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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    I'd try a soft structured carrier- ergo, manduca the tula baby one mentioned above looks good too

    Wraps are great too but they can be very temperamental and $ try a carrier and see how you go imo.
    This. Some places have a carrier library that you can borrow carriers. Also make sure you get someone in the know to help fit you and bub in to it. You need to be sure bub is against your torso not sitting down away from your body in a pouch formed by the carrier not being properly adjusted.

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    Thanks callmedragon22, good call on the fakes


 

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