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    Quote Originally Posted by just her chameleon View Post
    There's a bit of tula-craziness in the Australian baby wearing scene at the moment! I bought my tula brand new for $169 and the following week someone was selling exactly the same one for $230. I couldn't believe it, very cheeky!
    Wow, I take it it's a canvas? That's ridiculous! Some of the prints are getting really sought after! I can understand the wrap conversions being pricey though.
    I'm in a tula fb group, some people have dozens! Crazy! That said I've seen second had ones in great condition go for between $100-120.

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    Wow thanks for that. Off to search secondhand ones. .....
    Though is dd too tiny for tula toddler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    Wow thanks for that. Off to search secondhand ones. .....
    Though is dd too tiny for tula toddler?

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    I know a few people who've gotten ages out of their standard size ones- they have smaller bubs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Wow, I take it it's a canvas? That's ridiculous! Some of the prints are getting really sought after! I can understand the wrap conversions being pricey though.
    I'm in a tula fb group, some people have dozens! Crazy! That said I've seen second had ones in great condition go for between $100-120.
    Yep, the pink zig zag one I wear my two boys in it lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    Wow thanks for that. Off to search secondhand ones. .....
    Though is dd too tiny for tula toddler?

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    How big is she? My DS2 (11.5 months) was no longer knee to knee in my ergo which is why I started searching for a better alternative. He probably would have for the standard size but I also wanted the option to wear DS1 (2yrs 4 months) so I opted for the toddler size as DS1 is the size of a 3-4 year old. He's a tank lol

    DS2 is average size, and the toddler fits him really well. I was a bit worried he would get lost in it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by just her chameleon View Post
    Yep, the pink zig zag one I wear my two boys in it lol
    Oh the chevron? Nice! I have the waves pattern for Dd

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    Quote Originally Posted by just her chameleon View Post
    How big is she? My DS2 (11.5 months) was no longer knee to knee in my ergo which is why I started searching for a better alternative. He probably would have for the standard size but I also wanted the option to wear DS1 (2yrs 4 months) so I opted for the toddler size as DS1 is the size of a 3-4 year old. He's a tank lol

    DS2 is average size, and the toddler fits him really well. I was a bit worried he would get lost in it!
    Dd is 19 months old, 12kg and I got the toddler mainly because I want to use it for a couple of years yet. I find it much more comfortable than the ergo. Still love my ring slings for quick trips but she's too big to be in them for longer carries.

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    Toddler Tula all the way from 18ish months+ and standard before that. Provides exceptional knee to knee and perfect M shape positioning and is amazingly comfy (I've tried a lot of SSCs) There's a local FB group called Aussie Tula Love and there was a canvas on there the other day that sold for 140. Here's a pic of Tula v Boba v Ergo and there's a great blog here showing the differences with a pic by pic comparison from different angles

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    sushibeesimplebabywearingstore

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    She is 8.5kgs.... probably won't be even 9kgs by b the time she's 2... She'll always be tiny! At 17 months she can still wear 00!! I just can't afford much right now. Feeling a bit dumb I sold my ergo now when we were desperate. .. now I realisehow much I used it.

    I'm definitely interested in the tula (after googling)... I have a sling too but it's not good or comfy for long walks.

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    Tula for a 17 month old (standard). It's bigger than the Manduca and ergo so it'll last longer. I've used both the Manduca and Tula and while I loved both, I'd buy the Tula again. We're buying a toddler Attila soon too.


 

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