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    She's still so light so you'd have a few options but if you want something really supportive go for 100% cotton but a higher gsm probably around the 280-320gsm mark 😊😊

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    My DS is 13kg at 20 months old and in a higher gsm all cotton wrap I still find single layer carries comfortable

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    I ended up with cotton. I got an oscha roses.

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    Very nice 😊 oscha cotton is lovely

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    It's soooo soft selling my lennylamb now lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackDiamond View Post
    What style of carry do you use? I'm pretty simple, ruck or double hammock. But I just cannot get it comfortable for long periods! It probably doesn't help that dd is a worm.
    I only know ruck. I'd love to master a DH but it's not working out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wissa View Post
    Thanks for that. I'll have a look at some.

    Would a Tula be suitable do you think?
    Hey!

    I carry Miss 26 months in a Tula. She is 11.5ishkg. She can still get in a standard but we have just borrowed a friends toddler to check sizing and I find it so much more comfy. I'm also 25.5 weeks pregnant and still find a back carry in the toddler reasonably comfy!

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    Those that use tulas, what do you pay for suck pads? I've just started making them. I was thinking $25 for curved and $30 for curved with ruffles. Is that reasonable?

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    Im a tula wearer! That's a reasonable price (:

    And they look great

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