[Parentsgroup-list] Re: Parentsgroup-list Digest, Vol 226, Issue 1

allison ohle allisonohle at gmail.com
Mon Mar 10 17:05:07 EDT 2008

I can't recommend the Ultimate Baby Carrier highly enough.  I loved that
thing, and so did our son.  It's stretchy, easy, comfy, and easily stuffs in
a bag.

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> From: "Julianna Kershen" <julianna.kershen at gmail.com>
> Subject: [Parentsgroup-list] Re: babywearing
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> Hi Marna,
> I loved wearing Lucy in a ouch while she was little (up until about 4-5
> mos).  She could nurse and sleep.  I could do thing with 2 hands, and I
> could slide her off and she'd stay asleep nestled in the sling.  I still
> use
> it for short trips -- to and from car -- etc.  I can often be seen wearing
> it around like a goofy outfit because I have forgotten to take it off.
> However she is really too heavy now to wear for long in it.  I also have 2
> ring slings, which were nice for nursing b/c of the adjustability, though
> I
> liked my pouch better generally.  Now I have a Babyhawk mei tai which I
> like
> a lot.  I can wear her on front (facing in), back, or hip.  It is very
> comfortable and distributes the weight across the back, shoulders, and
> hips.  I decided to go with the Babyhawk instead of an Ergo b/c of the
> flexibility of the sizing (anyone could fit my Babyhawk without a lot of
> messing with tabs) and the sort of organic feel to my body.   You can
> order
> the Babyhawks custom made on their website which is what I did.  Like Joy
> said they are expensive (around $110).  I would also look at the Ten Toes
> Click which I really liked, similar, but no ties, yet less convoluted than
> the Ergo,  Look at the Beco as well, I liked that one, too.
> I plan on wearing Lucy for years, so I wanted carriers that would grow
> with
> us (including through another -- hopefully -- pregnancy).
> There are Boston Babywearer  meetings once  a month and I recommend going
> and trying on them all on.
> I live in JP if you wanted to come by and try mine on.
> Cheers! Julianna
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