Cybex Yema Tie Carrier Preview @ ABC Expo 2017

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Nat visited the Cybex booth at the 2017 ABC Expo to give us a private tour of the Cybex Yema Tie Carrier. Check out the video below to see if it’s a good option for carrying your baby!

Cybex Yema Tie Carrier Preview

with Natalie Diaz and Kristi Hayes-Devlin

Nat:
Hey guys I’m Nat from Twiniversity.

Kristi:
Hi I’m Kristi nice to meet you.

Nat:
Tell everybody what you do here and why you’re here and why we’re talking to you.

Kristi:
I am the new baby carrier manager at Cybex. We have some really amazing new baby carriers.

Nat:
You have a nice pedigree. Tell us about your background and why I would care about what you say.

Kristi:
So I just came from a company that I ran for fourteen years called Wrapsody designing carriers. I founded the baby carrier industry alliance and sat on the board where I helped to write the standards for the baby slings. And I just have a lot of work that I’ve done in this industry and a lot of people have connected with.

Nat:
The moral of the story is you’re not a noob.

Kristi:
I am not a newbie. I have five children and my oldest is in college.

Nat:
Yeah I don’t believe that.

Kristi:
Yeah, that’s true story.

Nat:
Yeah but what did you have that baby when you were nine?

Kristi:
Four and a half.

Nat:
See? Babies having babies #babieshavingbabies. So here’s how this happened. Last year I got to take a look at this carrier and if you look at it aesthetically it’s pretty impressive. When I saw it I was like oh this a little bit of out of the reach of twin families let’s say. It’s a luxury brand but it’s not. When we got down to the meat and potatoes we were really talking and I as an educator I value other educator’s opinions. So we talked about this before and I realize that maybe I misjudged this because I didn’t look at it hard enough because you came at me from a very instructor, educator point which is great.

Kristi:
I’m a certified baby wearing educator. It’s in my blood.

Nat:
But you know sometimes it could be a little off-putting to some people. But in no way shape or form was our discussion, it was everything including enlightening. It really was. Genuinely. Tell us about the Yema and tell everybody a little bit about what you told me that made me be like I’m such a doof ball. We should have been talking about this for a really long time. So walk us through on this very fancy lady and then I want to play with it too.

Kristi:
Alright I am going to have to show you one of the features because I can’t show you on the beautiful mannequin. We designed this carrier with the Trageschule Hamburg and they are some of the baby wearing experts in Germany. They own a school that teaches all about baby carriers and how to carry your babies. So one thing that we discussed a lot in our industry is how to best support your baby’s legs for optimal hip growth and that’s a long conversation. I will not bore you with the details but I find it fascinating. And this carrier is designed to support your baby’s hips. There’s a hidden adjustment in this waistband. I’ll show you – it opens up. And then it has markings. Its demarcated so that a new mom who is sleep deprived with two babies doesn’t have to guess at how wide. My baby is zero to one month old. Now my baby has gotten a little bit older. One to five months and so forth. It’s adjustable and then the adjustment is hidden back again so you have all of the beautiful aesthetics of the carrier again. Right? Isn’t that fantastic?

Nat:
Well I think it’s unbelievable. I really do. How easy that was. I’m telling you when I get to be a loss for words I am really impressed. But I was more impressed when I tried it on.

Kristi:
What impressed you most about trying it on?

Nat:
That it fit me comfortably.

Kristi:
Ah yes.

Nat:
Because it was so easy.

Kristi:
One of the things I love about this carrier it adjusts automatically as you put it on. There’s no buckles, no snaps, nothing that you have to think about tightening and loosening. So if you are a family that has twins then mom is carrying the baby, dad is carrying the baby. Or both caregivers are carrying the baby. A nanny may be carrying or a grandparent. And so the only thing that you have to adjust when you put this on is the waist belt. It is so adjustable that it can go from a 26-inch waist to about a 55-inch waist. So it fits a huge range. And the only thing you have to do to adjust it is to pull the buckle strap tighter. So when you buckle it through the safety clasp and you close the buckle this is it. That’s the only adjustment that you have to make on this carrier when you put it on.

Nat:
So that says to me that grandma takes them out, dad takes them out, it’s not like I can’t mess up moms settings.

Kristi:
Right, exactly.

Nat:
People do get intimidated and they like you know we all have a particular way of doing things.

