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    Quote Originally Posted by Wissa View Post
    Thanks for that. I'll have a look at some.

    Would a Tula be suitable do you think?
    I still carry my 19mth old dd in a standard Tula. I think a buckle carrier would be perfect for you. So quick and easy to get on, comfortable to sit in while still wearing and can carry front or back easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackDiamond View Post
    I still carry my 19mth old dd in a standard Tula. I think a buckle carrier would be perfect for you. So quick and easy to get on, comfortable to sit in while still wearing and can carry front or back easily.
    Can I ask what your DD weighs for you to still be carrying at 19mths? That's so impressive

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    Can I ask what your DD weighs for you to still be carrying at 19mths? That's so impressive
    She's only about 11.5kgs 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackDiamond View Post
    She's only about 11.5kgs 😊
    Doesn't your back hurt?? Genuine question.

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    If I wrap her, yes. In the Tula, no. I wore her for 2hrs on Sunday without any dramas.

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    I still wrap DS1 at 20kgs. It's easier to carry him like that because the weight it distributed evenly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackDiamond View Post
    I still carry my 19mth old dd in a standard Tula. I think a buckle carrier would be perfect for you. So quick and easy to get on, comfortable to sit in while still wearing and can carry front or back easily.
    Thank you!

    My DD is 20 months and only about 11kgs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    I still wrap DS1 at 20kgs. It's easier to carry him like that because the weight it distributed evenly.
    What style of carry do you use? I'm pretty simple, ruck or double hammock. But I just cannot get it comfortable for long periods! It probably doesn't help that dd is a worm.

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    We just got this it's absolutely lovely to wrap with DS is 20 months we still love wearing

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    Ohhh nice!! I'm wanting another RS... Or a size 2 to use a robozo. But something that's kind of cool for summer but supportive as DD is 12 months in a few days and 8kgs.


 

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