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    #16
    Originally posted by TavaPeak View Post
    Come to think of it, the rings and extra-long key straps on the Tri-Star might have come in handy when I needed to tether my runaway-prone toddler. ;-)
    Ha! So, when can we expect a picture of the child harness fashioned from key straps? ;-)
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    Inigo Montoya: You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

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      #17
      Originally posted by Janine View Post
      Ha! So, when can we expect a picture of the child harness fashioned from key straps? ;-)
      You just had to ask if it had been done. . .


      Zuri reports that it's actually quite comfortable


      and despite the fact that I would NEVER actually tie my children to me, unless they were in a sling, the multi color (wasabi, cayenne, plum, black) and adjustable strap length (SE strap) made for a rather convenient and light weight tether to my MCB :)




      Janine, some of the things that you type have me rolling for hours. After I picked myself up off of the floor, I knew I had to at least try it!

      For those who would duplicate, I cannot vouch for the safety, security, or wisdom of trying to reproduce this stunt. I did it just for giggles :)
      I really, really like TB Bags!

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        #18
        Originally posted by dorayme View Post
        You just had to ask if it had been done. . .
        ROFL! Zuri is such a good sport. You could just pick her up by the 5-point star in the back and clip her to a bag! Or trade out an Absolute strap on the lower part for a springy bungee ride. ;-) Great for keeping track of swift toddlers. My elder son is taller than I am now, but I remember when he was a little Houdini on wheels.

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          #19
          Dorayme! You are so creative! And the children have imaginations too. God bless you all!
          "Buy the best, cry once" - Pasquale

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            #20
            Zuri is indeed a good sport and as beautiful and gentle as her gorgeous Mom.

            Thank You for sharing Dorayme, just precious.

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              #21
              @dorayme, that harness is awesome and you are awesome for making it! Please thank Zuri for indulging me! Love it!
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                #22
                Great harness! I have actually tied my child to me, though he was a bit of a mommy's boy so it probably wasn't entirely necessary, and I have to say that is a very creative and colorful way to do it!

                Re: original post, I still love my WF, though for some reason I have felt compelled to bring so much junk that I just can't fit into one any more! I'm hoping by the time I go to the UK and Ireland in the spring, I can do it all with an underpacked WF.
                Current carry: Super Ego, various pouches, I/O (when shooting). Incorporating the FIELD JOURNAL!!!! Next up on wishlist: S25 and SE (June 2016)

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                  #23
                  Jenne, I'm insanely jealous of all your travels.

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