Kristi:
Or if mom takes the baby off so that she can feed, dad can grab the carrier and take care of the other baby effortlessly because what happens this doesn’t buckle it ties on to you. So you tuck these beautiful straps into these hidden strap holders. They are soft. They’re comfortable so postpartum you want to be comfortable. You have a lot going on. They’re so soft. You just tuck it in. It keeps your straps from dragging on the ground and then you just put it up over your shoulders and as I close the carrier by crossing it and tying it under my baby’s legs it’s already adjusted. I don’t have to tighten the straps. I don’t have to move the baby. This has already been adjusted exactly. And if you were to put this on even though you’re so much taller than me it’s going to fit you exactly.

Nat:
I guess I just didn’t think about it. I really didn’t. I really didn’t think about it and I’m like I should have known about this. You’re really wearing a nice pattern.

Kristi:
I’m wearing the birds of paradise. This is beautiful. So it’s designed to be like a flower. It’s inspired by some of the world’s best handbag designers. It’s beautiful. The embroidery is three-dimensional. It’s incredible. And so as your baby grows this flower is going to open up and give your baby a broader view of the entire world. It is the most beautiful thing because your baby’s growing this personality and your carrier is growing with your baby right? Isn’t that the sweetest thing?

Nat:
I love that.

Kristi:
The weight limit that we’ve tested to is 15 kilograms or 33.1 pounds and you can carry your baby from the time that they are 7.7 pounds. That’s really important to twin families whose babies are often small. And as your baby grows then you can easily move the baby to the hip. All you do is shift the carrier to the hip. And instead of putting it over both shoulders you put both pieces over one shoulder. And then the carrier goes under the baby, under his legs. This guy’s a little bit smaller than an average baby. So I tuck him right into this carrier. You see how it supports his leg so beautifully and then all I do is tuck this underneath my baby’s legs and I can tie it in a knot here or I can bring it back around to tie in a knot behind me. What’s beautiful about this is that now I have one baby who can just ride on my hip and I have my hands free so that I can grab his brother.

Nat:
This was the piece that made me realize that we should have been talking years ago. Even if this was front facing, like even if you were wearing the traditional with both straps over both shoulders I never thought about when I’m holding this kid where she is as in placement of the buckles and the snaps and the adjustments. So while other carriers yes they definitely fit perfect families but if you are going to be carrying and wearing one and carrying another let’s say you’re walking up and down steps. You live in a walk up in where ever, name your place here. Of if you ever think that you want to go places strollerless, the buckles and straps will interfere or rub against the baby.

Kristi:
Or if you just have that witching hour having two crying babies is such an overwhelming thing. If you can put one baby in the carrier on the front and you can just carry the baby, I could have this over my shoulder a little to the side. And then again I can pick up his brother and I can bounce this baby. So I’m not holding two babies. And there’s no buckle that clasps into this. This is not going to bother my second. Just sit and I bounce them and I rock them and I sing to them I watch TV. In fact I have spoken with a lot of parents who have back problems and what they love most carriers cannot be crossed over in the back. This carrier is crossed over in the back and it’s so comfortable for moms with back problems and dads as well. I’ll show you. Let me just untie it for you. I will not drop my baby. You know it’s funny. My babies did have names but then we gave them new clothes and so now they have new names. I have five children. I’ve had my time choosing baby names I guess. I can carry the baby just in the center which is traditionally how I would do it. Or I can scoot the baby just a little bit off center if I need to carry a second child and it’s still incredibly comfortable. And then watch the back straps. They cross and because it’s low on the baby I’m not crossing it high. This is distributing the weight across my entire back. It’s very very comfortable. The buckle is padded. The structure here can be really great for a cesarean incision. It keeps everything supported and not rolling into your belly. Can you tell I love this carrier?

Nat:
I can and do you know what’s funny about you loving this carrier? It makes me love this carrier. And also being with you I’m so calm. You guys know like twenty minutes ago I was not so calm. There’s something so soothing…

Kristi:
I’m making oxytocin just holding it. This isn’t a real baby of course but when you’re carrying your baby you get that love hormones. You’re releasing all those feel good hormones. You’re a stressed out new mom. Your baby’s stressed out and all of a sudden you have the love hormone.

Kristi:
That is a good question. It’s a really interesting question. It’s certainly a possible thing to do. Our carriers have not been tested to that. There’s really not a way to test.

Nat:
I don’t think there’s really any carrier that isn’t a twin carrier that’s been tested.

