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Equinox via Amazon has Baby & Mom Back Seat Rear View Baby Mirror for $14.99 - $8.04 w/ promotion code BBYMY218 = $6.95. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks brisar
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Equinox Int via Amazon [amazon.com] has their Back Seat Rear View Baby Mirror on sale

$6.95 w/ promo code BBYMY218

Shipping is free w/ Prime or orders of $25 or more

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This is baby and mom. Is there one baby and dad? Or I can use it with dad?
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Yes, but the dad has to wear a dress and a wig.
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Fair points. For my kid it was a medical necessity and stopping every few minutes was not reasonable. For a normal kid that is more feasible. Glad it worked for yours.
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shows up as 8.49 for me
Try reading the whole post and using the code at checkout.
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Worked great, in for 2!
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shows up as 8.49 for me
Hi klpps

Did you apply promotion code YBAMR987 at checkout?

Hope this works for you and you can get in on the deal Smilie
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Thanks got one!
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Great.. Got one. Thanks
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Isn't it generally advised not to hang anything in the backseat that can potentially become a projectile in an accident and injure your baby?
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Isn't it generally advised not to hang anything in the backseat that can potentially become a projectile in an accident and injure your baby?
This is shatterproof and is secured to the seat with 2 buckles. While it still might have a chance of causing inujury, I would rather risk the injury from that, should it happen to come off, than me causing a serious crash because my face is in the back seat trying to figure out why the kid is crying. It's my personal preference. To each their own I suppose.
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Thanks, in for one
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This is shatterproof and is secured to the seat with 2 buckles. While it still might have a chance of causing inujury, I would rather risk the injury from that, should it happen to come off, than me causing a serious crash because my face is in the back seat trying to figure out why the kid is crying. It's my personal preference. To each their own I suppose.
There's another way. Don't install this. Avoid the additional risk of injury.

Let the baby cry until you come to a safe stopping point. Then attend to the baby.

Changing habits can have a miraculous impact on everyday life.

The obsession with knowing every second what the baby is up to, forces many into buying a lot of unnecessary stuff.

We bought one when we had our first, took it to the car and decided, even looking up the rear view mirror to check up on the baby is risky enough when there are so many other distractions while driving, including the worry of a crying child.

Got by almost 2 years of rear facing seat, not seeing the baby's face and we all came out fine.

In the baby products industry, almost two thirds or maybe more of the "problem solving" solutions can be avoided if the problems aren't actually real problems.

Your opinions may vary. YOMV. This is mine.
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Isn't it generally advised not to hang anything in the backseat that can potentially become a projectile in an accident and injure your baby?
Indeed.
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Thanks good deal!
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There's another way. Don't install this. Avoid the additional risk of injury.

Let the baby cry until you come to a safe stopping point. Then attend to the baby.

Changing habits can have a miraculous impact on everyday life.

The obsession with knowing every second what the baby is up to, forces many into buying a lot of unnecessary stuff.

We bought one when we had our first, took it to the car and decided, even looking up the rear view mirror to check up on the baby is risky enough when there are so many other distractions while driving, including the worry of a crying child.

Got by almost 2 years of rear facing seat, not seeing the baby's face and we all came out fine.

In the baby products industry, almost two thirds or maybe more of the "problem solving" solutions can be avoided if the problems aren't actually real problems.

Your opinions may vary. YOMV. This is mine.
Fair points. For my kid it was a medical necessity and stopping every few minutes was not reasonable. For a normal kid that is more feasible. Glad it worked for yours.
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