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deleted courtney ♡ 2 kids; Washington 16705 posts
30th Apr '13

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.t a y l o r. 3 kids; Indiana 3847 posts
30th Apr '13

I love my woven wrap :) I also have a mei tai which is great for toddlers.
Whatever you do, avoid anything that suspends the baby from their crotch.
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user banned Due November 26; 1 child; Parkersburg, West Virginia 9548 posts
30th Apr '13

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Infantino-Union-Ergonomic-Baby-Carrier/16490527




is this one good? i wanted an ergo but they are 140 dollars and another 40 for the newborn insert and i cant afford that

.t a y l o r. 3 kids; Indiana 3847 posts
30th Apr '13
Quoting I love Kenzi:" http://www.walmart.com/ip/Infantino-Union-Ergonomic-Baby-Carrier/16490527 is this one good? i wanted an ergo but they are 140 dollars and another 40 for the newborn insert and i cant afford that"

Shoot, I didn't know Walmart carried that. It's just fine because of the way it allows baby to sit :)

user banned Due November 26; 1 child; Parkersburg, West Virginia 9548 posts
30th Apr '13
Quoting .t a y l o r.:" Shoot, I didn't know Walmart carried that. It's just fine because of the way it allows baby to sit :)"


yeah i just found it. they have a good bit that carries the better way. im plus size would it work? this one says the belt goes up to 57 inches and im nowhere near that big

courtney ♡ 2 kids; Washington 16705 posts
30th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting .t a y l o r.:</b>" I love my woven wrap :) I also have a mei tai which is great for toddlers. Whatever you do, <b>avoid anything that suspends the baby from their crotch.</b> "</blockquote>




That's probably why we hated it.

Emma+Abby+Logan+Charlotte 4 kids; Oregon 3624 posts
30th Apr '13

Any of the ergonomic carriers are great. There the Ergo, boba, becco and many more. You can always look at Craigslist and consignment shops that sell them a discounted prices. I have a Moby wrap and love it but need something for my toddler and when this new baby gets a bit bigger so I plan on getting a becco . I have friends with Ergos and they like them I just don't like how big the shoulder pads are and that you need an infant insert.

.t a y l o r. 3 kids; Indiana 3847 posts
30th Apr '13
Quoting I love Kenzi:" yeah i just found it. they have a good bit that carries the better way. im plus size would it work? this one says the belt goes up to 57 inches and im nowhere near that big"

I know the Ergo you can buy an adjustment strap. But, if you're smaller than 57 (significantly), then it should be fine!

lolajessup Due July 25; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44057 posts
30th Apr '13

I bought a used moby for $30. We like it and I like that I can do hip carry cause sometimes my back just can't handle all that weight in the middle. Idk why.

user banned Due November 26; 1 child; Parkersburg, West Virginia 9548 posts
30th Apr '13
Quoting .t a y l o r.:" I know the Ergo you can buy an adjustment strap. But, if you're smaller than 57 (significantly), then it should be fine!"


not pregnant im normally around 42 but i lost about 50 lbs so im hoping when the newb is big enough for a carrier ill be back down some

TWalker43 Due July 2; 1 child; California 27 posts
1st May '13

We have a Baby Bjorn but only used it like once or twice because it hurt my shoulders. We also have the Ergo with infant insert. Never used the insert, just put a rolled up blanket under our little girl but I love my Ergo. Will be using it again with baby number two due in July.

Eli&Elliot's Mommy! 2 kids; Brooklyn, New York 2109 posts
5th May '13

We love our organic ergo baby. Hated the bjorn.