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    I like my ergo but I don't love it like other people do.

    Ds1 loved it, ds2 hated it from a very very early age.

    I still prefer the ergo over other carriers though.

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    I love our Ergo which DD used non stop for nearly the whole first year of her life. It wasn't ideal when she was a newborn though even with the infant insert. For our next, I will probably get a sling for the first couple of months then switch to Ergo.

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    I recently purchases an ergo... It's ok but I hate the muffin top it gives me (vein I know)

    I also have a hug a bub, ring sling and close caboo. The caboo is by far my favourite!!! The ring sling is great for ducking into the shops quickly too

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    I should also add that I borrowed Baby Bjorns when my first two were little but I found the use out of them was limited - the way their legs dangled when they grew bigger impeded me going up and down stairs so I had to stop using them sooner than intended. However if I was taller this wouldn't have been a problem.

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    I love the Ergo. I never bothered with the insert, just used a homemade baby wrap in the early days, then when he got a bit bigger I froggied his legs in the Ergo. The Ergo Sport is nice and breathable.

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    Thanks so much everyone for your replies.
    I will be making a trip to the shops in the next couple weeks and will try bub in them. Im assuming the sales people will actually allow me to try them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2giraffes View Post
    Thanks so much everyone for your replies.
    I will be making a trip to the shops in the next couple weeks and will try bub in them. Im assuming the sales people will actually allow me to try them out.
    I did! The sales people were very helpful. I put bub in them and walked around. Good luck!!

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    I love my Ergo sport but recently bought a Pognae carrier. It's a Korean design very similar to the Ergo but it has a zippered panel that rolls down and there is mesh inside to make it cooler. It's just as comfy as the Ergo and very pretty designs. And cheaper, too!

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