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    Love my ergo too, I have used them for all 3 children

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kooglekat View Post
    Love love love my ergo. DS is over 12 kgs and I still wear him very comfortably. He has also napped in it happily.
    12KG and still comfortable? Thats music to my ears!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Babushka did you have the sport or performance?

    In the pics the legs are so wide apart is this ok for development though? The bjorn they are close together?
    It's better for their spine to 'sit' like that as opposed to 'hanging' like they do in the bjorn b

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    I LOVE the ergo - sooo supportive and comfy. It's easy to put on, comfy for bub (they sit in it, and don't 'hang' like the bjorn), yes you can wear it on the front however bub must always face in - the reason being, the maker does not believe babies should be forced to face out in a position where they are unable to turn away from overwhelming external stimuli.

    Bub can definitely fall asleep in it! In fact, when DS was 12 months and we went on holidays, it was the only way to get him to sleep on the plane.

    I have the sport and love it.
    I don't wear baby facing out anyway I can't see how that would be comfortable. So do you wear on front or back? Which is more comfy for bub?

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    I guess it could be more helpful than that lol, if you have a look on the ergo baby website there is a comparison chart. Most toys are us stores stock them (but be warned they get more commission for selling BB). You'll find it cheaper online, I got mine from babe in arms. Please please don't buy them from eBay, it is rife with unsafe fakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    I don't wear baby facing out anyway I can't see how that would be comfortable. So do you wear on front or back? Which is more comfy for bub?
    My DS2 (7 months old) prefers front and my DS1 (2.5 y.o.) prefers back. I think it depends on bub. For sleeping purposes though, both seem to prefer falling asleep on the front.

    There's a side carrying option too, but I'm not a fan of it.

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    http://rockermommy.com/wp-content/up...113-204630.jpg

    Have a look at this pic. The baby on the right seems more comfortable IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    http://rockermommy.com/wp-content/up...113-204630.jpg

    Have a look at this pic. The baby on the right seems more comfortable IMO.
    oh no don't tell me the one on the left is a bjorn?? My poor baby OMG!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    I guess it could be more helpful than that lol, if you have a look on the ergo baby website there is a comparison chart. Most toys are us stores stock them (but be warned they get more commission for selling BB). You'll find it cheaper online, I got mine from babe in arms. Please please don't buy them from eBay, it is rife with unsafe fakes.
    YES because this baby shop honestly love BB more and talked me out of an ergo in the beginning I just called them and asked them to put aside a black sport for me and she tried to sell me another BB I said but I just told you my back is killing me and I have the back support

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    I think it was the new baby bjorn though.

    OK am on way to pick one up this morning so excited

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