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    Quote Originally Posted by rae-rae View Post
    That is pretty cute. I wonder what the hanging toggles at the end are for.

    A UQ sounds great but probably for some protective netting (removed for photo) in case the little dude falls out.

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    Reminds me of my mother's maid in Venezuela: Left her baby in a regular string hammock. No clothes (well, maybe a wee shirt) (it was warm) and a bucket underneath.

    No need for Pampers!!

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    Is that a photo of "Shug" as a baby growing up...?

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    wow! where can i get one of these? I asked what the right age to take a baby camping was a while ago and it looks like i have my answer!

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    My daughter has been snoozing in a hammock since she was born, now she's 5. Not one that nice though. Just my stinky ol Eno. She has her own now.

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    Is there any product info? I've got a new grand-baby in our lives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by islander View Post
    Is that a photo of "Shug" as a baby growing up...?
    Wha'dya know joe . . .

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    Slept like a baby.

    I slept like a baby in my hammock last night.

    I woke up crying three times and I peed myself.


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    Based on the research showing that supine sleeping reduces incidence of SIDS, strapping an infant in a hammock like this could be a really good thing.
    With that natural curvature of the hammock bottom, it would be rather difficult for an infant to roll into the prone position.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Back_to_sleep
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