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post #41 of 47
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Originally Posted by cwill View Post

I'm a 4-6 normally in pants.  I'd be happy to pay shipping if you think it would fit!

Bummer. It's a m/l, and I tried it on again and it actually fits over my size 20 hips (though not comfortably) so I'm pretty sure it won't fit.
post #42 of 47
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Originally Posted by pamelaRRRR View Post


Bummer. It's a m/l, and I tried it on again and it actually fits over my size 20 hips (though not comfortably) so I'm pretty sure it won't fit.

 

Oh well, thanks for the offer!

 

iowa, I've never ordered from them so no help there.  Sorry about the PKU.  That is too many trips!  And frustrating that they could screw something so important up so many times.

 

AFM, my biggest current postpartum challenge is visiting in-laws.  Exhausting!  And... I kind of think DD looks like MIL and it kind of creeps me out when I'm nursing her.  LOL.  I also have to basically pry my daughter out of MILs arms even when she's screaming and rooting around on MIL's shoulder because she's so hungry.  Which apparently, I have to go do yet again...

 

p.s. not relevant to newborns but does anybody have an opinion on Britax Marathon vs. Radian?  I have been waffling on this decision for months.  Cannot decide.

post #43 of 47

cwill- I have never had a radian- but I do have 4 marathons and we love them.  I believe they are all I will ever use...  Easy and comfy.  I have purchased all of mine from allbeebaby.com and always chose the cheapest pattern they have.  

post #44 of 47
Marathon vs Radian, i had both. Marathon is much bigger, so i would say depends on your space in car and how long u want to keep toddler rear facing.
post #45 of 47
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 I also have to basically pry my daughter out of MILs arms even when she's screaming and rooting around on MIL's shoulder because she's so hungry.  Which apparently, I have to go do yet again...

 

FFS, and again.

post #46 of 47
I'd be annoyed if my mom was like that . I haven't had to deal with inlaws yet.

Everyone surrenders the baby to me when he starts shoulder hopping.
post #47 of 47
I wouldn't even tolerate that Cwill. Matter of factly, go and grab baby. Or better yet keep baby on you in a wrap.
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