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#1 of 7 Old 04-14-2011, 03:37 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi Ladies!

 

I plan on doing a lot more babywearing with this baby (I have a 2 yr old and used a bjorn, but am interested in changing it up this time.)

 

I am curious to get opions from other mamas on what they will be using for babywearing!

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try asking in the babywearing forum! thumb.gif

 

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HA! I am new to this website, so had no idea it existed but I should have searched more.... apparently!!! THANK YOU :)

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I went ahead and moved your thread to the proper forum.

 

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If you liked your Bjorn, I would suggest a SSC/buckle carrier.  I'm not a huge fan of forward-facing, but the Beco Gemini and CatbirdBaby Pikkolo are 2 great buckle carriers that allow baby to face in, out, can transition to back carries, etc.  I used a Pikkolo and LOVED it.  Simple to use, could nurse easily with it, and when dd got heavier, I ordered the separate lap support belt to provide that extra support.  When dd was little, though, it was great to have a buckle carrier that worked more like a mei-tai and didn't have the support belt.

 

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I love a stretchy wrap for when they are little (Moby wrap, for example) and then moving on to a soft-structured carrier like the Ergo or Beco once they are big enough IMO the SSCs are not great for teeny-tinies. Another option would be a mei-tai, which you can use right from birth. Check out Kozy carrier or Babyhawk for mei tai brands.


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I love a stretchy wrap for when they are little (Moby wrap, for example) and then moving on to a soft-structured carrier like the Ergo or Beco once they are big enough IMO the SSCs are not great for teeny-tinies. Another option would be a mei-tai, which you can use right from birth. Check out Kozy carrier or Babyhawk for mei tai brands.



I agree with this...stretchy wraps(Moby, Sleepy Wrap and many more) are wonderful when they are little.  I also use german style woven wraps as well as I just love wrapping.  There are many different brands of those such as Girasol, Didymos, Lana, Storchenweige.

 

Have fun babywearing...I love it!


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