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Originally Posted by BabyMommee
We've also been using it on bike rides. My husband wears our son on his back and our little guy has a ball! We've also discovered we can put our son in the car seat without taking him out of the carrier, so when we get to where we're going it's just "grab and go." Anyway, we're VERY happy with it.
Also, putting your LO in the car seat in the carrier may interfere with getting the straps tight enough (they need to be REALLY tight, you should only be able to slide a finger under the chest buckle). If the carrier interferes with the proper restraining function of the car seat straps in an accident, your LO might be severely injured or killed.
I am sorry to be preachy, and I know everyone makes their own decisions on tolerable risks with their kids, but I felt I had to flag these as potentially very risky uses of the Butterfly (or any carrier).
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I'm also quite curious about some other SSC's . . . APLX, for example, looks comparable.
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