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    Default Which ergo baby carrier?

    I know I want ergo baby but which one is best?

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    I have the original but I'm worried about using it in the Sa summer, so if you were in a warner climate I'd definatly look at the own that's meant to be cooler ( I'm not sure what one that is though sorry!)

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    As in south australian summer?? I'm
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    Default Which ergo baby carrier?

    Is that a different brand?

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    i've used the original ergo through an SA summer
    its hot, but do-able (to be fair - everythings hot in summer ) - if you're not due till march, i'd try to find something else for the first few weeks, but by 2-3months the weather would be lots cooler anyway :-)

    mysol and didytai are two particular types of 'mei-tai' (which is a similar shape to the ergo, but less structured, less material - and in my opinion, more comfortable).

    If you're on facebook - there's also a facebook group called 'adelaide babywearers'. we do regular catchups, and you could come along and see some of the other types of carriers that exist

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    I just read you are in SA. No way would I use a structured carrier through a SA summer. Mei Tai all the way, made of soft breathable woven wrap materal- like a Mysol, Didytai or a custom made one- and best of all you can share it because without having buckles, there is no need to constantly adjust after changing the wearer.
    Can the Mei Tai wraps be used for face-out carrying?

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    Default Re: Which ergo baby carrier?

    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    I just read you are in SA. No way would I use a structured carrier through a SA summer. Mei Tai all the way, made of soft breathable woven wrap materal- like a Mysol, Didytai or a custom made one- and best of all you can share it because without having buckles, there is no need to constantly adjust after changing the wearer.
    Can the Mei Tai wraps be used for face-out carrying?

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    Default Which ergo baby carrier?

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    Can the Mei Tai wraps be used for face-out carrying?

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    No.
    But neither can the ergo or the manduca.

    to the best of my knowledge, the only carrier that allows for optimal hip development and comfort while facing the parent, that also has the ability to be narrowed in the crotch to become forward facing crotch dangler is the beco Gemini or the beco butterfly ( can never remember which one-but one of those two!)

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    No carriers or wraps should be used for outward facing, unfortunately there is no way of doing this without putting the baby in a less than optimal position.

    And my suggestion for the Op is the Manduca Slightly lighter fabric, and inbuilt newborn insert so nowhere near as hot as Ergo + Big cushy insert

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    Quote Originally Posted by march2013 View Post
    As in south australian summer?? I'mIn south australia
    Just saw this, yup im in south aust, due in feb with no 2 and I'm worried bubs will get too hot. I used it on the gold coast last oct (so not heaps hot) with dd and even she got very sweaty, that was without the infant insert. I love the ergo though, but if you want to use it alot during summer look at something a bit thinner/ more breathable then the original one


 

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