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  1. #11
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    It generally comes down to personal fit, what will suit some people well won't work for others at all. Best bet is to give them both a try and see what works best for you. A local baby wearing meet is a great place to start

    Chew the mintie please don't think I'm being rude or having a go at you, but please do a bit of research into using a baby bjorn and other similar carriers. These are sub optimal for both bub and you. Sorry OP for straying off topic!

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    Pixie I have done a lot. I used a Bjorn for 3 babies but had to stop using it around 4 mths each time due to back pain. Only the forwards facings position has any legitimate grounds for concern for babies and I find it a bit irritating and misleading when people say its bad for babies.

    The ergo is much better on the back but completely useles as my baby doesn't fit in it. I wish I hadn't given away my Bjorn before having my current baby.


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