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easy to use sling/carrier?

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UptownFunk00 Sun 27-Mar-16 17:00:14

I have a 6 week old DD who likes to be carried a lot. I want to get a sling/carrier for her but don't know which one is the best in most peoples opinions - after all reviews differ so much.

What do you recommend?

Preferably one that is easy to put on, as don't want to have to get another adult to help me!

thecrab Wed 06-Apr-16 20:56:28

I am massively into wrapping it's a bit fiddly at first but once you get the hang of it some carries are really quick to achieve. It's rather addictive too! With a small baby start with a stretchy wrap (£25 on amazon?) then when baby is older move onto woven wraps. There are loads of great tutorials on YouTube which really help.

Hufflepuffin Thu 14-Apr-16 13:59:04

I love the boba 4g! At that age you can put it on and then slip them in from the top (then tighten the straps). There is a buckle to do up behind your neck but I've never had a problem with it and there is a way to do it before putting the baby in - lots of vids on YouTube.

goodenoughmum88 Thu 14-Apr-16 14:03:23

Can you get to a sling library? It's such an individual thing spending on your build etc. and could save you money in a try before you buy way as slings can be expensive!
Mine went in a caboo wrap when little and now in an ergo 360 which lasts aaaaages and has multiple ways to carry depending on size/activity. I found them both easy to use once I'd practiced a few times. X

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