Yes, I've got a moby (but really she's too heavy for me in that) and a wilkinet. And a backpack type too.... too much to look at in that position to contemplate sleep. I think its also about how dark it is. I really have tried to avoid this, having had a friend who was trapped in by naps..
narmada yes she;s slept on her tummy from the second she could roll! She doesn't have reflux, but has always been a very sicky baby and has to stay upright after milk, but nothing extreme. She is very snuffly too and I often have to use saline drops before a feed, she splutters and sprays milk everywhere, though this is improving as she is getting bigger.
I don't think she would try and escape if she wanted to sleep - do you know of such a pram?
Phil and Ted's sport? The back seat can lay flat altho it might be a little small for an average sized 9 month old unless she sleeps with her legs tucked up under her. Also a bit pricy. I think they do a side-by-side now as well.
Ahh I see what you mean, I have her in a BJCM at the moment which does lie flat, but it would mean not using the harness (??) and yeah she does tend to stretch out while she sleeps. I could deal with a bit of a low level whine but we were out this morning and it was just full on screaming, and nothing would settle her. I took her out the pushchair and tried to rock her to sleep hoping I could put her back in, but she wasn't having any of that either. Everyone stares as if to say 'aren't you going to do anything?' oh I hope it's a phase. Mind you she's been like this for a while now as it is. That's why I bought another pushchair, in the hope it would be better for naps. Aaaarrrgh.
DS generally wouldn't sleep in the pushchair (or car) from about 4 months. He didn't stay asleep in the sling from 5 months so I had to do all naps at home. At 11 months however he suddenly started sleeping in the pushchair - no idea why. He's a tummy sleeper, but only since he started rolling at 5.5 months.
Mine suddenly stopped sleeping in the pushchair at about 10 months for no apparent reason - he will sleep either in the ring sling on my front (very uncomfortable!) or a carrier on my back, but not for long.