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    I'd just browse and find one that you think is pretty

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    So I've started to get pain in my pelvis/pubic area. Do you think it's just pregnancy related or because I'm still wearing my 16mo in a RS every day. I'm only 13 weeks.

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    I had this on and off and my obgyn says its normal I am 18 weeks and had it around 11-15 weeks on and off

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    Oh and I am not caring for other kids

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    So I've started to get pain in my pelvis/pubic area. Do you think it's just pregnancy related or because I'm still wearing my 16mo in a RS every day. I'm only 13 weeks.
    A bit of both - I still have pelvis ligament problems from pregnancy and am starting to get worse pain in both the pubic symphysis joint and the sacroiliac joints around the back again as DS gets bigger (he's about 12kg and we use a RS almost every day).
    Keep an eye on it and see it a physio if it gets worse, because pelvic joint pain sucks!!
    Can you switch over to a 2 shouldered carrier instead? I know this is what I should do but the RS is just so easy :P

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    I find the RS feels better sitting on the bus.

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    I haven't dropped in for a while lol. Our wearing journey has almost come to an end now that Mr is 2. He is a very independent little boy and much prefers to walk or use the pram. We still have a wrap , our legacy rs and our Dino's toddler tula. He hasn't been up in weeks but I think I'll take him for a walk tomorrow morning in the tula. Really missing those baby snuggles haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    I haven't dropped in for a while lol. Our wearing journey has almost come to an end now that Mr is 2. He is a very independent little boy and much prefers to walk or use the pram. We still have a wrap , our legacy rs and our Dino's toddler tula. He hasn't been up in weeks but I think I'll take him for a walk tomorrow morning in the tula. Really missing those baby snuggles haha
    If you want to destash the Tula let me know, I'm looking for that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    I haven't dropped in for a while lol. Our wearing journey has almost come to an end now that Mr is 2. He is a very independent little boy and much prefers to walk or use the pram. We still have a wrap , our legacy rs and our Dino's toddler tula. He hasn't been up in weeks but I think I'll take him for a walk tomorrow morning in the tula. Really missing those baby snuggles haha
    Naww... Possum just started walking. I'm dreading her not wanting to be worn. Lucky I'm pregnant lol

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    No worries @amyd if your on the main bss page on facebook I'll be listing it soon more than happy to let you know when I do 😊 most likely Tuesday night. That's lucky @Mamasupial 😊

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