Kristi:
If you work with a baby wearing educator, there are many certified baby wearing educators throughout the US and the world, then they can individualize with you and work to ensure that you can comfortably carry both babies. And make sure that you’re protecting their airways and that you’ve thought about all the things you might need to think about when you’re carrying two babies.

Nat:
And honestly I’m not saying that you have like another thing to do, but if you’re wearing a carrier and you’re questioning the way that you’re wearing it, you really should ask somebody about it. I know a lot of families try to use wraps to tandem carry. But you can definitely do that wrong. We don’t want to do that wrong once. It’s got to be done right a thousand times.

Kristi:
Which is why we have lactation consultants. We have enough to learn.

Nat:
I mean I know about it because this is what I do right? But most people do not know that they could take local classes about baby wearing. Even if there’s not like an official class there’s often Facebook communities.
Kristi:
There are nonprofit groups and meetings like breastfeeding meetings except for carrying babies that you can find in your area quite often.

Nat:
How do we wash it?

Kristi:
It is machine washable and then you just hang it to dry. In fact I always tell parents they should have two carriers at the least but ideally three. One to wash, one to wear, and one for backup because babies are wet, messy creatures. So that’s nice because they are machine washable and again we have these beautiful loops to hold your strap so they won’t get all tangled up in your wash or you can put it in a pillowcase if you want. But its machine wash with ordinary detergent and then just hang it to dry.

Nat:
My next favorite feature that I love – could you show them how tiny it gets when you fold it up? So if you always wanted to have a carrier with you and you wanted to keep it in the bottom of your stroller I can’t believe how small this gets.

Kristi:
So could fold this neatly but I don’t have a table in front of me. So I am just going to wind it up.

Nat:
This is reality. We’re not going to be like ‘let me fold my carrier up.’

Kristi:
You would be surprised at how many people really find a lot of joy in folding their carriers up.

Nat:
Really?

Kristi:
It’s like the beauty of a nicely made drawer or anything else. It just brings people joy.

Nat:
Not me. I’m lucky my socks match but that’s why I don’t wear socks. It’s just better that way.

Kristi:
You just buckle it together and you can pull the buckle tight here and it contains your carrier. This nice little teeny tiny pocket and so it tucks under your stroller, it can tuck into your bag.

Nat:
I remembered that we get a bag with this.

Kristi:
Yes, I’ll show you.

Nat:
Do you think it would be okay if we gave two away?

Kristi:
For your people? For twin moms and twin dads? I think we have to!

Nat:
And we’re doing two right?

Kristi:
Yes in the pattern that they choose.

Nat:
What?

Kristi:
Yes! We have just launched the new Ana K print which is beautiful but not yet available. So they can’t choose the Ana K okay even though it’s gorgeous. But we have the koi and we have the birds of paradise which you just saw on me. We have the hide and seek there with the butterflies. So go ahead and take a look at the website and figure out which pattern you love. Because I want to know which pattern you love the most. I know which one I like the most but I want to know.

Nat:
I can’t believe this. I’m so excited. I didn’t know we were really going to get to choose any pattern we wanted. I’m so excited for you by the way. I’m excited for us as a team.

Kristi:
This is what parents can bicker about now is do we get the hide and seek butterfly, do we get the Manhattan gray?

Nat:
See this is why I’m into this by the way guys. You know what to say and what time it so. So shout it out loud. Also I want to do something else too. If you want to win the carriers you just say – what should we make them say? Like I always make them say something funny because not everybody wants to win the carriers. And I don’t want to give a carrier away to somebody who doesn’t want it. If you want to win two of these unbelievable carriers in the print of your choice by the way which is really shocking me in a weird way. I don’t know I should expect that.

Kristi:
We have worked with really wonderful fashion designers to create our fashion collections.

Nat:
So where are all the babies? If you would like to win say where are all the Cybex? Thank you.

Kristi:
I would like to get you into one of our new Myra carriers before we go offline if that’s okay.

Nat:
It’s totally cool.

Kristi:
33.1 pounds. They measure it in kilograms. We’re a German company Cybex is a German based brand and se we’ve measured it up to fifteen kilograms.

Nat:
We’re just going to say 33 pounds.

Kristi:
Yes seven and a half pounds to 33 pounds.

Nat:
You’re also going to by the way, know when it’s time to not wear that child anymore. There’s going to be a part of your body that’s screaming saying please don’t do this. Don’t do this anymore.

Kristi:
But there’s always that time when you’re walking and all of a sudden one of them says I’m so tired. So when you have this littler carrier just tucked into your stroller, even though you don’t think you’re going to carry that you’re not hauling a baby up the stairs.

