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    I found the same thing at the beginning when my DS was too big for the infant insert but legs really spread without it. He didn't seem too bothered and it got better pretty quickly as he grew. Love my ergo sport. It's even better once you can put them on your back!

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    Try froggying his legs inside the carrier, this is how DD rides as she is only 7.2kg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    Try froggying his legs inside the carrier, this is how DD rides as she is only 7.2kg.
    Ahh ok that might be a bit better oh thank you thermos xx

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    Yep I agree with Thermo, froggy the legs if bub is still small

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    Yep I agree with Thermo, froggy the legs if bub is still small
    Thank you Witwicky

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    Sorry missed your post other thing you can do Loco is roll up a blanket or muslin about fingers deep and put it at the bottom of the carrier so that it pops your bubba up higher too...

    That way the legs don't open to the full extent..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabushkaMumma View Post
    Sorry missed your post other thing you can do Loco is roll up a blanket or muslin about fingers deep and put it at the bottom of the carrier so that it pops your bubba up higher too...

    That way the legs don't open to the full extent..
    Ah ok that's a good idea. I was thinking she ll grow into it anyway won't she? Thanks Hun x

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Ah ok that's a good idea. I was thinking she ll grow into it anyway won't she? Thanks Hun x
    Yep, they recommend the infant insert until about the 4 month mark (depending on kg's / size) so if your bubba is on the smaller size, the blanket is a good transition...

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    Ohh i hadn't heard of Ergo carriers before they look awesome

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    Is the ergo comfy for the men? Do all your hubby's wear them?


 

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