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    Oh i love it! Sooo pretty!! Just a tip drag it down over your shoulder a bit more otherwise you might get a sore neck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjk View Post
    Mind if I join in? I've been BW DS since 3 weeks old in a hugabub. He's a year in a few weeks and I've got a Catbird Baby Mei Tai, Ergo Sport I never use, Standard Hummingbirds Tula, Breeze Baby Ring Sling and a Tula Migaloo Happy Ring Sling. Would love to try and Angelpack but will probably buy a toddler Tula once I find a print I'm absolutely in love with for when DS is older.

    Off to Singapore in May and will take the Tula and BB RS but I think I want to buy another ring sling as well - maybe in linen that should be coolest right?
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    I used to have an angelpack. I didn't find it as comfortable as my tula though. Linen is great for warmer weather but very thick until it is broken in. My cotton/linen rs is only just starting to get super floppy and soft- i use it with a toddler too!

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    Definitely buy second hand and make sure it's already broken in love your ring sling!!! It's so pretty they can be a bit difficult everything in babywearing takes a little practice even ssc's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    Attachment 68876 Here it is! Ring slings are hard...
    You are a brissie girl aren't you? If you want to catch up one day I can give you a RS demo. Hated mine when I got it, love it to pieces now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    You are a brissie girl aren't you? If you want to catch up one day I can give you a RS demo. Hated mine when I got it, love it to pieces now!
    Yea I am. I work 5 days a week and don't drive so it would most likely be a pain to organise lol

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    Pretty! Are you getting accessories for it?

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    I've been thinking about a didymos Indio sole since it's super thin but I don't know if it would be diggy with my soon to be toddler :/

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    Indios are actually really supportive even in just cotton or a lighter gsm

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