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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 it's on an older batch mines a from a newer batch any purchased from now onwards would be safe as the problems been fixed


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    Has anyone tried both a hugabub and the new ergo baby wrap - I'm not sure on the difference between them is and I can't find any reviews comparing them.

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    No difference as far as I know and I'm always harassing my local baby store for info haha I loved my hug-a-bub wrap!

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    Can anyone tell me which is overall more comfortable and easier to get baby into and out of- an Ergo or a wrap type of carrier?

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    Ring sling for newborn and than the ergo

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaraB View Post
    Can anyone tell me which is overall more comfortable and easier to get baby into and out of- an Ergo or a wrap type of carrier?
    Ergo for sure, I have used stretch and woven wraps and ring slings.

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    +1 for the Ergo. I have the infant insert aswell for when DD was a teeny newborn and she would fall asleep as soon as she was put in it.
    It's super easy to put on and fast, which is what I wanted.

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    Thanks so much ladies

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    Ergo or carriers like it are definitely 100% easier than a wrap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    Just checked again and it's on an older batch mines a from a newer batch any purchased from now onwards would be safe as the problems been fixed


    Love DD and DS with all my heart and more x
    Oh awesome! Thanks good news at least!


 

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