The Yema click carrier is a carrier that we launched in Germany. When we looked at what’s here in the US market we decided that the Yema click carrier is actually a really amazing carrier but we love the tie so much more for the moms in the US. It’s soft. It’s brining things that are not currently in our market. It is creating a space and functionality that is just nowhere to be found in the US right now. So we work together as a team and we looked at this and we said this carrier is incredible. We want to focus all of our energy and attention on telling people how amazing it is.

Nat:
So there you go. Look at them researching. Look at them knowing things. You know the taglines of this company. You know secret carriers. We have a bonus prize to give away at the end. And I’m telling you right now you really need to just hang on for a few more minutes. I do want to try on the new carrier and then can you come demo our new fancy prize that we’re giving away? Everybody’s going to go crazy.

Nat:
So this is Erica. Erica and I go back three years now. Really, how long do we know each other?

Erica:
It’s got to be more than three years.

Nat:
You think it’s six or seven?

Erica:
Closer yeah absolutely.

Nat:
So we know each other for a few minutes and she was one of my favs. You know when you meet people and you’re like yeah she needs to be part of my life? I really did get lucky that you work with brands I like which is good, thank you. You’re being super generous. We have a bonus prize to give away a the end and I’m telling you right now you really need to just hang on for a few more minutes. I do want to try on the new carrier. And then can you come demo our fancy prize that we’re giving everybody they’re going to be crazy?

Erica:
No problem.

Nat:
I knew you were giving us those so I didn’t think we were getting to pick those. This is a lot of money for them to spend so I say thank you.

Erica:
My pleasure.

Kristi:
I’m going to show you something really neat about this carrier and then I’m going to hold the microphone so you can try the baby on. Does that sound okay?

Nat:
I’m totally fine with this.

Kristi:
It’s just one baby though.

Nat:
I don’t wear a thousand babies.

Kristi:
I’m not going to hand you twins and make you juggle them. Today you get a break.

Nat:
I love a break.

Kristi:
So just like our Yema carrier, or new Maira carrier this is brand new by the way. This is not even in stores yet and it has all of the same functionality and comfort points – the easily shared between caregivers, the automatic adjustment that our Yema has. It’s a very different style design whereas the Yema is much more of a handbag style this is more of a sporty style. So it’s a little bit more of a backpack or a sport of your handbag style. But in addition to the width adjustment that we had in the other carrier that I showed you I love this. You’re going to be blown away. You can adjust how tall the front of the carrier is for a little baby or for a bigger baby and its hidden away in the panel just like this. So you have those width adjusters just like we did in the last one. Can you see those? They are marked just like our Yema but you can also adjust the height which is really an incredible feature. Which means as your baby grows the carrier adjusts perfectly with you. I’m very excited about this. It doesn’t have the opening flower which is sad because the opening flower is amazing. But it does have this other which is pretty fantastic. If you’re a twin mom it can be great because you may have a baby on one hip and then a baby carrier with the other. This buckle floats. What that means is you can move the buckle so it’s on one hip. You can put it on the other hip just by adjusting it and you’re going to love this. The safety feature you don’t have to push any buttons. It just slides to lock in, with one hand you unlock it. Isn’t that magic?

Nat:
It’s witchcraft.

Kristi:
Practically. You can still tuck your waistband away if you don’t want the straps to hang. So the rest of it we have the loops and everything are the same with the Yema. We have our carrier loops and things but I would really like you to try this on and tell me what you think.

January is when we expect it to be released in the United States.

Our Yema start at $199.95 for the gray one that you see here. And then we have a black and a navy blue that are denim. From there they go up. So the baby on the right is the one I want you to try. He’s the right size. He looks so sweet. He’s wearing a bow tie. So he’s about three or four months old.

Remember you have those fantastic strap holders. But you could do that of course. So Nat is super smart. You can tell Nat has done this a time or two before. She just tucked her waist straps up into the belt of the band so it’s not on the floor.

Nat:
He’s big.

Kristi:
He weighs in at ten and a half pounds. He feels heavier.

Nat:
He does!

Kristi:
He doesn’t hold his own weight very well. So he’s about a four month old baby. You don’t need to worry too much about the carrier at first. Just hold your baby like you want to hold him and then you’re going to lift this waist band up a little bit so it’s up here under his butt. So just pull the whole band. Instead of putting the carrier down, the band right here is where your baby’s going to sit. So she just picked that up a little bit. Now these just go up over your shoulders.

