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    Quote Originally Posted by Renaution View Post
    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?
    I just sold my Didymos Lisca, that was heaven straight out of the box.

    Alternatively, you could get a second hand one - that eliminates the break in process!

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    I've been missing for a while now haha what does everybody have in their stashes? I'm about to add a Pavo Gotham violet sky and a beautiful Turkish towel handwoven 😊

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    I just added a grey zig zag Tula to my previously very sad stash (just a cheap ring sling) now on the hunt for a wrap, just not sure on which is easiest and best for a newborn.. Any suggestions?

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    Just ordered my first woven wrap!! We've been using an ergo since dd was born, but I though if branch out. I just got a cotton one of eBay to see if I find it comfortable/don't get overwhelmed with fabric.
    Can anyone recommend a good blog/vlog for learning the different carries?

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    My stash now consists of a stretchy, size 7 woven, size 4 pellicano, ring sling an a new Tula. I sold my midnight garden and got the carousel one.

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    Does anyone carry their toddler?

    We are heading to Fiji in November and I am thinking it would be easy for the airport.

    We live rural as well so take a lot of domestic flights and it's a punish getting on and off those little planes with a baby on my hip and a bag!!

    Would love some advice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wissa View Post
    Does anyone carry their toddler?

    We are heading to Fiji in November and I am thinking it would be easy for the airport.

    We live rural as well so take a lot of domestic flights and it's a punish getting on and off those little planes with a baby on my hip and a bag!!

    Would love some advice!
    You'll need to remove your toddler at each security screening point, and put the carrier through the scanner, but other than that it's handy.

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    I've bought a flytai for belly bub and a new stretchy. Also sold my hot air balloon Tula for a willow. Now selling my first mei tai to help fund the flytai

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wissa View Post
    Does anyone carry their toddler?

    We are heading to Fiji in November and I am thinking it would be easy for the airport.

    We live rural as well so take a lot of domestic flights and it's a punish getting on and off those little planes with a baby on my hip and a bag!!

    Would love some advice!
    I still carry my 14 month old every day, and plan to for a while yet. We travel a few times a year and a ring sling is my go-to travel carrier. As Hamilicious said, you'll need to take them out for security screening, takeoff, landing, whenever the seatbelt sign is on. So something that's easy to get on and off, and isn't too bulky so you can keep comfortably wearing it while your LO isn't in it. And the tail of a sling can double as a blanket or be scrunched into a pillow

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    Thanks for that. I'll have a look at some.

    Would a Tula be suitable do you think?


 

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