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Baby wearing toddlers

(10 Posts)
Aquariusgirl86 Tue 19-Nov-13 09:13:41

I don't know where to start looking for a good carrier for a toddler? Dcs are 30months and 15 months......both 25-30lb. Help?!

hettienne Tue 19-Nov-13 09:19:39

Have a look at the R&R carriers - they do a pre-school carrier (which is huge) and an inbetween size toddler carrier. I had the toddler carrier and used it from 20months to 3 years. My small 3.5 year old would probably still fit but I haven't used it for a few months due to pregnancy.

Aquariusgirl86 Tue 19-Nov-13 10:28:55

Thanks I'll have a look. My massive 15 month old isn't far off the size of my average 2.5 year old as the "little one" is on the 98th centile... So probably looking more to accommodate a 2.5 year old
Thanks I'll have a look grin

MigGril Tue 19-Nov-13 10:31:49

Tula toddler, is the most comfortable sling I've had. DS is a slightlylarger then average 3 year old and its still comfy for me to carry him in my tula.

Aquariusgirl86 Tue 19-Nov-13 10:43:20

Thanks I'll have a look at that too

LlamaLover Mon 16-Dec-13 11:25:16

Toddler Tula would fit both kids and is by far the comfiest carrier I've ever tried.

I love my toddler tula, I reckon it will fit DS until he can walk everywhere.

I'd also like to try a kinderpack as they do a pre-school size and I've heard really good things about it, they are not as easy to order though.

Connecta also do a toddler size which is good too, the benefit of that is that it folds up really small as the waist band is less padded.

Beetlelove Sat 04-Jan-14 20:27:16

I've got the preschool r&r and I love it. Bought it when little man was 2.5 and still use occasionally at 3.2. It's really comfy x

CMOTDibbler Sat 04-Jan-14 20:31:02

I had a ToddlerHawk MT, and then a wrap conversion half buckle Dreamcarrier in preschool size. When ds (who has always been on 98% for height and weight) was 3 you really started to feel the difference in the support of the dreamcarrier. I loved it, and it looked amazing

shuckleberryfinn Sat 04-Jan-14 20:33:20

I've carried a very tall 7 year old in a kinder pack. My poor thighs ;)

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