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    Ladies who baby wear on public transport, what is your carrier of choice?

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    At the moment I'm mainly using my ergo as its supportive enough to leave my hands free to push the pushchair with my toddler on the bus as well. Also baby is small enough for front carry as once they are on the back it's a bit harder on public transport I think as I can at least lean or sit down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    Ladies who baby wear on public transport, what is your carrier of choice?
    I don't do much public transport at home but do when we travel - mostly use Tula, so we can swap between husband and I, or easily get baby in/out of carrier/pram depending on whether the toddler wants to walk or sit in the pram.

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    I front carry on the bus. DD is 10.5 months and 7.7kgs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    Ladies who baby wear on public transport, what is your carrier of choice?
    Ergo on the front for bus or train- wrapped on my back for long walks, markets or if I'll be in the shops for a long time.

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    Last week I used a wrap but she wriggled up when I was sitting down. This week I'm using the RS. Seems to be going ok but it feels funny as I'm used to her being in the wrap and everything being straight and even.

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    Can anyone help out?1441747756908.jpg

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    Do you know where the drop offs are?

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    Here's the link. It's got drop off details and FAQ's regarding the initiative. Thanks for showing interest ☺
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    whats a good starter wrap? the price isn't a big deal - i just want one that I don't have to break in? one that comes ready to use with a newborn?? suggestions on brands?


 

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