Nat:
Easy peasy lemon squeezy. If I’m doing this okay, so let’s turn around when I’m holding one could I let him go or no?

Kristi:
You do not want to let go of your baby if you’re holding just one. Either you want to hold them both or you want to do one at a time. If you hold both of them then you can let go of your baby because the straps will hold him but for one at a time always keep a hand on it.

Nat:
It’s so comfortable. It really is.

Kristi:
I don’t tell lies.

Nat:
I just felt his legs. I would have been crying if I would have known I was squashing his little legs. He’s okay, you’re alright. I’m going to name him Brandon.

Kristi:
He said he still loves you. When you are tying the carrier you don’t want to make a bow unless you double knot it. You can double knot if you love the bow. The next thing you do is you go and you chill with your baby. As your baby gets older a new baby as I’m sure that I don’t have to tell you, with a brand new baby you don’t want to cover up his little face. You want to see his face because first of all he’s sweet. Second of all he’s a new baby you want to keep a look at him right? But as he gets older, four to six months old, as his respiratory system matures if you want to cover him to keep him from the sun we have this hood. So these slide up and down. There are a couple of different loops that you can use. You can use this bottom loop right here. You can have it lower or you can use this top loop when you’re in a back carry. You have a lot of options with this carrier which I love. If you want it to be looser then you can use the taller one or the long straps. You have options. We love options at Cybex. Every family is different and we’ve got something to suit you.

Nat:
Are these plastic? The straps are plastic? So they slide out. They’re not going to wear out?

Kristi:
They’re not going to wear out. There is no infant insert required.

Nat:
We have the moveable piece remember?

Kristi:
Exactly.

Nat:
Instead of having an insert everything is in this secret band

Kristi:
With a new one you just put the baby on a little bit differently. So instead of putting the just above the waist band like I’ve showed you, you actually put the waistband the top of the band lines up with the top of your baby’s diaper so that when you pull the carrier up it’s a little bit shorter and your baby’s head remains free and you can see him and smell him and watch him. So I’ll show you what I mean here.

So the carrier here on my four month old is great and it would be just a little bit shorter if I lowered my baby down to a little squat by putting him lower. It’s hard to see in a video. It’s in our instructions.
When you carry the baby on your back you can carry the baby by crossing the straps or putting them straight under your arms. And with this one you have an optional sternum strap or chest buckle that you can use if you’re having it in a backpack style carry. You don’t have to use it but it’s there. This is the perfect shape and size to clip a little pacifier onto so you can use it to keep your baby’s things off the floor when you’re walking which is fantastic.

Nat:
Come see how nice and close you are. And he has plenty of space on his face. He’s not like mushed up against me by any means. And look he could hold me like I love you mama.

Kristi:
Can the babies face forward? That’s an interesting question so let me tell you about this. When they have studied babies what they have found is that around three months babies are beginning to push up. They’re using their hand to push themselves off the floor and they start to turn and you think my baby wants to turn around. Actually what they’re doing is they’re learning to roll over. So you are acting like floor time or tummy time for your baby. And so if you turn your baby facing forward the baby can’t do that, those practice pushups. Babies actually use their parents to turn away from stimulation and hide their faces. This is a neurologically wired sort of activity. When the baby faces out the only thing the baby can do is go to sleep if he’s overstimulated. So what Cybex has done instead is we have designed a carrier where the baby can continue to face you but it can be used on your hip. So when you feel that your baby starts to want to see the world what you do is just shift the baby onto your hip. They can still use you for a pushup bar and they can still hide their face. And they can still interact with the whole world around them. So instead of a facing forward option we have the hip carry option and it’s really comfortable.

When the baby begins sitting up independently or nearly independently when the baby has some trunk control as well as head control, that’s a good time to switch your baby to the back. If you have a baby with special needs who’s developing more slowly than average you would just want to consult with your caregivers and your medical providers.

Nat:
So we can start this from eight pounds right?

Kristi:
Seven and a half pounds.

Nat:
So we’re not wearing this out of the hospital but there are really no carriers you could wear out of the hospital.

Kristi:
When you’re leaving the hospital somebody else should be carrying your babies and rubbing your feet. My smallest was eight and a half pounds. My biggest was ten and a half pounds.

