I have a (modest... by some standards... really!
) collection of carriers that I'm dying to put into full-time rotation again. For the first few months (after our lying-in babymoon but still during our winter cozying-in, home-centered babymoon period before spring starts and we're out in the world more), I anticipate "dressing" in a Moby Wrap in the mornings, as a shirt basically, and snugging a diaper-clad babe up into my chest for some extended skin to skin time during the day, as well as poppability so I'm not tying and adjusting carrier straps all day long. I love the elasticity of the Moby because you can slip and baby in and out, move it around for nursing, move it back, etc., without having to take off and retie the whole thing. That's my plan for outings and errands, too -- have a Moby Wrap tied snugly around me, and just pop the baby in while the kids are getting out of the car, then pop her (or him) back out and into the infant seat when we return.
For the spring I anticipate using my mei tais a lot (I have a bunch of fun fabrics and colors), especially for extended outings like at our homeschooling group or the educational activities at the local farm, etc. I also have a few german wraps that I love to pieces, that I use mostly at home (I personally find a MT faster and more bullet-proof when we're out of the home, plus I find that they look more user-friendly to people, so I get to evangelize more!). I also adore a silk ring sling for church. I love babywearing!