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#1 of 11 Old 07-11-2003, 11:48 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Thank you, Thank you, Thank you to whoever suggested the Baby Back-Tie carrier. I just got mine today and I LOVE IT!
I just put ds in it briefly to try it out and it is absolutely the most comfortable back carrier I have ever tried! It's wonderful and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a back carrier for your older baby!

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Hi Lisa~ can I ask a qu about that carrier? on the website it seems that most people criss-cross the straps in front, but a couple tied them more like a backpack (i.e. straps down the sides of their chest). if you have tried both these ties--do you find the "backpack" tie comfortable?

I'm really interested in this carrier but am not crazy about the criss-cross between the boobs. :
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Thank you, Thank you, Thank you to whoever suggested the Baby Back-Tie carrier. I just got mine today and I LOVE IT!
I just put ds in it briefly to try it out and it is absolutely the most comfortable back carrier I have ever tried! It's wonderful and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a back carrier for your older baby!

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That was me! Glad it worked out for you.

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Nan- So far I have only tried the criss-cross way so far. It is EXTREMELY comfortable. I am amazed how light he feels in it (he's about 22 lbs. right now).

Deborah- THank you!
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Would this back tie work for your DH? I need something we both can use.

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Nan,

I use the baby back-tie carrier with the straps done like a backpack instead of criss-crossed and for me it is the most comfortable that way (I can't stand things crossed on my front at all). I really really like it!
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can yall give a link please? I don't think its babybacktie.com or babyback-tie.....unless its just down or i typed it wrong :
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Sure, here is a link for you!

http://www.babyback-tie.com/
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Is it easy to put babe in yourself? I have an Ultimate Baby Wrap, which I LOVE for front carrying. It can be used with baby on back, but someone else has to put her in.
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I am looking for a great back carrier. This looks great! Thanks for posting.

Just wanted to ask you a couple questions. How easy is it to get on and off with a babe? How would you say the size runs? Can your DH wear it too? Are you REALLY comfortable that baby is supported and safe?
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Lisa~ I am interested in this carrier, but what's holding me back is that there is no waist strap. What I like about the Ergo and Packababy (at least judging from pics) is that weight is distributed to the hips. Are you able to carry your baby for a while without soreness in yr shoulders?
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