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    After reading reviews of every carrier I could think of (including some of the above mentioned) I decided to get a Beco Gemini. I love it. I keep it in the car for when DD & I duck out to the shops or somewhere. It's easy to get on & off, comfy & supportive for bub and I can wear it for a few hours without getting sore. DD goes to sleep easily in it as well

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    I have a Beco Gemini and love it. I can wear it for hours without any discomfort, its super easy to put on and best of all DD loves it.

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    Thank you lovely ladies

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    I love my manduca too. So easy to use and very comfortable to wear. I can still put my 2 year old in it on my back and he's not exactly a small kid!

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    Ergo...most comfortable carrier I've used

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    I'm considering buying the new ergo baby wrap. Has anyone tried it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    I have a mini monkey baby carrier (not sling) it's like the ergo but cheaper and you don't need a newborn insert I love itAttachment 51486


    Love DD and DS with all my heart and more x
    BTW did you know that there's a recall on these carriers? You may want to check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaraB View Post
    I'm considering buying the new ergo baby wrap. Has anyone tried it?
    I haven't but my friend was a tester and said it was amazing. Really soft, but the fabric meant you could carry a larger child which is different to a Hug A Bub because of the jersey stretch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IslandPrincess View Post
    BTW did you know that there's a recall on these carriers? You may want to check it out.
    I checked the recall site earlier couldn't find it please send me the link


    Love DD and DS with all my heart and more x

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    Quote Originally Posted by IslandPrincess View Post
    BTW did you know that there's a recall on these carriers? You may want to check it out.
    Just checked again and found it thank you so much for pointing that out I'll be contacting the company in the morning! My local baby store that I visit regularly should have known this.


    Love DD and DS with all my heart and more x


 

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