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Friday
Jan222010

Baby Distractor

I love this portable mobile from Tiny Love.  My little girl hates being bundled and going out for a walk.  Especially now that she is finally at the age (10 weeks) where she actually looks around and assesses her surroundings.  I have the Bugaboo Cameleon and I use the Bassinet right now.  Well, she is bored and angry whenever we leave the house.  I spent the first few walks with her screaming for half the way until finally exhausted, she falls asleep.  Just last week,  I attached the Clip and Go Tiny Mobile to the top of the canopy and it's a whole different story.  She still is agitated after being bundled but stops crying once we get going and the mobile turns on.  Now, I'm not saying this is a 100% fix, nor do I think it will work for babies less than 8 weeks who don't seem to care at all about mobiles.  It didn't work for her several weeks ago.  But, it's my best friend and companion right now.  

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