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    What sort of baby carrier do you recommend for a second baby? I have a two year old as well so what is best for like still being able to do everything and run after a 2 year old if need be?

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    I'm getting a hug-a-bub for the newborn stage and will move onto the ergo when bubs is bigger. I have 2 young kids to run after as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Opinionated View Post
    I'm getting a hug-a-bub for the newborn stage and will move onto the ergo when bubs is bigger. I have 2 young kids to run after as well.
    What she said!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Opinionated View Post
    I'm getting a hug-a-bub for the newborn stage and will move onto the ergo when bubs is bigger. I have 2 young kids to run after as well.
    Exactly what I'm doing now!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Opinionated View Post
    I'm getting a hug-a-bub for the newborn stage and will move onto the ergo when bubs is bigger. I have 2 young kids to run after as well.
    This is what I did. Except I fashioned my own 'hugabub', because it's literally just a long piece of stretchy fabric. The brand named wrap is wayyyy overpriced.

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    ^^ Agreed, I'm fortunate to inherit a HAB from a friend but I'm happy to pay for an Ergo as they are great for use into toddler hood.

    OP do yourself a favor and don't buy new Ergo's from EBay - they are fakes.


 

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