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I'm sorry! I'm here! Ok, here's Nathan in a Woonies (how you remembered I'll never know!): http://pic10.picturetrail.com/VOL334...2/44665803.jpg
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This was a 3-12 months Woonies Regular. Nathan was around 6 months old. If you look closely you'll see that the front is higher than the back. On the regular there isn't enough room in the seat in my oppinion but I told Justine (
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Did I miss anything? Oh and I didn't try Algora.. but I wanted to! :LOL
 

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Originally Posted by Muggins&Doody
It reminds me of an 80's movie
I don't know why. I know JennInSeattle has tried one. Where is she?? Jenn???
You mean Goonies :LOL
Yes I remembered Jenn's babe trying one too
 

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Thank you SO much, Jenn! I will e-mail her about the wide ones. I think 4-8 means 4-8 months, so even though DD is small, I think I need a bigger size. I don't mind if they don't fit under clothes, I just put them with a T-shirt. Oh how I love summer


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Originally Posted by mamaofthreeboys
You mean Goonies :LOL
Yes I remembered Jenn's babe trying one too

YES!! That's why!!
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