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    Quote Originally Posted by ScrambledPancakes View Post
    I LOVE LOVE LOVE LLOVE LOVE my Sleepy Wrap !!!

    It is made for heavier than 7kg though... I have my 8kg 4 month old in it most days... my 17month old still loves it too

    It takes a couple of times to learn to tie it right , but once you've got it - HEAVEN !

    I've NEVER had back pain in it and when my little one was quite sick in hospital last weekend his heart rate was quite low , but went up closer to normal soon after going in the wrap.THe nurses were amazed.
    I HEART the Sleepy Wrap !!! Awesome... And now with bub #2 I am a pro at tying it, people are amazed at how 'easy' I make it look, LOL.

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    Loving the good recommendations on the Sleepy Wrap. I just bought one for #2 in an effort to avoid getting a double pram.

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    Someone told me the Sleepy Wrap is changing brand name to Boba... Anyone heard this?? Think I will put one on my list

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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    Someone told me the Sleepy Wrap is changing brand name to Boba... Anyone heard this?? Think I will put one on my list
    G'day Stalker ;-)

    I think you're right, it's on the Boba website. They were going cheap on the Nursing Angels website ($26 from memory). Maybe because they're phasing out the Sleepy Wrap branded ones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    G'day Stalker ;-)
    Haha

    Yeah I recently had a minor issue with Nursing Angel. I sent back a bra to exchange for another bra and included a paid return envelope.... Then they told me it would be 4 weeks till the next size was in stock!! They agreed to refund me the bra plus the envelope in the end though...

    Let me know how Calm Birth goes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    Haha

    Yeah I recently had a minor issue with Nursing Angel. I sent back a bra to exchange for another bra and included a paid return envelope.... Then they told me it would be 4 weeks till the next size was in stock!! They agreed to refund me the bra plus the envelope in the end though...

    Let me know how Calm Birth goes!
    Bummer, I ordered the Sleepy Wrap and it arrived 3 days later, all good.

    Our Calmbirth class has changed now to weekend of 21st April in the Yarra Valley.

    (sorry OP, bit of a derail!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    Bummer, I ordered the Sleepy Wrap and it arrived 3 days later, all good.

    Our Calmbirth class has changed now to weekend of 21st April in the Yarra Valley.

    (sorry OP, bit of a derail!)
    Are you serious? We will be on the same one!!

    Yes, sorry OP!

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    I did some research online before getting our ergo- they have great reviews! Have yet to try it out with baby though!

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    Thanks to a car accident 8 years ago I have terrible back issues. The ergo is awesome! I have even worn my 17kg DD while shopping and barely had a twinge! I can wear my much lighter DS all day and not have any issues.

    I also have a hug a bub which is great for around home when I'm trying to get things done. I can't use this as long as the ergo though, as it does hurt my back after a while. But it's still better than just walking around holding him in my arms. I get terrible back pain if I carry him for too long in my arms.

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    Thanks everyone. I ended up getting a Manduca. So far so good! Doesn't hurt my back or shoulder and DS loved it!! Yay!!

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