....you can and should not do, while wearing a baby in a Baby Bjorn front pack, that you might not be aware of.
Walk around the mall. Just forget about trying anything on.
Blog. If you listen to classical music on Pandora (to drown out the typing) and bounce endlessly on an exercise ball.
Pee. Don't ask. Ok, yes, it does take a little maneuvering, but it can be done.
Sew. If, and only if, said baby is sleeping. Also on the chance that baby wakes, you may have to stand and bounce until baby falls back asleep.
Watch half of a movie. They'll probably wake up and you won't be able to watch the other half until later.
Drive. I mean, you probably could but it's not safe. Don't be a Brittany, one in this world is enough.
Cook. Babies don't like getting splashed with hot oil. They're not especially fond of you cutting onions either.
Pick things up off of the floor. This actually can be done, but it is dangerous to your health and possibly the baby's if you, by chance, tip over.
Shovel snow. This is an especially useful excuse, so if you know your hubby is about to ask you for help, just strap the kid on!
Now you know.
This was a public service announcement and by no means endorsed by Baby Bjorn. They'd probably be horrified, actually ;o)