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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoghurt View Post
    Thank you all so much!! Ive looked at the brands you've all suggested and i am feeling very relieved! I didn't realise what i was looking at before were fancy pants limited editions, so they were like $600. I thought it just didn't seem right.
    I've seen quite a few beautiful wraps MUCH cheaper now. ������
    Im thinking of starting with a hug a bub cos they look quite simple and squishy and then trying some of the others suggested.
    Thank you all again so much. I clearly have a lot to learn about it all
    Keep in mind a hugabub has a weight limit on it because it's a stretchy wrap. So it's awesome when they're a newborn but they become a pain quickly because they sag so much

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    @Anjalee I'm hoping to get at least a month out of it, do you think thats doable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoghurt View Post
    @Anjalee I'm hoping to get at least a month out of it, do you think thats doable?
    Oh yeah totally! I had my small DD in it at 8months for small stints when desperate haha. Just in case you didn't want to be buying a million different wraps I thought I'd let you know x although it gets addictive

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    Actually I see @rosey82 has said 3 months or so.
    I figured it might be a good cheapie to practice with in early dayss before getting any more 😊
    Ive seen quite a few under $50

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    Haha yes i can definitely see how its addictive.. im already making a little list in my head of the ones I'd like.. so many pretties to choose from....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoghurt View Post
    Haha yes i can definitely see how its addictive.. im already making a little list in my head of the ones I'd like.. so many pretties to choose from....
    Just wait until you start dreaming about the pretties! It's a slippery slope...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad84 View Post
    Just wait until you start dreaming about the pretties! It's a slippery slope...
    Arhh this is me!! How sad my life has become!

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    Hug a bubs are fab for the first few months, then you could always resell it on too and put that towards another wrap.

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    It begins.. 😈

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    Lol I started out thinking I'd get 1 carrier to last all the way through, 2 years later I've got a stretchy wrap, woven wraps, multiple buckle carriers, ring sling. They are so pretty!
    You can make a stretchy wrap from a length of jersey fabric from spotlight, no sewing required. Would be cheaper still than buying secondhand - lots of YouTube tutorials out there.


 

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