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    Still use mine frequently and DD is 3 next month and 16kg she loves it and it is so great for places where she gets too tired or crowds are too big - we use it at football games and the markets!

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    headoverfeet is offline The truth will set you free, but first it will **** you off. -Gloria Steinem
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    I still carry DS2 around in it sometimes, he is 3.5 yrs

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    Okay so it would be justified to buy this one then?
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    We still use ours at 21 months, and I use it for the newbie as well. If you have any babywearing groups close to you see if you can try a Boba, Manducca and Beco as well (I prefer the Beco for back carries!)

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    I used mine regularly from birth until DS was 2.5. It was especially useful in large crowds and airports as he was a runner. I can't wait to get mine out again for bubs.


 

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