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Old 07-10-2006, 10:39 AM   #22
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Re: Taking a one year old on a plane??...crazy??

I just bought this awesome backpack with a carrier built in. It is a little pricey but I am going to be flying for the first time in August and my DH will be watching the DC while I am in some meetings. So I was like well we could use the sling for airport but then for just going around town and stuff my DH usually uses our Kelty backpack which is framed. So I went into one of the kid stores in town and there it was the answer to all my problems. It looks just like a backpack but once you unzip the one compartment it has an internal backpack carrier inside. So, basically if you need a carrier you have it and when you don't need it you zip it up and it is a regular backpack with plenty of room. Here is one website I found it on the name is deuter kangakid. It is comfortable, lightweight and once you learn how to use it it is awesome. I have already used it in the woods hiking and fishing etc. At first it was tricky to use just because I was use to the Kelty that had a stand but what I do is hold DS who is 2 y/o in one arm kinda under armpits I guess and make sure straps are back and use the other arm to keep pack open. It will work as a carrier and then as my carry on with plenty of room for all the necessities. Also, I thought the zipper would be an issue but it is soft and does not rub or leave any marks on DS. Anyway, here is a website I found if it doesn't work just google deuter kangakid and there will be plenty of websites. www.childcarriers.com/Deuter-kangakid.pro OK well good luck.

Also, I've heard no matter what you have your children in you still have to take them out to go through the scanner.

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