Hi. I've heard that there are groups where I can borrow a baby carrier to see if my bub likes it? I've googled and can't find anything like that. Am I imagining that I can do this without buying one first? A link to somewhere might be good!!
Ps I have a sling but am interested in an ergo now that my bub is getting bigger but they are expensive to buy especially if she hates it!
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02-03-2013 17:09 #1
Borrow a baby carrier
02-03-2013 17:18 #2
I'm on the gold coast. I can hire one somewhere?
02-03-2013 17:21 #3
Try Hire for Baby?
02-03-2013 17:23 #4
I've got an ergo if you want to have a go with it. My DS doesn't like it he's too wormy. I'm on the GC too. Send me a PM if you're interested.
02-03-2013 17:25 #5
Thanks ladies. I just found that hire for baby have carriers just not sure if they have an ergo. But I hired my pump from them so I will check it out on Monday.
I don't know if bub will like it to be honest. She doesn't like the sling much.
Thanks bubs n roses I will pm you.
02-03-2013 17:40 #6
Thanks missie_mack! You are always so helpful to me!!
02-03-2013 18:42 #7
Tammy, if you find one let me know!
Nevermind just read the replies properly where is hire for baby?
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02-03-2013 18:55 #8
There's ahire for baby at varsity lakes. They are really great.
02-03-2013 19:04 #9
Search fb for "gold coast attachment parenting" and there's a group (it's the only one that comes up) that are really friendly and supportive - if you joined up and came to meets I'm sure someone would lend or let you play with any of their carriers.
Otherwise I'm I'm Southport, I have an ergo sport if you just wanted to play with it try it on etc. Though I still use it so not willing to part with it. Otherwise I have a carrier that's for a small baby - it is a "crotch dangler" though - that I'd happily give away as it needs a home and I cbfed selling it.
02-03-2013 19:05 #10
There's a few facebook groups - brissy meets happen all over at least once a week where you can go & meet other Mummas & try various wraps etc.
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