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Old 05-07-2013, 09:04 AM   #1
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Carriers for Trip

We will be attending Creation East, a Christian music festival, this year at the end of June in PA. DD will be 19.5 months old. She is currently 20lb and 30in. The mei tai I made seems to be not as supportive for her long term. It's great for the short 20min-1 hours walks I use it for. I will have her in a carrier most of the 4 days when we are watching concerts. Any suggestions? I want something to help shield her from the sun, quick to put on and take off, and it has to be easy on the back. I am a big chested lady (34I/J), too.

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Aww I haven't been to creation since I was a teen!
What mei tai do you have? My kozy is supportive for hours with my 11 mo old 20lber or my 3 yr old 30lber.

For me, I would take my half buckle bamberoo bc it has a Solarveil panel for coolness. Plus it has a Solarveil hood.

But a buckle carrier would be good for back carries too. If you like woven wraps, they are super supportive and you can use it for a blanket to sit on or sunshade as well.

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