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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Ok baby wearing mummy experts... I need help! I have an Ergo which I used heaps and heaps when DS was a little bigger. DH also really likes using the Ergo. What I need for new belly bub is a carrier for when she is little - seeming as I have a toddler that I will need to chase everywhere. Something that maybe I can feed on the go? I am not sure if I want a wrap or ring sling. Help!?! (Links for me to check out are encouraged)
    I have the same dilemma. I've decided to buy a woven wrap, and I already own a stretchy wrap. I decided against a ring sling as it sits on one shoulder, it can get uncomfortable after wearing for a while. I went to my local babywearing meeting and chatted to the ladies there which helped amazingly! Another option could be a different structured carrier (like the ergo), but one that comeswith an inbuilt newborn harness. I think the manduca does? Could be wrong. See if you have a local meet, helped me so much! Even just to understand different wrap lengths, and features of ring slings! Be warned though, the variety of wraps and slings is phenomenal, and I've started dreaming about pretty patterns! I'm still considering buying a ring sling for short trips to the shop etc. where I don't want the hassle of wrapping.
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    Good advice there. I too recommend going to a meet. You can try a few different styles and see what you like. My bub hated the RS as a newbie, I'll be trying it out again soon now that he's older. He loved the stretchie though, and so did I. It was quick and easy to use, and folded up really small. Ours is a Chekoh. Perfect for beginners.
    @Mamasupial OMG Freya Pellicano?! So beautiful

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    @Mamasupial, are two of your wraps called Freya? And why are you selling? Just out of curiosity 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad84 View Post
    @Mamasupial, are two of your wraps called Freya? And why are you selling? Just out of curiosity 😊
    Lol yes. Selling cause I already have another wrap, Tula and two RS. I really don't need so many.

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    @Mamasupial, that sounds like a good collection! Any pics of the ones you're keeping? I'm really hoping my belly baby likes being worn so I can justify more pretty things. I'm sticking to one wrap until I know!

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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1457299031.920100.jpg Pellicano moyo

    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1457299059.169223.jpg Tula (which I don't use, DP does)

    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1457299092.769501.jpg oscha roses eyebright RS (my fave)

    Other is a purple stretchy.

    And I'm waiting for this to arrive...ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1457299962.745584.jpg

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    Oh I like the pellicano moyo! And I'm not really a rainbow person! Your DD looks very content in all of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad84 View Post
    Oh I like the pellicano moyo! And I'm not really a rainbow person! Your DD looks very content in all of them.
    Yea she loves being worn. I'm sad that I'm going to have to stop wearing until Bub is born. My pelvis just can't take it.

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    In case anyone was interested I ended up buying a Chekoh wrap carrier. It's relatively light weight which is what we wanted given how stinking humid it is up here. 10 day old DS2 approves and was very happy to be carried around the shopping centre and sleep through lunch yesterday. He was not so happy when I had to unwrap him to put him in the car though!

    I really like their new prints, one of which is pictured above.

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    Love Chekoh's! I was devastated when Ds2 grew out of his. The pattern is beautiful

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