might want to skip ... [snip!] ... in SO's car and one in mine. (Probably the infant seat in his since he probably won't be as much of a fan of baby wearing lol)"


Yes, that's what makes them a 'travel system'. But, the included strollers are usually crap...plastic and bulky!



It was just a suggestion. We've always use an infant car seat, they are very convenient. But, we buy the stroller & car seat separately...

UhmAmber 1 child; Texas 2415 posts
6th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting MommyToWesley:</b>" Yes, they do have a stroller as well. But instead of getting a whole new carseat for your SO's car, ... [snip!] ... buy an extra base if you are planning on buying an infant seat? We have a base for each car, and it makes moving LO super easy."</blockquote>



Well that way we'd have the convertible for when she's too big for the infant seat..

UhmAmber 1 child; Texas 2415 posts
6th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting .chele.:</b>" Yes, that's what makes them a 'travel system'. But, the included strollers are usually crap...plastic ... [snip!] ... We've always use an infant car seat, they are very convenient. But, we buy the stroller & car seat separately..."</blockquote>




It's definitely something for me to consider. I hadn't really thought of skipping it as I figured it'd be cheaper to just get the travel system from my best friend's mom who's offering to buy it, then just get the convertible seat myself... But now I may just consider asking for the seat and looking at strollers...
I'll just have to compare prices I guess.

mommytomel(: 1 child; California 1274 posts
6th Nov '12

i have this same carseat but my stroller seat is black .... im so in love with it ! i cant wait to use them!23r5uh2.jpg

Mama Lizzy :] 1 child; Texas 5575 posts
6th Nov '12

Hey I've got two infant seats you can pick from....I think they both can lock onto a stroller....the baby trend one I know for certain you can....I bought his stroller after I got the car seat at my baby shower...I just looked for the matching one...but I think maybe it can lock onto other strollers too? Not really sure



This is the baby trend I have ( never been in an accident)



http://m.toysrus.com/skava/static/product.html?type=TRU_product_us&url=%2Fproduct%2Findex.jsp%3FproductId%3D3792559&domain=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.toysrus.com



This is the one he used a handful of times as a spare



http://mobile.walmart.com/m/phoenix;jsessionid=A23A88556F8BC2DF0DCB953D358E00A9#ip/17376995.

user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
6th Nov '12
Quoting iisabell:" i have this same carseat but my stroller seat is black .... im so in love with it ! i cant wait to use them!"


We had a black Quinny Buzz with #3. It's really wide and soooo heavy. But the seat is very cushy and the hydraulic open is cool [as long as you keep your fingers clear...lol]



But, we have the newer version of your car seat and the Mico is an AWESOME car seat. You'll love it! We used it with our Bugaboo Bee+ and Stokke Xplory strollers.

mommytomel(: 1 child; California 1274 posts
6th Nov '12
Quoting .chele.:" We had a black Quinny Buzz with #3. It's really wide and soooo heavy. But the seat is very cushy and ... [snip!] ... car seat and the Mico is an AWESOME car seat. You'll love it! We used it with our Bugaboo Bee+ and Stokke Xplory strollers."


i was debating between the quinny buzz and bugaboo for strollers i hope i dont regret my decision, which do u like best?

user banned SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States 24574 posts
6th Nov '12
Quoting iisabell:" i was debating between the quinny buzz and bugaboo for strollers i hope i dont regret my decision, which do u like best? "


Yes. It's a tough debate! That's why I bought both...LOL But, if I had to choose it would be Bugaboo. :oops: The Quinny is an awesome stroller though. My friend LOVES hers [she has a Buzz 3 & 4]...she's now using it for her 2nd child. Travels between here, London & Morocco with it. I'm sure you'll be very happy with it.

UhmAmber 1 child; Texas 2415 posts
6th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mama Lizzy :]:</b>" Hey I've got two infant seats you can pick from....I think they both can lock onto a stroller....the ... [snip!] ... a handful of times as a spare http://mobile.walmart.com/m/phoenix;jsessionid=A23A88556F8BC2DF0DCB953D358E00A9#ip/17376995."</blockquote>




Hmmm I'll have to check them out, then! Then that way maybe I can just ask for the stroller... ^.^



But we'd still need to get a convertible one, too. Ugh there's too many decisions for so many things! Lol :(