Angelpack vs. Babyhawk Oh Snap vs. Olives & Applesauce?? - Mothering Forums

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#1 of 2 Old 02-12-2010, 05:00 PM - Thread Starter
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Any thoughts? I'm about 5'2'', medium build and have a 18 lb 8 month old. If I could nurse in it that would be great. Not sure if I'll use it more for front or back carries. Just want somthing we can both be comfortable in and something that will last us a while.

Thanks for your opinions!
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I just got my Babyhawk Oh Snap a few days ago and I LOVE IT!!!!!

My 18 mo old is a big guy at almost 30 lbs and he feels so light in the oh snap. I carry him mostly on my front but have tried a back carry and it works great. He always nurses in it and it's very convenient for nursing.

I chose the oh snap bc I liked how adjustable it is and how it allows for a very personalized fit, plus I have a BabyHawk mei tai that I love but need more support. It's 15-45 lbs so I should be able to use it until ds3 doesn't want to be worn anymore.

I have heard the O & A's are really great too. I like to get my carriers used bc they are softer and more broken in and cost a little less so you might check that out. I bought the oh snap new bc I couldn't find a used one listed on the site I usually buy from.

Have fun shopping!

Wife to dh, Mommy to ds1 12/2002, ds2 9/2005, and ds3 9/2008.
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