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    Quote Originally Posted by KaraB View Post
    Can anyone tell me which is overall more comfortable and easier to get baby into and out of- an Ergo or a wrap type of carrier?
    Apparently it's the fabric that's different - it's called a Hybrid Stretchy wrap (whereas the HAB is just a normal jersey stretchy). So you can carry a toddler and do back carries - so very different cause you can't do back carries in a stretchy.

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    I found my Tula a lot more comfy than my ergo, especially for back carries. Personal preference really. There are baby wearing Facebook groups and there may be one in your local area where you could got try a few different types if carriers/wraps

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    Love my Manduca and wovens. Both are handy for different things. I only every wrapped until DS was 6 months. I didn't like using the Manduca while he was a little bub. A RS is also handy for quick trips to the shop etc.


 

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