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I want to buy a soft carrier that can go on my front or back. But I can't decide what to get so I need help! I was looking at the Ergo, the Sutemi, the Kozy (I'm on the waiting list for this), and various mei tai carriers. I have found a bunch of different mei tai like carriers. Which ones are best? Oh and I have no patience so I want to be able to get it fast!:LOL<br><br>
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I think the Ergo has the shortest learning curve, but I am not sure. I have a Trekker, which is ok, but it has a realy high learning curve if you want to be able to use it without someone helping you get it on. It is nice and comfy, and easy to do, if you have someone to help you get it on though.<br><br>
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Which ABC/Mei tai carriers are padded?<br><br><img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 

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The Kozy, EBMT, and Cuddle-N-Carry are all padded. The Freehand has optional padding. I'm sure there are others. Peppermint is coming out with a new *fabulous* Mei Tai that is just so awesome and comfortable, but I think she's saying August. I got to try a tester and I loved it. You can see pictures on the site now, I think.<br><br>
If you go to <a href="http://thebabywearer.com" target="_blank">The Babywearer</a> and click on Reviews: Soft carriers, there are lots of descriptions and links.
 
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