Nat:
You crazy singleton parents. My babies were four and six. This is a great option and we’re saying like why this would be appropriate for a twin family. Do you know how luxurious it would be to leave the house carrying one baby and having one baby in a stroller? A lot of times for your baby showers people are giving you single strollers or you’re getting hand me downs. But of course you don’t always get a hand me down stroller because that’s a rare occurrence. But a lot of times you could have a co-worker or a family member give you a single stroller. So we have the pocket stroller.

We don’t talk a lot about single strollers at Twiniversity. It’s just not something that we do. But do you know there are so many airlines that won’t check a double stroller? It’s not even allowed. You can’t even bring it in. You have to check it at the front so you have nothing to get through the airport with. So this is a great way to travel in an airport especially, or you could do every day to day grocery shopping or whatnot, and so having a stroller that is unbelievably lightweight, super portable, unfolds into nothing is not the worst thing to add to your baby registry or have in your arsenal of baby goods. So you do have to tell me about this because I have to tell you the truth. Like on a scale of one to ten how much I know about this stroller I’m going to say it’s a three. Yeah. It’s low. I mean I know about it more as of a subjective thought and I’m like if people ask me at Twiniversity what’s like the most travelable stroller especially like on New York City subways and stuff you’re the go to. But I know that because you have such good reviews and I feel comfortable with it.

Erica:
So what we have here is actually the pockit go. This is a new version of the pocket for us. And so this is your infant car seat carrier. You can snap on any of the Cybex or GB infant car seats. It comes with just the frame so it folds down just as compactly as the original pockit which I’ll show you in just one moment. But it is focused on just the infant carrier itself. Then as the family moves out of the infant car seats there is a fabric kit that can be sold separately and they can purchase that and then covert it into the original pockit again.

Nat:
So you can see them on the wall. There’s all the pockits and Qbits. But this here. Look at this guy.

Erica:
It holds the Guinness world record for the smallest fold.

Nat:
How did you do that by the way? Did you have to call them and be like hey Guinness we have an idea.

Erica:
You know people smarter than me figured that out. So this is really your best travel stroller here. It has a five point harness with all the pads in there so it’s very comfortable for the child. There’s an under seat basket that can be accessed from the back. You can store all of your belongings in there. The front wheels do swivel but they’re also lockable so if you’re over some cobblestone or uneven terrain that will help as well. Sun shade here blocks out the sun’s rays but of course the way that it folds is what it’s famous for that’s the two triggers here. The compact package here. So this is airline certified. If it’s in the overhead bin of any airline carry it on the plane with you. You don’t have to worry about it getting lost in checked luggage. You are all set to go and it opens as simply as that. So tell them what they’re going to get.

Nat:
So you guys have the opportunity to perhaps have two of these in your home. Are we doing two of these? Is that okay?

Erica:
Yes!

Nat:
Good. Alright just making sure that I’m not speaking out of school. This is absolutely a legendary experience. How much are these by the way?

Erica:
These retail for $199.

Nat:
Wow. I mean this has been a very generous day. Thank you very much.

Erica:
You’re welcome.

Nat:
You’re always really good to us.

Erica:
You’re very good to your followers and we want to help support these families.

Nat:
It makes me want to have more kids just so I can play with all of this stuff.

Erica:
That can probably be arranged.

Nat:
Wow so if you want to win two of these – what should we make them say? Do you want to say pack a pockit? If you want to win all you have to say is pack a pockit. And this is your prize for hanging in and learning about everything that we talked about today. When is this coming out?

Erica:
This is coming out January, mid-January.

Nat:
We will remind you anyway so don’t get worried about it. We’ll find out the actual date. We’ll do an email. When it’s out you will definitely know and you will be able to put your carrier underneath your pockit stroller. I can’t believe you’re doing that. I am excited. If I was having kids this is something I would have bought and when I know that you guys get the opportunity to have something that I secretly want I get extra excited.

So go ahead shout out. Julie’s on line with us. She’s going to pick a random winner. That’s literally how it’s done. This is the Cybex family. We’ve been with you guys for a long time. It’s such an honor to watch the products that come out. If you go back to Twiniversity you’ll see they’ve always been a part of our team.

Julie let me know when you have a winner picked. And of course we want you to always remember go to Cybex-online.com for full information. Julie will link their Facebook page and their Instagram feed. But you really want to make sure that you’re following them as well as us because when these things are released they’re going to be shouting it from the rooftops. We’ll be right there along with them but just if you don’t want to miss a beat you definitely want to make sure that you’re following them. Thank you guys. See you later alligators.

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