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    Sleuth is offline Registered User
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    And the Mayawrap doesn't have to be worn on the chest. You can sling to the side and back which should help keep back pain at bay.

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    hi i'm thinking of buying a ergo carrier does anyone have one and would recomend it , i have heard it's a good one for your back ?

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    hi i'm also thinking of buy a quinny buzz does anyone have any thoughts on this is it easy to use around hong kong ?

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    I have the Ergo carrier as well as a Hot Sling.

    I use the Ergo if i'm going to be out longer than a few hours because i can put baby on my back and it's adjustable so me and hubby can take turns. If i'm running around for a quick errand then i use the hot sling. i find the sling really easy to get baby in and out of, not as hot as the ergo in this weather, great for taxi, but my shoulder will hurt if i use it for longer than 2-3hrs without a break.

    My baby is now 8mths and 19lbs. I don't know how much longer I will be using it for, probably only another 3-5lbs...not sure how old mm will be then...

    http://www.hotslings.com/s.nl/it.I/id.5/.f
    http://www.ergobabycarrier.com/instructions.html

    Hope this helps!

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    I have an ergo,hotsling and mayawrap.I agree with the above post.I think the ergo is the best buy as it lasts so long.My almost 2.5yr old also "rides" in it and loves it and the weight is evenly distributed.Company who distributed them based in Macao also offer great service.

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    lisajbrook is offline Registered User
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    thanks for your help/advice.....

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    Hello, in case anyone on this thread has a hot sling to let go of, I'm keen to purchase. I should be a size 2 or 3. Many thanks!

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