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I'm also not a slings expert but I still carry my 21month old Isabelle in my Mei Tai and I LOVE it!!
Suzanne - what do you hate about your pouch? I was thinking they look simpler than a ring-sling for bf the baby in for "next time"...
muddypawsk wrote:I've just found these slings and am seriously considering one. They are available for rental from Rumplebums too Suzanne....thinking of doing that first.
I love the idea and look of the MeiTai but just think I would get on better with the buckles.
WeeNotions wrote:...Plus they fit anyone, my fella and I can both use the same one and no need to adjust it first
elfin wrote:Was about to post my own introduction, but thought I'd jump in and say hi Katherin .
I was desperately tying to remember who had recommended the bargain Fluff and Stuff a few weeks back & now I know! It's fab so thank you . I've just been in touch with Debbie about getting a few more as they're without a doubt our best fitting and most reliable night nappy. Which two are you waiting on?
Re slings, I can also recommend a Mei Tai. I've also got an Ergo, but I find the Mei Tai far more comfortable and easy to use. Mine's a Cwtshi http://www.cwtshi.com. Sadly our slinging days are all but over now. Ãƒâ€°ile only weighs 24lbs, but I'm only little and anyway she's not particularly happy being carried for any length of time . Hope Murray's more co-operative .