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#1 of 4 Old 04-01-2005, 10:34 AM - Thread Starter
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I tried a sling with my DD and when she was born and I think I just didn't have a very good sling. So when my DS came along I didn't even look at a sling. But he has become so demanding that he be with me at all times. He has just turned 7 months and I was thinking a sling could make my life so much easier and make : out away from home so much easier. I want a really nice, easy to use : and cuteness always counts.
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Your DS is not to old. I still sling my 2 yr old DD!
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I think your son would love it! I still sling my 2 year old as well, with this sling(well, when I'm not slinging my 3 month old dd):

She loves it!

Mama to 14yo, 9yo, 7yo, and babe born 9/2012
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No he is not to old. If you want something really easy you might start with a pouch like a hotslings. No learning curve - You just pust it on and pop him in. It is very good for hip carry position. You might also try an asian style carrier like a kozy or sachi meitai. They are also very easy to use. has extensive reviews of these and more (although the review sections may be down today because of a server switch.)

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