I am thinking of either the CatBird Baby Pikkolo or the Beco Butterfly, but can't decided which to get.
I need to be able to get my little one (currently 3 months) in and out very easily/quickly, and I need to be able to get her on my back all by myself--DH works a lot, so I can't count on his help. I also prefer something that's not too bulky. I tried on the Ergo the other day and hated how bulky it was.
Thanks in advance for the advice!
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Also - The butterfly is the easiest carrier that I've come across to get in a back carry.
1. How fussy is the Butterfly to get on and off?
2. How bulky is the Butterfly? I tried an Ergo on and felt like it was too much.
I'm willing to bet that the Butterfly is less bulky than the Ergo. The straps are definitely less bulky because it's not heavily padded.
I like the hip scoot back carrying method so the Pikkolo was easier to get my toddler who is very used to being worn onto my back.
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