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    What is Moby? Is it a kind of fabric? Ok, so you dont even realy have to shape the fabric like the pattern...just straight will do the thing?

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    oooooh! YOu guys are so totaly making my day! Maybe I can just cut peices of cloth, sow a pocket and a tagg on and become a MILLIONAIR!!!!!

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    A moby is just like a hug a bub
    Quote Originally Posted by Zanne View Post
    oooooh! YOu guys are so totaly making my day! Maybe I can just cut peices of cloth, sow a pocket and a tagg on and become a MILLIONAIR!!!!!

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    I've never been able to figure out why Hug A Bub carriers are so expensive. I have a Sleepy Wrap which is great and was about half the price. As far as I can tell it does the same thing

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    Default I just want to confirm that this is correct! Hug a bub

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    I've never been able to figure out why Hug A Bub carriers are so expensive. I have a Sleepy Wrap which is great and was about half the price. As far as I can tell it does the same thing
    Paying for the brand name more than likely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    Paying for the brand name more than likely.
    I disagree, I think it's a quality thing here is an example of a comparison of a few stretch wraps http://shopzerberts.blogspot.com.au/...omparison.html

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    Default I just want to confirm that this is correct! Hug a bub

    I agree it is so expensive and I tried one on and it wasn't even comfortable, although I'm only 153cm so my height made it harder! I'm getting myself a bubbamoe

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    Oooh, no...slings wont wok for me. My back is way too much of a problem. Ha comparrison is awesome, gives me a good guide of what to look forbwhen getting fabric...will try making my own or get a ergo laterbif this does not ork.

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    I agree that cotton jersey tends to sag abit with older babies. I made my wrap out of cheesecloth.

    I also had many mei tai's and yes I used them from birth, worked great, you just need to froggy their legs and pop a handtowel behind their upper back/neck for support. I did prefer the wrap for newbies though, they are so squishy to cuddle in a wrap.

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    I find the stretchy wrap does sag a little but you just have to wrap them really tight. I use it mainly around the house to put him to sleep, or for short trips. It's brilliant if we are going out to dinner late at night because he won't sleep in a pram. For more heavy duty wearing like going for a long walk, I like the Ergo. I just ordered a ring sling which I'm looking forward to using

    PP- if you get a sore back then wearing baby in a wrap shouldn't hurt you (depending on why your back is sore I guess ) because the wrap is designed to take the weight rather than your body. The Ergo is great for this, it's like not even carrying anything in there!


 

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