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    Default So who has an ergo?

    My little one is 2 and about 14kgs can he still be carried in an ergo? If so I am tempted to buy one as he always wants to be carried and my arms aren't strong enough!
    We are also TTC no 2 so if no 1 doesn't like can use it for no 2!

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    I have one and my mum is a convert too as is ex partner and a fair few of my clients/ friends

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    Yep have one. Use it for our 5 month old and 32 month old 14kg son

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    I have a hugabub but no use with a 2 year old! Think I have almost convinced hubby now just to buy one

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    I have used it on long walks with my 4 yr old

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    Yep my 3 year old still goes in her ergo

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    I wear 13kg DS on my back when I hang out the washing etc

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    i have 1 on loan to my sister (still have a bamberoo and a dream carrier) but i would use it with my 3yr old 2yr old and 1yr old and loved it best baby product i have spent money on

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    Me! I love it. My DD is only 1 but I think it would be great for a 2 year old and you'll get heaps of use out of with next bub

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    I hated my ergo with a passion, only carrier my son ever cried in!! My Beco on the other hand is my staple carrier. I also have woven wraps, half buckle and full buckle carriers (I'm a bit of a carrier tart). My 2 year old is 17kg and I can carry him on my back in the Beco with no dramas at all and my 1 year old pretty much lives in on my back in one fashion or another.


 

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