we're trying to hike a lot these days, with DSes aged 6 and 9. my younger DS does great, but sometimes needs a piggyback. i find that the part that tires me the most in carrying him are my arms, and think that i could do it more easily with some fabric assistance:) i'd love any suggestions for fashioning something that would work for me to hold him more easily in a piggyback position, considering his weight (43 lbs). any ideas?
Kindercarry has preschool soft structured carriers that go to 50lbs and they are fantastic carriers. Highly recommend.
Happy , delayed/selective vaxxing, WOHM to DD1 4/10 , DD2 8/12 and partner/wife for thirteen years to SAHD DH.
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