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    Oh and if you're after an ergonomic hip friendly carrier, go Ergobaby 360. It is the best as it not is safe for growing hips, it actually holds them in optimal position to grow correctly. I have one and love it - it's easy on my back too as it has a hip harness. And my baby is huge! Happy shopping!

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    I've got the ergo original and did post recently wondering if I should upgrade to 360. Think it's a bit unnecessary but I do like them!!

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    I think the original is still fine for hips but doesn't have as many position options?

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    The only one you can't do is facing out. You can still do front back and hip positions.

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    i always used a large muslin and only wrapped the arms,
    tightly swaddling the legs can result in hip problems


    I would never put my kids in any swaddle Ive seen on the market so far

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    Highly recommend a Zipadeezip. Bub can move legs freely including froggy position and can safely roll back and forth. DD was an early roller so quickly had to stop the muslin wraps and this was a life saver. Wish I had found it from day one. My bub had hip dysplasia from birth so wrapped her arms normally but wrapped her legs loosely with muslin wraps.


    Also, I have an ergo original and I love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bc1984 View Post
    Highly recommend a Zipadeezip. Bub can move legs freely including froggy position and can safely roll back and forth. DD was an early roller so quickly had to stop the muslin wraps and this was a life saver. Wish I had found it from day one. My bub had hip dysplasia from birth so wrapped her arms normally but wrapped her legs loosely with muslin wraps.


    Also, I have an ergo original and I love it
    I wish I knew about these! They look so good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessbaby View Post
    I wish I knew about these! They look so good!
    they are amazing!! DD would not sleep without being wrapped and within 2 mins of this being on she was fast asleep!

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