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Old 03-27-2013, 10:51 PM   #11
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Re: Mei tai

Well, if that's the case then you might want to try an Ergo or an Action Baby Carrier. If you like buckle carriers there are lots of options that distribute baby's weight better than a snugli. You can find used Ergos on FSOT here for $50-55 here, or new clearanced ABCs at shops online for around $65. A mei tai would also be a nice option. If there's a babywearing group in your area, they are a great way to learn about and try different carriers before you buy one.


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Old 03-27-2013, 11:13 PM   #12
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The Snugli is HORRIBLY uncomfortable- don't let that experience shoo you away from carriers. There are really nice ones available (I'm still trying to figure out which one I want myself!)
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I would 100% recommend a Mei Tai! Specifically a wrap conversion mei tai. I personally love the wrap straps but its super fast and easy to put on. It's also super comfy!
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Have you tried a babyhawk mt? Wondering how it compares to the didyTai?
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